Formula One racing at the Nurburgring could be a casualty if the FIA decides to strip the ADAC-controlled Deutscher Motor Sport Bund E.V. (DMSB) of its position as Germany's sporting authority at a meeting scheduled to take place on October 7.
Autosport.com has learned that the FIA's sporting authority in Germany is to be discussed at an extraordinary general meeting of the FIA in Paris in October, in the wake of ADAC's decision to withdraw from all involvement with the governing body earlier this year.
ADAC has been scathing of Mosley over his involvement in a sex scandal and, following his successful vote of confidence in June, the German automobile body said it would no longer cooperate with the FIA as long as Mosley remained in power.
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