Max Rufus Mosley was a British racing driver, lawyer, and president of the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile, a non-profit association which represents the interests of motoring organisations and car users worldwide.
The FIA is also the governing body for Formula One and other international motorsports.
Max Mosley: What Happened, Cause Of Death, Net Worth At Time of Death
Former motor racing boss and privacy campaigner Max Mosley died of a gunshot wound in the bedroom of his London home last May after being told his cancer was terminal, an inquiry was heard on Tuesday.
His family said at the time that the 81-year-old youngest son of Oswald Mosley, a prominent British fascist of the 1930s, had died after a long battle with cancer.
British media said a remote investigation at the Westminster Coroner’s Court revealed that Mosley was informed he only had weeks to live.
Cause of Death:
Former motor racing boss and privacy campaigner Max Mosley died due to gunshot wound in the bedroom of his London home last May after being told his cancer was terminal, an inquest heard on Tuesday.
The BBC quoted coroner Fiona Wilcox as saying she was ‘satisfied’ Mosley had intended to kill himself.
Mosley became president of the International Automobile Federation (FIA), the governing body of Formula One, in 1993. He remained in this position for 16 years.
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|Date of Birth:
|Apr 13, 1940 – May 23, 2021 (81 years old)
Max Mosley Net Worth: Max Mosley was an English Formula One race car driver and businessman who had a net worth of $16 million at the time of his death in May 2021.
Max Mosley was born April 13, 1940 in London, England as the son of Sir Oswald Mosley, who was a Labor minister, and a Member of Parliament for both the Conservative and Labor parties in the 1920s.
Nationally in the UK, Mosley competed in more than 40 races in 1966 and 1967; He won 12 and set several class lap records. In 1968, he formed the London Racing Team in partnership with driver Chris Lambert to compete in European Formula Two, a level of racing just below Formula One at the time.