Trailer of documentary on former FIA president and political figure, Max Mosley, has been released which showcases the journey of the Brit.

‘Mosley’ – a documentary following the life and career of ex-FIA head and political figure, Max Mosley, has had its trailer released ahead of the World Premier in United Kingdom’s Manchester Film Festival, on March 8, 2020, at 3:15 PM local time.

The 96-minute documentary follows the journey of Mosley, whose life turned upside down due to a sex scandal in 2008. His reputation went for a toss as court cases ensued then after, which the film will depict. He was also banned to attend 2008 Bahrain GP.

Not only that, he missed several events post this in 2008, which includes Spain and Turkey, and when he returned in Monaco, a storm of controversy surrounded him. Mosley career, though, always revolved around racing, where he started out as a competitor.

But with not much success, he moved to a more team role, which he started out in 1969. From there his journey kick-started, which landed him the top FIA role in 1993. Amazingly, the Brit held on to the position for four terms, until 2009.

He wished for a fifth term but Jean Todt took his place after the F1 teams united against his re-election, owing to the controversies surrounding him, damaging the sport’s reputation. His terms, though, had a lot of troubles still, whether it was spygate or crashgate.

Looking at the documentary, Mosley, is directed by Michael Shevloff, who has previously worked on Top Gear USA, The Big Empty, and others. He is also the producer along with Paul Crowder and Alison Taupier as executives. Alexandra Orton has written it.

Being a documentary, the cast includes several F1 names like Todt, Flavio Briatore, Bernie Ecclestone, Gerhard Berger, Adam Parr and Mosley himself. The film will also be airing in Crystal Palace International Film Festival on March 15 at 7:30 PM local time.

Here’s the trailer:

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This story was co-written by Darshan Chokhani