Formula One chief Mohammed ben Sulayem is ‘facing fresh allegations of sexism and bullying from a former colleague at the FIA’ after controversial remarks about women who ‘think they are smarter than men’ resurfaced earlier this year

FIA president Mohammed ben Sulayem has ‘been accused of sexist and bullying behaviour’ at motorsport’s world governing body – just two months after relinquishing hands-on control of Formula One. And now Ben Sulayem is facing fresh allegations of sexism and bullying from one of his former colleagues at the FIA, reports The Telegraph. Rao’s letter was allegedly sent to both Ben Sulayem himself and Carmelo Sanz de Barros, the president of the FIA Senate. When faced with allegations of sexism for the first time earlier this year over his controversial comments on, the FIA leapt to Ben Sulayem’s defence.

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