Michael Masi lands his first job since his ignominious Formula One exit as former race director returns to V8 Supercars – and is hailed as ‘an independent, strong and robust leader’ despite his role in last year’s Abu Dhabi farce

Michael Masi has landed a new job following his Formula One exit with the Australian named the new chairman of the V8 Supercars Commission. Reports last month suggested the 44-year-old was in the frame to replace Neil Crompton as chair of the Supercars Commission, who ended his decade-long tenure in the role this month. ‘I am delighted the Commission has appointed Michael to this important position for the sport,’ he said. ‘The role of Commission chair needs to be an independent, strong and robust leader. ‘We welcome Michael back to the pinnacle of racing here in Australia and look forward to working closely with him in his role as chair of the Commission.’.

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