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F1, what happened to Michael Massey? The new role in Australia – OA Sport

Michael Massey returns to a management role in the world of motorsport after losing the direction of Formula One racing. The 44-year-old Sydney native is named after Chairman of the Super Cars Committee, The main championship of Oceania covered wheels (regular cars).

Neil Crompton, The former driver and current commentator of the popular Australian series, gives his place to a former FIA delegate who returns to the ‘Supercars’ family after working as Deputy Director in various competitions with Tim Shenkin.

Shane Howard, The CEO of ‘Supercars’ stated in a note: “I am delighted that Michael has been appointed by the committee. He must be an independent, strong and solid leader. Massey has worked closely with various teams for many years, his vast experience will be very important and I am convinced that he will be a great successor to Neil.”

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There was no shortage of comment from the person in question, excluded from the “circus” after the controversial finale of the 2021 World Cup in Abu Dhabi: “I am very proud to be invited to this position and look forward to working with key stakeholders to ensure an exciting future for our sport.”

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