The FIA president has been locked in a dispute with the drivers' body the Grand Prix Drivers' Association, who were unhappy about recent price hikes for their mandatory credential.

Max Mosley on Monday agreed to lower the cost of formula one superlicenses.

The FIA president has been locked in a dispute with the drivers' body the Grand Prix Drivers' Association, who were unhappy about recent price hikes for their mandatory credential.

A statement released by the FIA revealed a "very positive meeting" took place on Monday between Mosley and the GPDA.

"A proposal will be made to the World Motor Sport Council to revise super licence fees for drivers in the 2010 championship," it said.

"A reduced fee would reflect the major cost reductions that will be brought into the sport for next season."

The FIA said it will meet with the GPDA "on a regular basis" from now on "to maintain what promises to be a constructive dialogue".

 

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