Former F1 driver Philippe Streiff has launched a stinging tirade against FIA president Jean Todt. Streiff, who was paralysed in a 1989 pre-season crash, triggered controversy late last year when he ...

Former F1 driver Philippe Streiff has launched a stinging tirade against FIA president Jean Todt.

Streiff, who was paralysed in a 1989 pre-season crash, triggered controversy late last year when he claimed to know details of the medical condition of the great Michael Schumacher.

Those claims were denied by Schumacher's inner circle, but now 59-year-old Streiff has turned his attention to fellow Frenchman Jules Bianchi, who is still yet to regain consciousness after his horror Suzuka crash.

French media reports quote Streiff as having told Radio Free: "Shame on Jean Todt, who ordered and organised at the last World Motor Sport Council in Doha, Qatar, the report about the accident of Jules Bianchi.

"It was a document prepared by a group of ten friends, including Professor Gerard Saillant, to clear the errors of the FIA," he charged.

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