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Former F1 boss Max Mosley shot himself after terminal cancer diagnosis

Former F1 boss Max Mosley shot himself after learning his cancer was terminal, a coroner has concluded. Mr Mosley died in his London home in May 2021. The 81-year-old had been in debilitating pain. Westminster Coroner's Court heard that he shared his plans, had a final meal with his wife...
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F1 boss Max Mosley ‘found with fatal gunshot wound after learning he had terminal cancer’

Formula 1 boss Max Mosley was found with a fatal gunshot wound to his head after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, an inquest heard today.The former president of the motorsport's governing body FIA for 16 years between 1993 and 2009 died at home in Chelsea, west London, last May, aged 81.The inquest heard that he was told he had just "weeks" to live, and that chronic bladder and bowel pain would only lessen with palliative care but could not be cured.A neighbour and his housekeeper called 999 after they discovered a note on his bedroom door, stating “do not enter,...
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F1 News: Former FIA President Max Mosley Commits Suicide After Cancer Diagnosis

Former FIA president Max Mosley has been found with a fatal gunshot wound after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. Ages 81, Mosley died at his home in Chelsea, London, after being told he only had “weeks” to live, on top of his chronic bladder and bowel pain being incurable. His PA, Henry Alexander, said the […] The post F1 News: Former FIA President Max Mosley Commits Suicide After Cancer Diagnosis appeared first on Grand Tour Nation.
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Max Mosley shot himself after learning he had just weeks to live, inquest hears

Max Mosley shot himself after being told he had just weeks to live, an inquest has heard.The former F1 boss took his own life at his London home in May 2021 after learning he likely had a “very limited life expectancy” and was in “debilitating” pain, Westminster Coroner’s Court heard on Tuesday.Evidence at the inquest revealed the 81-year-old contacted his personal assistant the night before he was found dead to tell him about his decision to kill himself.Mr Mosley could not be persuaded and had formed a “settled intent”, the court heard.He was then said to have had a last meal...
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