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If you were appointing a steward to supervise the safe and fair running of a major auto race, you'd probably appoint someone with unimpeachable credentials, right? Someone who wouldn't have, say, totaled an F1 car in a publicity stunt for the gathered press? Well, if you needed any further indication that the FIA is a bit backwards, here it is: Mohammed Bin Sulayem (pictured above, at left) was appointed official race steward for this past weekend's Turkish Grand Prix.