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Mosley at Monaco’s Grand Prix
It is the most glamorous sports events of the year, held in the billionaires paradise otherwise known Monte Carlo. And it is perhaps the only place in the world you can catch some rays and watch extremely quick (and noisy) motor cars at the same time.
Which is perhaps why embattled FIA president Max Mosley decided to make his first Formula One appearance since being embroiled in a sex scandal.
The 68-year-old Englishman walked past a group of photographers and reporters and through the pit lane after coming out of the governing body's paddock office.
"I can't speak. I'm too busy," said Mosley, who was scheduled to meet with team officials during a day of practice for Sunday's GP.
Toro Rosso driver Sebastian Vettel walked alongside the group but wouldn't comment. Red Bull's Mark Webber is the only driver to have spoken out on the controversy.
"Most guys say 'no comment' because it's easier, but if someone asks you if it is good or bad, why can't you say what you think?" the Australian driver said. "He's big enough and old enough to make his own decisions for himself, and what will be will be this weekend."
Mosley has been under fire since being exposed in a British tabloid for having taken part in sex acts with five prostitutes in London, in a session the News of the World said involved a sadomasochistic, Nazi theme. It emerged Sunday that the wife of a British MI5 intelligence agent was the prostitute who sold the story.
Mosley has laid low since the Crown Prince of Bahrain asked him not to attend the Bahrain GP at the beginning of April after the scandal broke. He also missed the Spanish and Turkish GPs.
Mosley's fate will be decided at a June 3 special assembly by FIA in Paris.
Mosley was meeting with Williams team principal Alan Parr on Thursday, a day after talks with Ferrari head Stefano Domenicali and Renault team principal Flavio Briatore.
BMW Sauber head Mario Theissen said he doesn't expect Mosley's presence to overshadow F1's marquee race around the streets of the tiny principality.
"I'm not looking for him," Theissen said when asked if he would avoid Mosley.
F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone was expecting to see Mosley at some point.
"He lives here," Ecclestone said.
Mosley's fourth mandate ends in October 2009. He has sent a letter to FIA's 200 member federations saying F1's future could be jeopardized if he is ousted.