FIA president Mosley says sex scandal hasn't played part in plans to leave in '09
LONDON -- FIA president Max Mosley intends to step down in 2009 even if given a vote of confidence by a special general assembly following his alleged involvement with prostitutes.
His future as the leader of world motor racing's governing body will be decided in Paris on June 3.
A British tabloid reported this month that Mosley engaged in sex acts with five prostitutes in a scenario that involved Nazi role-playing. Mosley admits visiting the prostitutes but denies any Nazi ...
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