Mentioned here when the original scandal occurred, Mr. Moseley still has his job. The Associated Press: Max Mosley wins vote to remain FIA president: "F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone was 'happy' with the results of the vote.
'The one thing I didn't want to happen, the last thing I wanted, was for Max to go today,' Ecclestone said. 'Up until now, I've asked him a million times to stand down at the end of November. But today he got what he wanted. He is still there and that's it.'
Van Woerkom said most of Mosley's support came from smaller clubs — which held equal sway in terms of voting power to the national federations — because of the money they received after FIA last year gave Formula One team McLaren a $100-million fine for possessing sensitive documents belonging to rival Ferrari. The FIA and its members received $60 million of that sum."