Apr.3 (GMM) Embattled FIA president Max Mosley on Thursday called an 'Extraordinary General Assembly' of the governing body's senate.
The development comes after four manufacturers involved in formula one denounced the widely reported sex scandal.Mosley, 67, had also intended to attend the Bahrain grand prix this weekend, but he was warned off by the kingdom's royal family.
The events since the British tabloid News of the World revealed his recent escapade with five prostitutes have left even the Briton's usual supporters wondering how he can continue to head the global motoring organisation.
A statement confirmed that the meeting, probably to take place in Paris, is to discuss "the widespread publicity following an apparently illegal invasion of the FIA president's privacy".
All FIA members have been invited, and the FIA said the meeting will take place "on the earliest practicable date"."No further comment will be made by the FIA regarding the matter at this stage," the statement said.