Q: Let's start with the unavoidable questions. The privacy action that you won - what do you think that the case did for your ability to do your job? And what did it do for F1?
Max Mosley: "It is obviously better to win than lose. But the key thing was winning the FIA confidence vote because if you are an elected official, if your electorate don't want you to continue, then you have to stop. Winning the case was good because it stopped all the nonsense about Nazism - that has now gone and that is the thing that really mattered. Now, as far as doing the job is concerned, with the Nazi thing out of the way, it will have no effect at all on me.
"The truth of the matter is this - that no grown up person gives the slightest damn about what other people do in their sex lives. It is not even a subject for discussion. It used to be 50 years ago that if someone was gay then it was a big drama. In England it was illegal and you could go to prison. But all that is now finished - people don't care. So, as long as it is adults, it is consensual, and it is private and, as they say, you don't frighten the horses, then nobody cares. The grown ups simply don't care and the people who do care are not worth talking to.