Max Mosley is feeling "totally relaxed" about next Tuesday's crucial meeting of the FIA senate in Paris, according to a German sports magazine.
Kicker quotes the scandal-ridden FIA president, at the Monaco Grand Prix last weekend, as playing down the risk of being voted out of office.
"I am totally relaxed," Mosley reportedly said at the end of his low-key attendance at the prestigious event.
He said of the forthcoming FIA general assembly: "If they want, I will remain and serve the rest of my term to the autumn of 2009."
Kicker claims that Mosley, the 68-year-old Briton, can count on achieving 60% to 70% of the FIA-affiliated clubs and associations' votes on Tuesday.