FIA President Max Mosley's Son Found Dead

Adam PooleAnalyst IMay 6, 2009

PARIS - OCTOBER 26:  Max Mosley poses before a Press Conference announcing the FIA declaration on air quality, climate change and automotive fuel economy, on October 26, 2007 in Paris, France.  (Photo by Francois Durand/Getty Images)

The F1 Times extends its thoughts and condolences to Max Mosley and his family today as their 39-year-old son, Alexander, was found dead in his Notting Hill (London, U.K.) home on Tuesday.

A Metropolitan Police (Met) spokesman said officers are treating the death as "non-suspicious" and that officers were in the process of informing the family.

"We were called at 16:20 p.m. on Tuesday to reports of a male found dead at a property in W11," police said. "He was pronounced dead at the scene. The man is in his late 30s."

The FIA has issued a statement confirming that it was Mosley's son and offered its condolences. "The FIA extends sincere condolences to the Mosley family on the sad news of the death of Alexander Mosley," the statement read.