Alain Prost has indicated he might still be interested in a role under the FIA's new president, his French countryman Jean Todt.
The retired quadruple world champion earlier this year indicated he would consider joining Todt for a "F1 and sport" role if the former Ferrari boss won office.
"We have talked," Prost, 54, told sport365.fr. "We will meet very soon to see if there are interesting things we can do together."
Todt has proposed that a separate Commissioner be appointed to represent him in every FIA-sanctioned championship, including F1.
Said Prost: "I am always willing to give my opinion on certain things (including) the future of Formula One."