"Our girls are the most handsome", Kozak told Interfax.
Formula One stopped using female models for promotional purposes at races in January after complaints that it was outdated and sexist.
Lewis Hamilton created another social media storm on Friday when he backed the return of grid girls at this year's Monaco Grand Prix -- and then removed the post.
"If we can reach an agreement we will revive this tradition", Kozak said in comments reported by Russian Federation news agency Interfax. There should be adults.
Monaco and Russian Federation look set to buck the trend and bring "grid girls" back to Formula 1. "Except for the grid girls issue", he stated.More news: US Representative for Texas Blake Farenthold resigns amid sexual harassment claims
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F1's new U.S. owners Liberty Media said in January the practice of using grid girls - paid models in uniform - wasn't "appropriate or relevant" anymore.
For the record, Jalopnik's Alanis King was quick to point out that grid kids are supposedly supposed to be chosen from local motorsports clubs, so they should already be comfortable around cars. "The cameras will be on them".
In Russia also the girls will be present.
Speaking to Nice-Matin, Boeri confirmed, "Our American friends assume that it could hurt the feminine feelings when employing young women to carry signs". Our hostesses complete model and PR schools. The Grid Girls are here to stay in Monaco.
And he even insisted that he will have glamorous women on the grid throughout the race weekend to look good in front of the global audience. "And they are paid for it". Many are unlikely to be taken up.