Argentine motorsport manager goes for an important position in the FIA

On December 17, the International Automobile Federation elects the successor of Jean Todt.

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La International Automobile Federation will choose the next December 17 to the successor of Jean Todt, who will leave the position of president of the institution after four terms.

The candidates to succeed the French, who has been in office since 2009, are the British lawyer Graham stoker, current FIA vice president of sport; and the former Emirati pilot Mohammed Ben Sulayem.

According to the statute of the entity, each of the applicants submitted the full list to the FIA ​​administration with his running mates who intend to occupy the positions of vice president of automobiles, mobility and tourism, sports vice president, president of the senate y sports vice presidents of each of the seven regions.

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Ing. Carlos García Remohí, president of the ACA Automobile Sports Commission.

And it is in this last item where a Argentine motorsport manager since Engineer Carlos García Remohí, current president of the Automobile Sports Commission of Automobile Club Argentino, Figure as sports vice president for South America within the official list that has Stoker as a reference.

The platform headed by Ben Sulayem, meanwhile, intends for that position to the Brazilian Fabian Ecclestone, wife of the English businessman Bernie Ecclestone, which ruled the destinations of Formula 1 between 1974 and 2016.

The International Automobile Federation includes 268 organizations automotive of 143 countries. Some of them, like the ACA, your vote is worth double for supporting mobility and motorsport.

 

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