2016 FIA Sport Conference

This 4th annual FIA Sport Conference will take place from June 21st-23rd in Turin (Italy)

After the first three editions in Goodwood, Munich and Mexico City respectively, the FIA Sports Conference has evolved into a hub of motor sport thought leadership.

The event gathers FIA ASNs and stakeholders from all over the world to meet, discuss and learn – the intention being to inform and educate the FIA community, with input from some of the best and brightest in the world of motor sport.

While the FIA’s relatively newly-instated Regional Congresses deliver practical training and specific methods for improving clubs’ operations, the Sport Conference is focused on bigger picture thinking, such as the direction of the sport and emerging trends.

This aim is to provide an environment that will see delegates return to their home countries invigorated and brimming with ideas and knowledge to assist them in achieving best practice in their own motor sport endeavours.

For the fourth edition of the event, the FIA will gather delegates from more than 100 sporting clubs and a variety of other stakeholders in one of the most motoring-centric cities in the world; Turin.

There could not be a better place than Turin, and in particular the Lingotto, to host a conference with this year’s theme; “Passion and Innovation: The Past, Present and Future of Motor Sport”.

This year’s theme traces a line through the sport from its very beginning, through today, and on to what will make it a success in the future. Importantly, we will investigate the very essence of why we love motor sport – and how we can capture that, both now and in years to come.

For more information, please find below the 2016 Sport Conference Programme and the Speakers' list.



Magneti Marelli




Ermenegildo Zegna

Intesa Sanpaolo