In order to safeguard the integrity and reputation of motor sport and automobile mobility and tourism worldwide, the 2012 General Assembly adopted a Code of Ethics and established an Ethics Committee within the FIA.
Upon complaints from one of the persons listed below:
- FIA Members;
- officers, members, or licence-holders of FIA Members;
- officials, organisers, drivers, competitors and licence‐holders;
and regarding any alleged breach of the ethical principles as contained in the FIA Statutes, International Sporting Code and Regulations, or on its own initiative, the Ethics Committee investigates and assesses the given situation and submits a report to the President of the FIA, who may decide to take any further action. A copy of this report will be submitted to the members of the FIA Senate, the complainant and the person implicated for information.
In compliance with the FIA Judicial and Disciplinary Rules, in the event that the President of the FIA or any other person appearing on the presidential list (Article 9.4 of the FIA Statutes) is the subject of an investigation, the report will be submitted to the Senate, who may decide to take any further action. A copy of this report will be submitted to the complainant and the person implicated for information.