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18.06.22
The heat wave currently raging in Europe has not spared northern Italy, where the second and final...
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18.06.22
Alpine’s Fernando Alonso topped a wet final practice session at Montreal’s Circuit Gilles...
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18.06.22
DRIVER GROUP 1: Charles LECLERC (Ferrari), George RUSSELL (Mercedes), Daniel RICCIARDO (McLaren),...
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18.06.22
Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen topped the timesheet in the second practice session for this...
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17.06.22
Defending world champion Max Verstappen went quickest in the opening practice session for the 2022...
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17.06.22
Qualifying Practice took place in very hot weather on Friday 17th June at the Italian circuit of...
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17.06.22
FIA World Rally Championship teams face another tough gravel test next week (June 22-26) when Safari Rally Kenya hosts the sixth event of the hybrid-based Rally1 era.
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17.06.22
On 14 June, a new road safety initiative, aiming to reduce vehicle speeds around schools, was launched in Kitwe, Zambia by Mayor Mpansa Mwaya. This initiative is supported by the FIA Foundation, through its Child Health Initiative, as well as by the Zambia Road Safety Trust and FIA Member Club the Zambia Motor Sport Association.
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16.06.22
Following the eighth round of this year’s FIA Formula One World Championship, during which the phenomenon of aerodynamic oscillations (“porpoising”) of the new generation of Formula 1 cars, and the effect of this during and after the race on the physical condition of the drivers was once again visible, the FIA, as the governing body of the sport, has decided that, in the interests of the safety, it is necessary to intervene to require that the teams make the necessary adjustments to reduce or to eliminate this phenomenon.
ACCHI, road safety, star rating for schools
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16.06.22
The FIA School Assessment Programme, based on iRAP’s Star Ratings for School (SR4S) methodology, was launched in Chile to improve the safety of children on their way to school, under the leadership of the Automóvil Club de Chile (ACCHI) , in collaboration with the National Traffic Safety Commission (Conaset) and the local government of Lo Espejo.

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