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23.09.22
The Porsche 911 SC of 2019 champions Karl Wagner and Gerda Zauner ended the first leg of the Rally Elba Storico over 80 seconds ahead of the rest of the FIA EHRC contenders. However, a reoccurrence of the gearbox issues the car suffered in Finland has forced the team to retire the car and it will not start the second leg of the event.
Sport
23.09.22
The FIA confirms that an enquiry was made via the appropriate channels that led to the FIA confirming that the driver Colton Herta does not have the required number of points to be granted an FIA Super Licence. The FIA continuously reviews its regulations and procedures, including with respect to Super Licence eligibility, with the main factors being considered with respect to this topic being safety, experience and performance in the context of the pathway.
Sport
23.09.22
Spectacular stages to test WRC contenders in New Zealand
Sport
23.09.22
Team Poland has launched its team for the FIA Motorsport Games, with the Polish Automobile and Motorcycle Federation (PZM) confirming entry into 10 disciplines at the 2022 event in Marseille, France, this October.
Sport
23.09.22
The Dutch ASN KNAF has recognised virtual racing as a discipline since 2017, and decided to step up in 2020 by developing a bespoke platform to enable virtual racing events and activities. The hub, called KNAF Digital, has already attracted 2,000 people.
Sport
22.09.22
The inaugural FIA ETCR eTouring Car World Cup will be settled this weekend at the Sachsenring as the season comes to its conclusion in Germany with four drivers in contention for the Drivers’ title in Race DE.
Sport
22.09.22
Three-way battle for the championship title with two rounds remaining for 13-16 year old stars Valentino Ledda hoping home ground advantage will pay off as series comes to the boil Close battle for all the top positions in the series, with strong interest being shown for the 20 seats available in 2023
Members
22.09.22
The Norges Bilsportforbund (NBF), the National Sporting Authority delegated by the Royal Automobile Club of Norway (KNA) since 1932 to exert control over motor sport in the country, is making concrete efforts to ensure it is more accessible, particularly to young enthusiasts. After two years of alternative activities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the NBF Young Driver Development Programme is now back to normal and committed to supporting young talented drivers with driving courses, training sessions, and workshops.
Sport
22.09.22
The 2022 international motor sport season reserved a special challenge for both Ikatan Motor Indonesia (IMI) and the Korea Automobile Racing Association (KARA), as both clubs were tasked with hosting an ABB FIA Formula E World Championship event for the first time. It was a test they passed with flying colours.
Members
22.09.22
The Emirates Motorsports Organization (EMSO) has successfully renewed the Three-Star level Environmental Accreditation from the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) for another two years.

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