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07.07.21
John Elkann, Chairman of Ferrari, will be the official starter at the 89 th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, waving the French flag at 16:00 CET on August 21 to unleash the field of 62 cars.
Sport
  • fr
07.07.21
New car boasts significant updates in safety and technology, while cost-control measures ensure that FIA-certified Formula 4 remains the world’s gold standard junior single-seater category
Sport
  • fr
07.07.21
The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile and Hyundai Motorsport have joined forces to launch the FIA Rally Champions World Tour, united by a common goal of encouraging and promoting rallying talent from regional series around the world for the next three years.
Sport
07.07.21
Round five of the FIA World Endurance Championship, the 6 Hours of Fuji, has been canceled and will be replaced by an additional six-hour race in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
FIA
07.07.21
As part of its strategy to promote the place of women in all areas of the sport, the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission is delighted to launch its latest career booklet, ‘Your Career as a Motor Sport Official’.
Sport
06.07.21
Silk Way Rally - round three of the FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies
Sport
06.07.21
Peugeot has taken the wraps off the new 9X8, its Le Mans Hypercar challenger poised to make its competitive debut in the FIA World Endurance Championship in 2022.
Sport
  • fr
06.07.21
The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) has commissioned to EY-Parthenon a worldwide study to measure the economic and social impact of motor sport industry. This study highlights the importance of this sport industry, which is evaluated directly and indirectly at 160 billion euros total gross output annually and 1.5 million total paid jobs. It demonstrates that motor sport contributes to the rebound of the economy in Covid-19 times.
FIA
06.07.21
The FIA Women in Motorsport Commission is poised for its third international Seminar in Monaco this week (July 7-8). Drawing together more than 100 delegates from 68 countries around the world, with both physical and online attendance, the two-day Seminar will not only reflect on more than a decade of action, but explore opportunities to accelerate greater equality, access and inclusion for women in the sport.

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