The FIA renews its agreement with the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens (FIVA) | Federation Internationale de l'Automobile

The FIA renews its agreement with the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens (FIVA)

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On 26 June 2019 in Paris, at the FIA Headquarters, FIA President Jean Todt and FIVA President Patrick Rollet signed an updated FIA-FIVA agreement to defend and promote the safe, free and unrestricted use of historic vehicles and their cultural heritage.  

This agreement replaces the 1999 agreement and consolidates the long-lasting relationship between the two Federations. It aims to improve coordination, increase cooperation and allow for a better monitoring of joint activities, notably thanks to the re-establishment of the FIA-FIVA Relations Committee (RC).

The RC will identify and investigate problems of common concern and formulate strategies to solve them, coordinate activities of common interest, coordinate and supervise contact between the two organisations and other external bodies, and provide advice on the handling of disagreements, as and when necessary.  


About the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA)
The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) is the governing body for world motor sport and the federation of the world’s leading mobility organisations.
Founded in 1904, with headquarters in Paris and Geneva, the FIA is a non-profit organisation. It brings together 240 member organisations from 144 countries on five continents. Its Member Clubs represent over 80 million road users and their families.
The FIA promotes safe, sustainable and accessible mobility for all road users around the world.
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About the Fédération Internationale des véhicles Anciens (FIVA)
FIVA, Fédération Internationale des véhicles Anciens, was created in 1966. It unites 85 national federations and clubs members from 70 countries, representing over 1.6 million of historic vehicles enthusiasts from the five continents. FIVA is the global organisation aiming to protect, preserve and promote world motoring heritage. Since April 2017, FIVA has been a non-governmental partner of UNESCO.

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