News | Federation Internationale de l'Automobile

Filter by

Sport
  • fr
  • es
19.01.20
BMW i Andretti Motorsport move to top of team standings
Family photo of the attendees at the 2020 Rally & Cross Country Officials Seminar in Prague
Sport
  • fr
  • es
18.01.20
A record number of 206 officials and representatives of the rally and cross country communities, together with experts and speakers, attended the 2020 FIA Rally and Cross-Country Officials Seminar in Prague from 17-18 January, the first to include both disciplines. This year’s discussions included regulations, safety, practical aspects of the work of rally officials and environmental accreditation, led by the respective FIA departments.
FIA Flag
Sport
  • fr
  • es
17.01.20
The countdown is on for the start of the 2020 FIA World Rallycross Championship as the FIA announces the opening of registrations.
Sport
  • fr
  • es
17.01.20
Two FDA drivers in the Formula Regional European Championship confirm the goodness and interest in the FIA certified championship
Sport
  • fr
  • es
17.01.20
A new season of the FIA World Rally Championship kicks off with a reshuffled pack of drivers taking on the oldest, demanding and one of the most famous events on the calendar: Rallye Monte-Carlo (January 23-26).
Sport
  • fr
  • es
15.01.20
Chilean capital to host round three of season six
Sport
  • fr
  • es
15.01.20
First event of its kind in Chile set to promote gender equality in motor sport. Girls between the ages of 8 - 18 introduced to a potential carrer in motor sport through innovative and educational activities. Supports FIA’s aim to increase global female participation in the sport.
Sport
  • fr
  • es
13.01.20
Norwegian joins title-winning Toksport WRT for European adventure Double national champion targets ERC’s top award in ŠKODA Fabia R5 Evo Brynildsen: “I have to be consistent and use my experience to win”
FIA Flag
Sport
  • fr
  • es
13.01.20
Formula 1®, together with the FIA, announces the starting times for the 22 Grands Prix of the 2020 FIA Formula 1 World Championship™.
FIA
  • fr
  • es
12.01.20
The Youth Olympic Games (YOG) are an international Olympic sporting event of the highest level for athletes aged 15 to 18, combining sports performance, culture and education. The YOG aim to encourage young people to adopt and represent the positive values of sport – respect, friendship and excellence – and to become sports ambassadors throughout the world. This year, for the second time, the YOG hosted an FIA stand and today, FIA President Jean Todt was in attendance, along with members of the International Olympic Committee.

Pages