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FIA road safety index
FIA
29.11.22
The FIA Road Safety Index will be available to all organisations worldwide who want to join the effort for safer roads. Autoliv, IKEA, TotalEnergies, the Swedish transport administration Trafikverket, and two FIA Clubs, the Automobile Club Association (ACA - France) and the Automóvil Club del Uruguay (ACU) have participated in the pilot phase. The FIA Road Safety Index enables organisations to measure and improve their safety footprint using a similar methodology as the one for carbon footprint.
Sport
28.11.22
New Zealand’s Hayden Paddon and co-driver John Kennard won the title deciding FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship event, held on the roads of Australia’s Coffs Harbour.
Sport
28.11.22
- The Gen3, the world’s first race car designed for street racing, arrives on-track for pre-season testing in Valencia next month - New sporting regulations will enhance strategic planning for teams and excitement for fans - India, South Africa and Brazil to host Formula E races for the first time next season - Maserati and McLaren to debut on the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship grid
e-library, hill climb
FIA
28.11.22
Racing in the mountains and hills to test the machines and the skills of the drivers began as soon as motor racing appeared. And Hill Climbing has continued to this day, remaining a very popular and accessible form of motor sport. Two races are vying for the honour of having been the very first Hill Climb event in history.
Sport
27.11.22
FIA WTCR - Race of Saudi Arabia - Race 2 report
Sport
27.11.22
FIA WTCR Race of Saudi Arabia Race 1 report
Sport
26.11.22
2022 WTCR Race of Saudi Arabia - Breaking news
2023 FIA WRC calendar
Sport
25.11.22
- FIA World Motor Sport Council approves 13-round WRC schedule, with five rallies selected for FIA Junior WRC Championship - Events on asphalt, gravel and snow to challenge drivers, co-drivers and their teams - Eight-round FIA European Rally Championship calendar also get approved by the Council

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