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06.05.22
Last week, the FIA Region IV, the FIA Foundation and FIA Member the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) organised a workshop to present iRAP main programmes and tools and to define a working mechanism encouraging Clubs in the region to work together to achieve a common agenda: making roads safer for all.
Sport
05.05.22
The first track action at the 2022 TotalEnergies 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps witnessed home heroes WRT sit atop the timing screens after an early quick lap by Robin Frijns
AMZS, bicycles, accessibility
Members
05.05.22
Last October, FIA Member Organisation Avto-Moto Zveza Slovenije (AMZS Slovenia) launched the ‘Bicycles for everyone!’ project, in cooperation with its Clubs across the country. The initiative aims at collecting used bicycles and distributing them to modest families who don’t have their own bikes.
Sport
05.05.22
ABT Sportsline has officially applied to return to the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship from the beginning of the Gen3 era, starting in 2023. The German outfit confirmed its wish to enter as a customer team and make its way back to Formula E having been a fixture throughout the championship's first seven seasons. Despite a hiatus in Season 8, ABT can still count itself among the most successful teams in Formula E history, with 47 podiums and 1,380 points to its name.
Sport
04.05.22
FRIDAY, 06 MAY 1100hrs Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) Lewis Hamilton (...
Sport
04.05.22
The FIA’s first-ever electric touring car competition, the FIA ETCR – eTouring Car World Cup, is set to kick off this weekend. Here is an in-depth overview of the technology and the safety advancements the series relies on
Sport
04.05.22
The Polish crew of Michal Maluszyński and co-driver Lukasz Kurzeja claimed victory in Spain’s Baja TT Dehesa Extramadura and moved into an early lead in the 2022 FIA European Cup for Cross-Country Bajas.
CAA, before you drive, distracted driving, road safety
Members
04.05.22
The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) found out in a poll it recently conducted that nearly 8 in 10 Canadian drivers (79%)* admit to being distracted while driving. To tackle this dangerous issue, CAA launched a new campaign called #BeforeYouDrive, to encourage drivers to get all the distractions out of the way before they start driving.

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