Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA)
International Automobile Federation
Federación Automovilistica Internacional
1904-06-20 Bad Homburg Germany
20 Jun 1904, Bad Homburg (Germany), as Association générale de l'automobile (AGA). Name changed to Association internationale des automobile-clubs reconnus (AIACR) in 1906. Current title adopted in 1946. New Statutes adopted in 1970 and again on 22 Mar 2001. Statutes modified: 5 Oct 2001; 2 Oct 2002; 16 Oct 2003; 1 Jul 2004; 14 Oct 2004; 31 Mar 2005; 20 Oct 2006; 26 Oct 2007; 7 Nov 2008; 23 Oct 2009; 5 Nov 2010; 9 Dec 2011. EU Transparency Register: 84839535366-67.
Uphold interest of members in all international matters concerning automobile mobility and tourism and motor sport; promote freedom of mobility through affordable, safe and clean motoring; defend the rights of consumers when travelling; promote development of motor sport; improve safety of the sport; enact, interpret and enforce common rules applicable to the organization and fair and equitable running of motor sport events; promote development of facilities and services of Member Clubs, Associations and Federations, and coordination of reciprocal services between Member Clubs for the benefit of their individual members when travelling abroad; exercise jurisdiction pursuant to disputes of a sporting nature and any disputes arising between Members, or in relation to any Members having contravened obligations laid down by the Statues, the International Sporting Code and the Regulations; preserve and conserve all documents and artefacts concerning world motoring in order to retrace its history.
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General Assembly (annual), comprising delegates of Member Clubs, Associations and Federations. K-XK0839 - World Council for Automobile Mobility and Tourism, comprising FIA President, Deputy President for Automobile Mobility and Tourism, 7 Vice-Presidents and 17 members. K-XK0838 - World Motor Sport Council, comprising FIA President, Deputy President for Sport, 7 Vice-Presidents for Sport and 17 members. Senate, comprising President, FIA President, Deputy President for Automobile Mobility and Tourism, Deputy President for Sport, 4 members elected by World Council for Automobile Mobility and Tourism, 4 members elected by World Motor Sport Council and up to 4 members promoted by FIA President. FIA Academy, consisting of FIA President and 6 members elected by General Assembly. President presides over the Federation, with assistance from Deputy Presidents and Vice-Presidents. Automobile Mobility and Tourism Regions (4): Europe, Middle East and Africa; Asia and Pacific; North America; South America. International Tribunal and International Court of Appeal, including joint Congress. FIA International Historic Commission; Permanent or temporary commissions or sub-commissions. Committees (3): Audit; Judicial Appointment; Anti-Doping Disciplinary.
Sporting Commissions (22) assist World Motor Sport Council:
- Electric and New Energy Championships;
- Cross-Country Rally;
- Drag Racing;
- Formula One;
- Grand Touring Car;
- Historic Motor Sport;
- International Karting;
- Land Speed Records;
- Officials and Volunteers;
- Touring Car;
- Truck Racing;
- Women in Motor Sport;
- World Rally Championship.
General Judicial Secretariat; Secretariat located in Paris (France).
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