Posted on October 21, 2013

The window for candidates to enter the race for the FIA presidency opens in four days time (October 25) and this weekend there were a couple of interesting developments. Incumbent Jean Todt’s campaign has been boosted by the vote of support of Middle East powerbroker Mohammed Bin Sulayem, who had weighed up standing against the Frenchman, but has now decided to pull back. Bin Sulayem is President of the Automobile and Touring Club of the United Arab Emirates. In June this year, Todt appointed him chairman of the FIA’s new Motor Sport Development Task Force, which is tasked with establishing More…

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