Events

Medicine in Motor Sport Summit 2012

The Medicine in Motor Sport Summit, jointly hosted by the FIA and FIA Institute, is a world-leading forum that brings together motor sport medical professionals to discuss a range of medical and safety topics. The next Summit will take place in Istanbul on 3-4 December 2012.

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Africa Workshop 2012

Alongside the annual Confederation of African Countries in Motor Sports (CACMS) meeting taking place in Mauritius, the FIA Institute hosted an OUTREACH workshop to build upon last year's Cape Town meeting and to provide expert assistance to African ASNs wishing to engage in the Fund.

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Americas Workshop 2012

26 different countries were in attendance at the FIA Institute's second Americas motor sport development workshop in Cancun, Mexico. The main topics of the workshop were how access to the Fund and the development of the of the sport particularly in the domain of the officials and young driver training.

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Central Europe Workshop 2012

The FIA Institute hosted the first motor sport development workshop of 2012 in Ljubljana, Slovenia on 12 April. The event aimed to help National Sporting Authorities (ASNs) from across the FIA Central European Zone (CEZ) to make the most of the opportunities available to them through the Motor Sport Safety Development Fund.

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Middle East Workshop 2011

The FIA Institute today hosted its first Middle East and North African Development Workshop in Beirut, Lebanon, bringing together National Sporting Authorities (ASNs) from across the region. Hosted by the Automobile and Touring Club of Lebanon, the workshop is the latest in a series of events designed to promote the FIA Motor Sport Safety Development Fund across the world and encourage engagement ahead of 2012 application deadlines.

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Africa Workshop 2011

In partnership with the Confederation of African Countries in Motor Sport (CACMS), the FIA Institute hosted a high-level regional development event in Cape Town on 19 August, with a focus on the development of motor sport across Africa. The event was attended by FIA National Sporting Authorities (ASNs) from across the continent with presentations from experts in training and development.

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Workshop of the Americas 2011

The FIA Institute hosted a regional development event in Cartagena, Colombia on 29 July, with a focus on Latin America. The event was attended by FIA National Sporting Authorities (ASNs) from across the region and coincided with the 13th FIA American Congress taking place there.

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Asia Pacific Motor Sport Development Workshop 2011

The FIA Institute's latest Motor Sport Development Workshop took place in Kuala Lumpur on 22 March with a focus on development projects from the Asia-Pacific region. The Workshop offered insights from the many projects that have benefitted from FIA Foundation grants over the last three years.

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Sustainable Motor Sport Seminar 2010

The FIA Institute Motor Sport Sustainability Seminar held in the headquarters of the FIA Institute in Paris on 16 November sought to review the policies of the FIA Environmentally Sustainable Motor Sport Commission with a grouping of expert stakeholders and to discuss in further detail an action plan which takes forward their implementation.

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Motor Sport Development Workshop 2010

The FIA Institute hosted its second Motor Sport Development Workshop in Paris on 4 November, offering a chance for experts and stakeholders from across the motor sport industry to present and discuss their views on the work of the FIA Institute and Motor Sport Development Fund.

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Medicine in Motor Sport Summit 2010

The Medicine in Motor Sport summit, an event hosted jointly by the FIA Institute and FIA on 17-19 September, brought together the most eminent figures in the field of motor sport medicine for a world-leading forum.

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Medicine in Motor Sport 2008

The aim of the second annual FIA Institute Summit, which was hosted by the Bahrain International Circuit on 3 April, was to help develop medical excellence across all motor sport and use this to set a benchmark for medical excellence in other sports, as well as across the Gulf region.

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