Todt announces cabinet members list

FIA presidential candidate Jean Todt has revealed his full cabinet members list of the key figures who will work for him if he is successful in October's election

Todt announces cabinet members list

With the official nominations for the election having opened on Friday, Todt is the first man to confirm his senate members, mobility vice presidents and sport vice presidents.

Todt believes the cabinet members (full list below) have exactly the qualities that he thinks the FIA needs to take it into a new era.

"I am delighted to have the support of what I believe is a dynamic leadership team with outstanding experience and knowledge of all the issues central to motoring and motor sport today," said Todt. "It is also a team representative of the entire FIA with members from across Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, and Latin America.

"I am particularly proud that so many leading members of the FIA family have backed our vision for the future. Both the sporting and mobility sides of the FIA share common values supporting fairness for consumers and competitors, for safety and sustainability on road and track, and the right to enjoy the freedom that the automobile can provide.

"To coincide with the submission of our full candidacy list our team is also publishing our 'Road Map to Renewal' which summarises our key policy proposals for motor sport and mobility. We recognise that the FIA needs to renew itself and through innovation, excellence and teamwork, we can better meet the needs of our membership and meet the challenges of the years ahead."

Todt's full candidacy list is:

President
Jean Todt

Senate President
Nicholas Craw, President, Automobile Competition Committee of the US (USA)

Deputy President Mobility
Brian Gibbons, President, New Zealand Automobile Association (New Zealand)

Deputy President Sport
Graham Stoker, Board Member, Motor Sports Association (UK)

Senate Members
Hernan Gallegos Banderas, President, Automovil Club del Ecuador (Ecuador)
HH Tunku Mudzaffar bin Tunku Mustapha, Chairman, Automobile Association of Malaysia (Malaysia)
S.H. Rudolf Graf von der Schulenburg, President, Automobilclub von Deutschland (Germany)
Carlos Slim Domit, Patron, Asociación Mexicana Automovilistica (Mexico)
Jainchang Yan, Deputy President, Federation of Automobile Sports of China (China)

Mobility Vice Presidents
Carlos Barbosa, President, Automovel Club de Portugal (Portugal)
Victor Dumot, President, Touring and Automobile Club of Paraguay (Paraguay)
Ignacio Gonzalez Fausto, President, Asociación Mexicana Automovilistica (Mexico)
Gus Lagman, President, Automobile Association Philippines (Philippines)
Franco Lucchesi, Delegate to the FIA, Automobile Club d'Italia (Italy)
Jorge Rosales, President, Automobile Club of Argentina (Argentina)
Danijel Starman, President, Avto-moto zveza Slovenije (Slovenia)

Sport Vice Presidents
José Abed, President, Organizacion Mexicana del Deporte Automovilistico Internacional (Mexico)
Michel Boeri, President, Automobile Club de Monaco (Monaco)
Morrie Chandler, Honorary President, MotorSport New Zealand (New Zealand)
Enrico Gelpi, President, Automobile Club d'Italia (Italy)
Carlos Gracia, President, Real Federación Española de Automovilismo (Spain)
Mohamed ben Sulayem, President, Automobile and Touring Club for United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Surinder Thatthi, Secretary General, Kenya Motor Sports Federation (Kenya)

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