Graham Stocker will challenge Bin Sulayem, who announced his candidacy in March, to head the FIA. Jan Tod’s term will expire at the end of the year and she does not want to reapply.
Graham Stoker The current Vice President of the International Automobile Federation for Sport, announced himself Run for the presidency of the International Automobile Federation.
Jan Todd is about to end his third term As President of the International Automobile Federation. He has already announced that he will not run for the fourth. Todd, Elected at the end of 2009And defeat his opponent Ari Vatanin Have replaced Max Mosley, who passed away in May 2021.
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Graham Stoker Today confirmed his candidacy, his campaign claim “International Automobile Federation for All”. Stalker specializes in sports law, has taught at the London School of Economics and the London Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, and is the UK’s representative on the World Motorsport Council.
Graham Stoker is the second person to officially announce his candidacy. Mohammed bin Sulayem He announced his candidacy in March under the slogan “”.FIA for membersBin Sulayem has held the position of Vice President of the International Automobile Federation for Mobility and Sports since 2008.
A pair of candidates reported me Names of the candidates on their team. Muhammad bin Sulayem was nominated Carmelo Sanz de Barros At the head of the Senate of the International Automobile Federation, Tim Sherman As Vice President of Mobility e Robert Reed As Vice President of Motorsports.
at The Graham Stalker Team There’s the current president of the Senate from the FIA, Brian Gibbons, Who will apply again for this role. Stalker also named him Tom Christensen, As a candidate for Vice President for Sports, Thierry Willemark As Vice President of Mobility.
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