Jean Todt secures new term as FIA president

Jean Todt with double F1 world champion Mika Hakkinen at the recent Macau Grand Prix

Jean Todt with double F1 world champion Mika Hakkinen at the recent Macau Grand Prix

Jean Todt has secured second four-year term as FIA president after being officially voted in at the Annual General Assembly in Paris.

The former Ferrari F1 boss stood for re-election unopposed following the withdrawal of sole rival David Ward last month, who failed to garner enough support.

As a result, Todt was confirmed in the top FIA role in a unanimous decision.

Todt originally claimed the FIA presidency in 2009 when he defeated rally legend Ari Vatanen.

 

 

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