World Motorsport Council finalizes all categories for 2021

On the occasion of the FIA Annual General Assembly Week in Geneva, the World Motor Sport Council convened Wednesday for the fourth and final meeting of 2020. The meeting was hosted in Geneva by FIA President Jean Todt with FIA Deputy President for Sport Graham Stoker and WMSC members joining in a large majority via video conference from locations across the globe.

The following is a summary of the decisions taken during the meeting:

FIA Formula One World Championship
The World Council congratulated the entire Formula 1 community for the remarkable achievement of completing 17 events in the wake of the global pandemic, and FIA President Jean Todt thanked Formula 1 Chairman and CEO Chase Carey for his significant contributions to the sport since 2017 as he will move to the position of Non-Executive Chairman at the end of this year and welcome Stefano Domenicali as the new CEO.

The 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar is as follows:

21 March Australia Melbourne
28 March Bahrain Sakhir
11 April China Shanghai
25 April TBC TBC
9 May Spain Barcelona**
23 May Monaco Monaco
6 June Azerbaijan Baku
13 June Canada Montreal
27 June France Le Castellet
4 July Austria Spielberg
18 July Great Britain Silverstone
1 August Hungary Budapest
29 August Belgium Spa-Francorchamps
5 September Netherlands Zandvoort
12 September Italy Monza
26 September Russia Sochi
3 October Singapore Singapore
10 October Japan Suzuka
24 October USA Austin
31 October Mexico Mexico City
14 November Brazil São Paulo
28 November Saudi Arabia Jeddah*
5 December Abu Dhabi Yas Marina

 *Subject to circuit homologation
**Subject to promoter agreement

FIA World Rally Championship
Amendments to the FIA WRC Sporting Regulations include the awarding of additional Power Stage points to Manufacturers, to be scored by the two best-placed drivers nominated by a team and finishing in the top five of the final stage, with the aim to add an additional dimension to the Manufacturers’ battle.

Following Pirelli’s implementation as a new single supplier in 2021, nine additional test days have been allocated to each WRC manufacturer to adapt to the new tires to be used through the 2021 season.

A number of changes have been adopted to clarify the requirements for the WRC2 class. Participating teams in the category now have to register no later than the closing date of the fifth round of the 2021 season. To score points, a team must enter two cars in a maximum of seven rallies, including a minimum of one round outside of Europe.

WRC2 Drivers and Teams will be required to nominate to score points as they enter an event and as a result, registered Drivers can enter additional rallies as Priority 2 without scoring points. In regards to points scoring, the highest number of points from six of the seven nominated rallies will count.

Owing to the success of the Power Stage points for the WRC, the same format will now be extended to the WRC2 and WRC3 categories.

In WRC3, with the view to restore pre-COVID regulations, the number of rallies counting for the championship has been reinstated from five to seven, with the best five rounds counting for the championship points. Specific requirements have also been added to restrict the class entry to aspiring drivers developing their skills.

To ensure the value of the WRC championship, at least half of the events scheduled on the initial calendar will have to be held for titles to be awarded. In the support championships, the FIA will have the possibility to adjust the minimum number of participations and number of events taken into account, should the number of qualifying events be less than scheduled initially.

The number of counting rounds for the Junior WRC Championship has been returned to five from four set in this year’s regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

FIA World Endurance Championship
As previously agreed by e-vote, 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship sporting regulations have been outlined, with stimulating championship growth, creating sporting fairness and cost control as key targets.

A simplified qualifying format will return, with the fastest time of just one driver per car forming the grid instead of the two-driver aggregated time used in recent years. There will be two distinct 10‐minute sessions, one for Hypercar and LMP2 classes and one for LMGTEs (Bronze-rated driver to qualify will be mandatory in LMGTE Am).

No change to LMP2 driver line-ups with at least one Silver or Bronze driver required in each team. There will, however, be a new and specific classification in the LMP2 category for teams who have Bronze drivers.

As the 2021 season will see the introduction of the new Le Mans Hypercar category, there will be more pre- and in-season testing. LMP2 and LMGTE Am classes will also benefit from additional testing mileage.

As part of ongoing efforts to implement cost-saving measures, competitors in Hypercar will be restricted to 40 operational staff or 43 for cars with hybrid systems (except for 24 Hours of Le Mans).

The 24 Hours of Le Mans event will span 10 days rather than two weeks. Scrutineering and pre-race checks will take place on the Friday and Saturday the week before the race and will count both for the Test Day on the Sunday before the race and for the 24 Hours of Le Mans itself. The practice and qualifying sessions have also been revised.

FIA World Rallycross Championship
Following the official Request for Proposal process for a new promoter, the members have been updated with the aim of finalizing a decision at the beginning of 2021.

The provisional 2021 FIA World RX (RX1) calendar (including RX2e and Euro RX) is as follows:

22-23 May Belgium Spa-Francorchamps * [1, 2, 3]
12-13 June Norway Hell-Lanke * [2, 3]
19-20 June Finland Kouvola * [1]
03-04 July Sweden Höljes * [1, 2, 3]
24-25 July Spain Barcelona-Catalunya * [1, 2]
31 July-01 August Germany Nürburgring * [2]
21-22 August TBA (Europe) * [3]
04-05 September France Lohéac * [1, 2, 3]
15-16 October TBA (Middle East /Asia)
27-28 November South Africa Killarney

Provisional calendar, with all Events subject to final agreement with the new promoter.
*Events to include rounds of the FIA RX2e [2] and/or FIA European RX1 [1] and/or European RX3 [3] Championships

ABB FIA Formula E Championship
Ahead of the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, the World Motor Sport Council has today confirmed an updated calendar of races in sets. The first set of confirmed races (rounds one-four) consists of two double-headers, first in Santiago (January 16 and 17) then in Diriyah (February 26 and 27). Races in Mexico City and Sanya have been postponed until later in the year.

All calendar races will be announced later depending on the sanitary situation.

FIA Karting Championships
The following information relating to supplier tenders was detailed by the FIA Karting Commission.

Panta was selected as exclusive supplier of fuel in the 2021 FIA Karting Championships – Europe (except Superkart).

KG s.a.s. was selected as exclusive supplier of a CIK-FIA homologated front fairing mounting kit in the 2021, 2022 and 2023 FIA Karting Championships, Cups and Trophies (except Superkart).

Regarding the exclusive supply of tires in the 2021 FIA Karting Championships (except Superkart) it was decided to launch a revised invitation to tender to select an exclusive supplier of tires for season 2021 of all FIA Karting Championships (except Superkart).

The 2021 FIA Karting calendars are as follows:

FIA Karting World Championship – OK
28-31 October Brazil Birigui
FIA Karting World Championship – Junior
28-31 October Brazil Birigui
FIA Karting World Championship – KZ
02-05 September Sweden Kristianstad
FIA Karting European Championship – OK
15-18 April Spain Zuera
13-16 May Belgium Genk
27-30 May France Aunay-Les-Bois*
08-11 July Italy Sarno
FIA Karting European Championship – Junior
15-18 April Spain Zuera
13-16 May Belgium Genk
27-30 May France Aunay-Les-Bois*
08-11 July Italy Sarno
FIA Karting European Championship – KZ
29 April-02 May Italy Adria
17-20 June Germany Wackersdorf
FIA Karting European Championship – KZ2
29 April-02 May Italy Adria
17-20 June Germany Wackersdorf
FIA Karting European Championship – Superkart
22-24 October France Le Mans – Bugatti*
FIA Karting International Super Cup – KZ2
02-05 September Sweden Kristianstad
FIA Karting Academy Trophy
29 April-02 May    Italy Adria
17-20 June Germany Wackersdorf
02-05  September Sweden Kristianstad

* subject to track homologation or re-homologation

FIA WTCR – World Touring Car Cup
The 2021 FIA World Touring Car Cup sporting and technical regulations have been approved. A new event format, composed of two free practice sessions, one qualifying and two races, has been approved.

The FIA WTCR Rookie Driver Title has been redefined as the FIA WTCR Junior Driver Title. An all-new FIA WTCR Female Drivers Title will also be introduced for 2021, provided a minimum of three entries will be received.

The 2021 WTCR calendar is as follows:

15-16 May Hungary Hungaroring
22-23 May Slovakia Slovakia Ring NOTE
04-05 June Germany Nürburgring, Nordschleife
26-27 June Portugal Vila Real
10-11 July Spain Motorland Aragon
09-10 October Korea Inje Speedium NOTE
06-07 November China TBA
20-21 November Macau Circuito De Guia

NOTE: subject to promoter agreement

FIA Regional Rally Championships
The calendars for the 2021 FIA Regional Rally Championships are confirmed as follows:

FIA European Rally Championship

12-14 March Portugal Rallye Fafe*
25-27 March Portugal Azores Rallye
06-08 May Spain Rally Islas Canarias1
18-20 June Poland 78 Rally Poland1
01-03 July (TBC) Latvia Rally Liepaja*1
23-25 July Italy Rally di Roma Capitale*1
27-29 August Czech Republic Barum Czech Rally Zlin*1
22-24 October Hungary Rally Hungary NOTE 1

Round of the FIA ERC Junior Championships

FIA European Rally Trophy – Alps Rally Trophy

08-10 April Italy 67 Rallye Sanremo
07-09 May France Rallye Ain Jura
27-29 May Switzerland Rallye du Chablais
21-23 October Switzerland Rallye International du Valais

FIA European Rally Trophy – Balkan Rally Trophy

24-25 April Turkey Esok Rally*
14-16 May Bulgaria Rally Bulgaria
11-13 June Bulgaria Rally Sliven
03-04 July Romania Bacau Rally*
24-26 September Serbia Serbia Rally*

FIA European Rally Trophy – Baltic Rally Trophy

01-03 July TBC Latvia Rally Liepaja*
TBC Lithuania Rally Rokiskis*
TBC Estonia Rally Estonia*

FIA European Rally Trophy – Benelux Rally Trophy

25-26 June Belgium Ypres Rally
09-10 July Luxembourg Rallye Lëtzebuerg
28-29 August Belgium Aarova Rally
05-07 November Belgium Rallye du Condroz*

FIA European Rally Trophy – Celtic Rally Trophy

20-21 March Ireland West Cork Rally*
02-03 April Great Britain Circuit of Ireland International Rally*
18-20 June Ireland Donegal International Rally*
25-26 June Belgium Ypres Rally*
20-21 August Great Britain Ulster International Rally*
04-05 September TBA TBA
25-26 September Ireland Cork 20 International Rally*

FIA European Rally Trophy – Central Rally Trophy

26-28 March Czech Republic 40. Valasska Rally Valmez
21-22 May Czech Republic 48. Rallye Cesky Krumlov
10-12 June Croatia Zagreb Open – 47. INA delta rally
15-17 July Austria Rallye Weiz
05-07 August Poland 29 Rally Rzeszow
09-11 September Slovenia 9. MAHLE Rally Nova Gorica
14-16 October Germany 57. ADAC 3 Städte Rallye
04-06 November Germany 24. Int. ADMV-Lausitz-Rallye

FIA European Rally Trophy – Iberian Rally Trophy

08-10 April Spain Rally Sierra Morena*
13-15 May Spain Rally Villa de Adeje*
05-07 August Portugal Rali Vinho da Madeira
10-11 September Spain 57 Rallye Princesa de Asturias Ciudad de Oviedo
05-07 November Spain Rallye La Nucia-Mediterraneo*
19-20 November Portugal Rally Casinos do Algarve

FIA European Rally Trophy – Scandinavian Rally Trophy

14-15 May Sweden South Swedish Rally
18-19 June Finland Pohjanmaa Ralli
27-28 August Denmark Sydhavsrally

FIA European Rally Trophy – Final

04-06 November Germany 24. Int. ADMV-Lausitz-Rallye

FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship – Asia Cup

04-07 February Japan Rally of Tsumagoi
26-28 March India South Inda Rally*
10-12 September Japan Rally Hokkaido
22-24 October China Rally Longyou*

FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship – Pacific Cup

16-18 April New Zealand Rally Otago
14-16 May New Zealand International Rally of Whangarei
15-17 October Australia Adelaide Hills Rally*
20-21 November Australia Coffs Harbour Rally*

FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship – Final

20-21 November Australia Coffs Harbour Rally*

FIA Middle East Rally Championship

28-30 January Qatar Manateq Qatar International Rally
18-20 February Oman Rally of Oman
20-22 May Jordan Jordan Rally
03-05 September Lebanon Rally of Lebanon
24-26 September Cyprus Cyprus Rally
04-06 November Kuwait Rally of Kuwait

FIA African Rally Championship

19-21 March Rwanda Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Rally*
23-25 April Kenya Equator Rally Kenya*
25-26 July Tanzania Rally of Tanzania*
20-22 August Uganda Pearl of Africa Uganda Rally*NOTE
24-26 July Zambia Zambia International Rally*
05-06 November South Africa Rally of South Africa*

FIA CODASUR Rally Championship

12-14 March Paraguay Rally Transitapúa
16-18 April Argentina Rally de Argentina
21-23 May Brazil Rally de Erechim
23-25 July Bolivia Rally de Santa Cruz
19-21 November Uruguay Rally del Atlántico

FIA NACAM Rally Championship

12-13 March Mexico Rally Montanas
28-30 May Barbados Rally Barbados
02-04 July Canada Rallye International Baie des Chaleurs
13-14 August Mexico Rally Guanajuato
26-28 August Mexico Rally Sierra Juarez
27-28 November Mexico Rally Colima


21-24 January Monaco Rallye Monte Carlo
07-09 May France Rallye Ain Jura
25-26 June Belgium Ypres Rally
23-25 July Italy Rally di Roma Capitale*
14-17 October Spain RallyRACC Catalunya – Rally de Espana

To ensure the value of FIA Regional Rally Championships titles, all results are now taken into account for the final classification when the championship is held over four events or less, regardless of the criteria required for each championship. Additionally, the format of the championships and rallies has been updated, with a trend towards slightly shorter and more compact rallies in order to reduce costs in the context of the current health crisis.

In the European Rally Championship, the ERC Junior class will be reserved for drivers entered with Rally3 cars, with the objective to reduce season costs and create a more accessible pathway for young drivers coming from two-wheel drive categories. In order to ease this pathway, the FIA ERC promoter will offer attractive prizes for both the ERC3 and ERC Junior Champions.

FIA World Cup for Cross Country – Rallies and Bajas
In addition to the 2021 FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Bajas schedule published following the latest Council, calendars for the 2021 FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies and the 2021 FIA European Cup for Cross-Country Bajas are now also confirmed as follows:

FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies

08-13 April Portugal Portugal Rally
12-17 May Spain Andalucía Rally
07-13 June Kazakhstan Rally Kazakhstan
01-11 July Russia Silk Way Rally
07-13 October Morocco Rallye du Maroc
06-12 November United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge
28 November – 03 December Saudi Arabia Hail Rally

FIA European Cup for Cross-Country Bajas

23-25 July Spain Baja Spain
12-15 August Hungary Hungarian Baja
26-29 August Poland Baja Poland
09-12 September Italy Italian Baja
28-30 October Portugal Baja Portalegre

FIA Off-Road Commission
FIA European Autocross Championship
The calendars for the 2020 FIA European Autocross Championships (including Cross Car and Academy Trophy) are confirmed as follows:

15-16 May Germany Seelow [1, 2, 3, 4, 6]
05-06 June Latvia Musa [1, 2, 3, 4]
12-13 June Lithuania Vilkyciai [1, 2, 3, 4]
26-27 June Germany Matschenberg [1, 2, 3, 5]
03-04 July Czech Republic Nová Paka [1, 2, 3, 4]
17-18 July France St-Georges-de-Montaigu [1, 2, 3, 6]
31 July-01 August Netherlands Toldijk [1, 2, 3]
21-22 August Czech Republic Prerov [1, 2, 3, 5, 6]
18-19 September France St-Igny-de-Vers [1, 2, 3, 5]
25-26 September Italy Maggiora [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
09-10 October Spain Mollerussa [5, 6]

Categories: [1] Super Buggy ; [2] Buggy1600 ; [3] Junior Buggy; [4] Touring AX Cup; [5] Cross Car Sr; [6] Cross Car Academy Trophy

FIA Hill Climb Commission
Should the 2021 FIA European Hill Climb Championship be affected by COVID-19 again, a new provision has been added to the Sporting Regulations, setting at five the minimum of rounds to take place to validate the FIA titles. For the FIA International Hill Climb Cup, that minimum number has been defined at three.

FIA GT Commission
The Technical Regulations for a new class of vehicle, FIA Electric GT, have been approved.

The World Council members were given an update regarding the Call for an Expression of Interest that was launched for the promotion of an FIA Electric GT competition, following the previous WMSC meeting in October, with the aim of finalizing a decision at the beginning of 2021.

FIA Touring Car Commission
The World Council members were given an update regarding the Call for an Expression of Interest that was launched for the promotion of an FIA Electric Touring Car competition, following the previous WMSC meeting in October, with the aim of finalizing a decision at the beginning of 2021.

FIA Truck Racing Commission
The 2021 FIA European Truck Racing Championship sporting and technical regulations have been approved.

A minimum of three events will have to be contested for the FIA ETRC Drivers’ and Teams’ titles to be awarded. Additionally, there will be more flexibility regarding event formats, allowing the promoter to organize a day of competition consisting three races, if justified.

It was approved to invite interested parties to supply biofuel to the teams competing in the 2021 FIA ETRC season.

FIA Drag Racing Commission
The 2021 FIA European Drag Racing calendar has been approved as follows, but will remain subject to conditions that permit the return of spectators to events being in place, due to the economic position of European drag racing:

Provisional 2021 FIA European Drag Racing Calendar

28-31 May United Kingdom Santa Pod Raceway
10-13 June Sweden Tierp Arena
8-10 July Finland Kauhava*
12-15 August Sweden Tierp Arena
27-29 August Germany Hockenheimring
9-12 September United Kingdom Santa Pod Raceway

*Top Fuel and Pro Modified competitions only
All events remain subject to ASN Approval

The 2021 FIA European Drag Racing Championship sporting and technical regulations have been approved.

FIA Drifting Commission
The Russian Drift Series LLC has been approved as the promoter of the FIA Intercontinental Drifting Cup for a term of three years. The first event is planned to take place in Riga, Latvia on a date to be confirmed and subject to a contract with the local organizers.

FIA Electric and New Energy Commission
The 2021 Electric and New Energy Championships calendar is approved as follows:
2021 E-Rally Regularity Cup

17-18 April Spain Eco Rally de la Com. Valenciana
20-22 May Czech Republic 9th Czech New Energies Rallye
19-20 June Portugal Portugal Eco Rally
08-10 July Iceland eRally Iceland 2021
09-10 September Slovenia MAHLE 4th Eco Rally
01-03 October Spain Eco-Rally Bilbao
20-24 October Monaco 6e eRallye Monte-Carlo
11-13 November Italy ECO-Dolomites GT


Solar Car Races

30-31 July Japan Suzuka Solar Car Race 2021

FIA Single-Seater Commission
Significant changes to the Sporting and Technical regulations for the FIA Formula 2 and Formula 3 Championships were approved.  The Sporting Regulations have been updated and further aligned with those in the FIA Formula One World Championship.

The 2021 Regulations in general have been amended to include significant cost cutting measures, and in order to achieve this, F2 and F3 will no longer run on the same race weekend due to time constraints.

FIA Historic Motor Sport Commission

It has been agreed that should the 2021 FIA European Historic Sporting Rally Championship and FIA Historic Hill Climb Championship be affected by COVID-19 again, a new provision has been added to their respective Sporting Regulations, setting at four the minimum of rounds to take place to validate the FIA titles.

2021 FIA European Historic Sporting Rally Championship calendar

11-13 March Spain 69 Rally Costa Brava
09-11 April Italy 36° Sanremo Rally Storico
06-08 May Czech Republic 30. Historic Vltava Rally
27-29 May Spain Rally Asturias Historico
24-26 June Hungary 54. Mecsek Rallye
15-17 July Austria Rally Weiz
13-14 August Finland Lahti Historic Rally
23-25 September Italy 33. Rally Elba Storico
21-23 October Switzerland Rallye International du Valais

2021 FIA Historic Hill Climb Championship calendar

23-25 April Austria Rechberg
28-30 May Czech Republic Ecce Homo Sternberk
18-20 June Slovenia GHD Gorjanci
02-04 July Italy Trento Bondone
09-11 July Italy Cesana Sestriere
27-29 August Slovenia GHD Petrol Ilirska Bistrica
17-19 September Croatia Buzetski Dani
24-26 September Italy Coppa Chianti Classico


2021 FIA Historic Formula 3 European Cup

16-18 July Netherlands Zandvoort

Other Historic Circuit and Regularity calendars will be decided later.

Upcoming World Motor Sport Council Meetings
Dates of the FIA World Motor Sport Council meetings in 2021 have been approved as follows:

05 March 2021 Geneva
09 July 2021 Monaco, on the occasion of the FIA Sport and Mobility Conference
15 October 2021 Paris
15 December 2021 Paris, on the occasion of the FIA Annual General Assembly


Motor Sport Strategy and #PurposeDriven movement
A motor sport strategy was presented and discussed with the council members and an extensive consultation will be organized.

Further details of the FIA’s #PurposeDriven movement, which aims to show how motor sport and mobility can bring improvements to a wider society, was revealed.

#PurposeDriven is built on the key pillars of improved health and safety on road and track, protecting our environment, diversity and inclusion and community development. #PurposeDriven amplifies the impact of a wide range of relevant projects delivered by the FIA and other motor sport stakeholders, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

FIA International Series
The WMSC has decided to remove the International Series from the scope of the Appendix S of the International Sporting Code  (FIA Covid-19 Code of Conduct) .

FIA Medical Commission
It was confirmed that Professor Gérard Saillant will step down from his role as President of the FIA Medical Commission. A special tribute was given to him for his strong leadership together with FIA Administration. He co-ordinated the medical protocol against COVID-19 that enabled Formula 1 to be the first international sporting competition to restart this year – and other FIA championships to follow.

Professor Saillant will continue as an advisor to the Commission. He will be succeeded by the current Vice-President Dr Dino Altmann of Brazil. Dr Ian Roberts will become the new Vice-President of the Commission.

Following the guidance of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), FIA has adopted its anti-doping regulations which will be effective on 1st January 2021.

FIA Safety Commission
The Commission President, Sir Patrick Head, presented the updated safety standard for entry-level competition seats. The 2020 accident statistics were presented. The FIA President reinforced the need to learn from the accident and reminded the council members of the FIA’s Vision Zero ambition. It was confirmed that the next FIA Race Director and Stewards seminars have been scheduled for the first week of February 2021.

FIA Manufacturers’ Commission
The new President of the FIA Manufacturers’ Commission Professor Burkhard Göschel presented a situation analysis on the opportunities to develop added value between customers, authorities and manufacturers for the FIA.

FIA Environment and Sustainability Commission
Chairman of the Commission – President Felipe Calderón – presented an environmental strategy, approved by the council members. It will be announced in the coming days.

2021 FIA Commissions
FIA President Jean Todt thanked the exiting Commission Presidents Paolo Cantarella, Stefano Domenicali and Pr. Gerard Saillant for their strong commitment and their unique contribution to their respective Commission.

Find below the list of 2021 FIA Commission Presidents:

Commission President Nationality
Rally Commission W. CHRISTIE NZL
World Rally Championship Commission C. BARBOSA PRT
Cross-Country Rally Commission Ms J. KLEINSCHMIDT DEU
GT Commission Ms L. GADE GBR
Touring Car Commission A. GOW GBR
Hill Climb Commission I. LAHOUD LBN
Historic Motor Sport Commission J. NAYLOR IRL
Off-Road Commission G. OLAH HUN
Drag Racing Commission L. PETTERSSON SWE
Truck Racing Commission M. VIDAL PERUCHO ESP
Electric and New Energy Championships Commission S. GACHOT FRA
Circuits Commission G. SILBERMANN USA
Homologation Regulations Commission X. SCHENE BEL
Medical Commission Dr. D. ALTMANN BRA
Land Speed Records Commission R. BANOWETZ USA
Safety Commission P. HEAD GBR
Women in Motorsport Commission Ms M. MOUTON FRA
Volunteers and Officials Commission C. SYN SGP
Single-Seater Commission R. FERNLEY GBR
Endurance Commission R. MILLE FRA
Drivers’ Commission T. KRISTENSEN DNK
CIK – International Karting Commission F. MASSA BRA
Closed Road Commission R. REID GBR
Drifting Commission A. IIDA JPN
Digital Motor Sport Commission Ms A. NORKQVIST SWE
Environment and Sustainability Commission F. CALDERON MEX
Disability and Accessibility Commission


Manufacturer’s Commision



M. Burkhard GÖSCHEL