The FIA, the governing body of world motorsport, held a conference in Dublin recently.
The event, co-hosted by the Royal Irish Automobile Club and Motorsport Ireland was attended by other ASNs in the North European Zone.
It was led by Graham Stoker. The respected British historic motorsport man is the current FIA Deputy President for Sport
He is also a candidate for FIA presidency which will be decided later this year.
“Over last 2 days we have united to deal with challenges head on, providing solutions with an aim to ensure a sustainable future for our sport,” tweeted Mr Stoker during the conference in October.
“Proud to visit the Royal Irish Automobile Club in Dublin, involved in our Sport & Mobility works since 1901,” he said in a second tweet.
Multiple Middle East rally champion Mohammed Ben Sulayem, who was co-driven by Dubliner Ronan Morgan for much of his career is another presential candidate.
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