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FIA Foundation appoints new Director General

24 January 2014

The FIA Foundation is pleased to announce that with effect from 1st February Saul Billingsley has been appointed Director General in succession to David Ward, who resigned in August 2013.

Saul joined the Foundation from the FIA when it was formed in 2001, and was appointed Deputy Director General in 2004. We are confident that he will now lead it with distinction and will work with the FIA, the FIA Institute, our member clubs, and our other global partners to achieve our overriding goal of safer, cleaner, more sustainable mobility around the world.
 

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