Mohammed bin Sulayem, President of the Emirates Automobile and Motorcycle Organization, and Vice President of the International Automobile Federation (FIA), attended the 50th Anniversary of the Barum Rally in the Czech Republic, including one of the European Rally Championship rounds.
During his visit to the Czech Republic, he met the President of the Czech Motorsport Federation in the capital, Prague, and also met the Mayor of Zlin in the Town Hall, the President of the National Sports Agency, and the Minister of the Developed Region, on a trip that also saw his visit to the ŠKODA Automobile Industry Factory and meet the teams and officials in the FIA Championship. European Truck Racing.
Ibn Sulayem valued his visit to the Czech Republic, describing it as fruitful in getting to know more about the development that motor sport is witnessing day after day. » In this championship, it is an excellent opportunity to exchange views on the future of motorsport in the world and in particular in Europe.
He pointed out that the UAE has made advanced strides in motor sport, whether in organizing the largest events or external participation, which was positively reflected in this sport’s assumption of a great position.
Ibn Sulayem said that the exchange of experiences between all countries of the world had a great impact on the development and spread of motor sport in an institutional way, and contributed to achieving the desired goals, noting that the FIA has important roles in linking countries, follow-up and attention. From this point of view, he was keen to apply for candidacy in the coming period, believing in the requirements of the stage for this sport, which has diverse experiences.