Is UAE motorsport boss Ben Sulayem the next FIA presidential candidate? 25 September, 2013 Jean Todt with Mohammed Bin Sulayem and Bernie Ecclestone A name has now emerged, amid rumours a third candidate for December's FIA presidential elections is looming.
A name, mentioned not only by Auto Motor und Sport but also separately by Speed Week, has now emerged: Mohammad Ben Sulayem.
He is known as the highest ranking motor racing official in the United Arab Emirates, and formerly a strong supporter of Max Mosley.
The 51-year-old, a 14-time Middle East rally champion, became the first Arab named as Vice President of the FIA, and the first to be elected to the FIA World Motor Sport Council. In...
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