In an intriguing turn of events, Britain’s Royal Automobile Club motoring club has questioned the value of their membership in the FIA. As a founding member of the FIA and a club since 1897, RAC’s chairman Tom Purves offered a scathing commentary in a letter revealed by The Sunday Telegraph’s Christian Sylt:
“there is a lack of the narrative or detail in the FIA accounts that one would not expect of an international entity, or UK entity. This may be because they are prepared in a way that meets merely the minimum standards required of a French, not-for-profit organisation.”
“as a chairman responsible for the deployment of members’ funds in an appropriate manner, I question...
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