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Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile


The Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, also known as the FIA, serves as the principal governing body for motorsport globally, and the federation of the world's leading motoring organizations. The primary role of the Federation is to regulate and promote various forms of motorsport globally, along with overseeing road car safety and sustainability initiatives. Bringing together over 230 national motoring and sporting organizations from 134 countries across five continents, the federation is dedicated to representing the rights of motoring organizations and motor car drivers worldwide. The Federation collaborates with teams, organizers, and stakeholders to ensure fair competition, technical innovation, and driver safety. The FIA's involvement is integral to maintaining the integrity and success of Formula One races.


The FIA meets following the exhilarating Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to decide who will be the rightful winner of the 2021 Formula One World Championship. 
With the championship battle hanging in the balance between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, the committee shoulders the weight of this pivotal decision. Amidst this deliberation, the committee will also assess the efficacy of the 2022 rules designed to promote more competitive racing and reduce team dominance in Formula One.
Additionally, the contentious issue of Red Bull's alleged breach of the 2022 cost cap adds complexity to this discourse.Delegates must strike a balance between the goal of fair competition and maintaining the sport's credibility while they engage in rigorous debate. The FIA's decisions will ultimately shape the future trajectory of Formula One Racing.

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