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Ben Sulayem: Proud of how the FIA tackled challenges we faced

A year after taking office, FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem reflected on the year past and is proud of how Formula 1's governing body transitioned from the Jean Todt rule to where it is today under the Emirati's leadership. The organisation's first Arab President inherited a cauldron of problems in the aftermath of the 2021 Abu Dhabi saga which happened on the eve of his acceptance speech and lingered throughout the year as the FIA tweaked the F1 Race Direction and Stewarding roles, and the sport, of course, threw up issues upon issues to deal with. From body jewelry to budget cap busts coupled to, at times, weird Grand Prix RD decision that backfired – Ben Sulayem'sd and his new...
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