Mosley re-elected as FIA President 28 Oct 2005
Max Mosley has been elected President of the FIA for a further four years by the FIA General Assembly which met in Rome on Friday. It is Mosleys fourth consecutive term as head of the international body which governs Formula One racing.
Mosley was first elected President of FISA (Federation Internationale du Sport Automobile), the FIA's then sport division, in 1991 and re-elected in 1992. In 1993, after FISA was merged with the main body of the FIA, he was elected President of the FIA for the first time. He was re-elected in 1997, 2001 and again today.
The General Assembly, the supreme executive body of the FIA, which consists of the presidents of each of the FIA's member clubs and national organisations, voted unanimously for Mosleys re-election. There were no other candidates.