Graham Stoker will try to get to the position of the FIA president later this year.
As the FIA president election is slowly approaching, candidates start sharing their desire to participate. It has been announced lately that the FIA deputy president for sport Stoker will be a part of the election.
Stoker himself spoke about his program: “I want the FIA and our Member Clubs to gain global influence across all aspects of sport and mobility, emerging transport and energy trends.”
“We will build on the outstanding work of President Jean Todt over the last 12 years and are proud to have been able to help introduce many new innovative programs and resources to support Members and have assisted the President in developing our Clubs and building the FIA into a strong, respected and influential international organization,” he added.
“Our core belief is an FIA for All which will continue to strengthen our Federation – for our Members, our Sport, and our Society,” he said in the conclusion.
It has also been confirmed that Tom Kristensen, Thierry Willemarck, and Brian Gibbons are in Stoker’s team.
The Briton is the second candidate in the elections after Mohammed ben Sulayem.