FIA President to make Keynote Address
Mosley will offer an invaluable insight into the future of the FIA Formula One World Championship, one which will involve one of the biggest technological advancements in the sport’s history. With the inclusion of new ecologically-friendly regulations, it is a future that promises many benefits for all those involved from drivers and manufacturers to the sponsors and the fans.
Mosley said: “Formula One now finds itself on the threshold of a new era of technological relevance.
“Energy-efficiency has already been earmarked as the future of the multi-billion dollar global automotive industry and Formula One will now help to accelerate this process. It is a move that will affect every industry involved in Formula One and will change the whole ethos and outlook of our sport.”
This keynote address will be delivered on the morning of the second day of the Forum. It adds hugely to what is already one of the most exciting conference line-ups in motor sport history.
This line-up includes F1 team principles Nick Fry, John Howett, Colin Kolles and David Richards, who will join F1 driver David Coulthard and Vodafone’s head of global sponsorship Peter Harris for a question and answer panel session about the sport and its commercial future. This session will take place directly after Mosley’s keynote address. It is one morning that no professional involved in the sport can afford to miss.
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This year’s Forum will take place on 6-7 December 2006 to coincide with the FIA Gala Awards Dinner. A number of hotel rooms have been reserved for delegates at Le Meridian Beach Plaza hotel, a short walk from the Grimaldi Forum. These can be booked through the Motor Sport Business Forum.
The hotel will also be the venue for the event’s cocktail reception, hosted by Amber Lounge.
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