Jean Todt is set to spend a third term as FIA president after being the only candidate to submit a completed application ahead of the upcoming General Assembly meeting in Paris.

Former Ferrari Formula 1 chief Todt became FIA president in 2009 after defeating Finnish rally legend Ari Vatanen, and ran unopposed in 2013 to secure a second term after the opposing David Ward withdrew after failing to gain enough support.

Todt announced his intention to run for a third term as FIA president back in May, and was confirmed as the only candidate in a statement issued by motorsport's world governing body on Wednesday.

Related Articles

Todt's third term as FIA president - set to last until 2021 - will be confirmed at the FIA Annual General Assembly in Paris on December 8.

Full details of Todt's presidential list are available by clicking here.

Comments

Join the conversation - Add your comment

Please login or register to add your comment

Surely FIA president is a position many would like and for life of me I can't understand why there's no other applicants this time around or previously?

The FIA's version of Robert Mugabe.....

The F.I.A Desperately needs some young blood, it's oozies Bernies old timers.

Also can we the same team of stewards at every race.