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FIA (Fédération International de l’Automobile) President Jean Todt and FIA Vice President Mohammed Ben Sulayem, four times winner of the Lebanon International Rally, concluded a visit to Lebanon where they had a meeting with President Michel Sleiman and Prime Minister Saad Hariri.

Discussions held were focusing on the cooperation between the government, the FIA and regional clubs on how to promote motorsport in the Middle East and Lebanon in particular.

The FIA Vice President briefed Mr. Sleiman and Mr. Hariri on the International Club Conference, particularly with issues revolving around road safety and the protection and preservation of the environment.

The Lebanese President and Prime Minister assured both Todt and Sulayem that the FIA and regional clubs had their government’s full support in whatever endeavor they chose to undertake not just in Lebanon but in the region as a whole which could help further the cause of the sport, safety and environment in general.

     

During his short trip to Lebanon, Mr. Todt visited and was impressed by the museum of Billy Karam, Ex-champion of Lebanon Rallyes. Billy’s museum carries a collection of 22,222 miniature cars, and is featured in Guinness record book.

    

Billy also accompanied Mr. Todt to the 12th Lebanon Motor Show 2010 and toured all stands, introducing him to influential personalities in the industry.

 

 
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