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1 CHANGES IN ANTI-DOPING Sandra Camargo Head of FIA Medical Affairs FIA CMO Seminar, Valencia,

2 2 subjects: FIA ADHERENCE TO WADA CODE FIA DOPING PREVENTION PROGRAMME 2 actors: FIA ASNs

3 1. ADHERENCE TO WADA CODE December 2010 December 2010 FIA will become a signatory to the World Anti-Doping Code FIA will become a signatory to the World Anti-Doping Code Fully revised FIA regulations will come into effect Fully revised FIA regulations will come into effect

4 What will this mean for the FIA?

5 No major regulatory changes No major regulatory changesExcept: -Inclusion of International Standards -Additional procedures -Report to WADA on FIAs and ASNs activities on FIAs and ASNs activities -Possible revision of FIA decisions by WADA

6 But in exchange: -Opportunity to actively participate in world anti-doping improvements -Access to services available for the Code Signatories such as ADAMS -Better image (safety, health, ethics) -More coherence between anti-doping efforts and FIAs position in the international sporting community

7 What will this mean for the ASNs?

8 It will depend on the role of the National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO) Extract from the future Appendix A: In some countries, the ASN itself will be conducting the Doping Control described in the Regulations. In other countries, many of the Doping Control responsibilities of the ASN are delegated or assigned by statute or agreement to a NADO. In those countries, references in the Regulations to the ASN shall apply, as appropriate, to the NADO.

9 Practically, and in most countries: The ASNs duties will be: -Establishing good relations with its NADO and convincing it to be active in motor sport -Assisting its NADO in all national anti-doping activities run in motor sport -Helping FIA in its anti-doping activity and responsibilities (link with NADO and drivers, etc.) -Making sure its licence-holders are aware of the anti-doping regulations

10 2.DOPING PREVENTION PROGRAMME

11 What has happened since 2006? -Race True campaign in karting in Presentation at the FIA CMO Seminar in Bahrain in And now, the FIA CMO Seminar in Valencia in 2010… -Well, but in practical terms… nothing has been achieved since 2006.

12 So… Objective Valencia: To bring you good and reliable news!!!To bring you good and reliable news!!!

13 First, define what we are looking for.

14 Challenges from the drivers side -Not time-consuming -Not boring -Easy to access -Efficient

15 Challenges from FIAs side -Meet the drivers challenges -Involve the ASNs -Reach as many drivers as possible -Be aware of what is going on -Find a reasonable price -Find a long-term solution

16 Second, find it! The FIA Race True E-learning solution The FIA Race True E-learning solution Available from January 2011 Available from January 2011

17 The solution will include: -A course -A quiz (a certificate if successful) both available in 5 languages both available in 5 languages -An FIA branded aspect -A management tool

18 The ASNs – main actors What they will get: -Access for free -A link directly from their website -Their logo together with the FIA logo -Access to reports and statistics

19 The ASNs – main actors What they will do: Convince as many licence- holders as possible to follow this course Convince as many licence- holders as possible to follow this course

20 Now, lets stop talking and get the feel of what it will look like start the demo start the demo

21 THANK YOU!


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