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Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP ISSUES ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY BUDAPEST 2014
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP Gibraltar, Karnataka, Sharja, RIVS, Morocco, Iran, Others NEW MEMBERS GIBRALTAR CLASSIC VEHICLE ASSOCIATION KARNATAKA VINTAGE AND CLASSIC CAR CLUB NEW APPLICATIONS SHARJA REGISTRO ITALIANO VEICOLI STORICI MOROCCO IRAN INTERESTED Costa Rica Germany AUTOMOBILKLUB VON DEUTSCHLAND Hungary Hungarian Autoclub India Heritage Motoring Club of India (New Delhi) Macedonia Portugal Saudi Arabia
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP GIBRALTAR, Karnataka, Sharja, RIVS, Morocco, Iran, Others Gibraltar Classic Vehicle Association National club of Gibraltar Established in individual members 80 eligible vehicles GBZ newsletter Events almost every weekend Active social life Current Committee: Howard Danino (President) Kim Clarence Stefan Nicholson John Alcantara Neil Hall David Garcia David Risso So I could certify that this application was in full compliance with the FIVA Statutes and on the basis of Article 9.5 the General Committee admitted the applicant provisionally as a Member subject to the ratification of the General Assembly.
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP Gibraltar, KARNATAKA, Sharja, RIVS, Morocco, Iran, Others Karnataka Vintage and Classic Car Club Regional club Established in individual members Over 600 vehicles, 100 motorcycles Hon. Secretary: Dr. Ravi Prakash President: P.S. Premnath Numerous local and regional events ANF: Vintage and Classic Car Club of India First objection then in agreement I could certify that this application was in full compliance with the FIVA Statutes and on the basis of Article 9.5 the General Committee admitted this applicant provisionally as a Member subject to the ratification of the General Assembly.
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP Gibraltar, Karnataka, SHARJA, RIVS, Morocco, Iran, Others Sharja Old Car Club Established in 2008 Oldest HV club in the Emirates 100 individual members listed, more than 1 vehicle each Active social life, numerous events Chairman: Dr. Salah Taher Alhaj Tipically in the territory of Sharja (regional club) ANF Emirates Classic Car Club made an OBJECTION: FIVA is adequately represented in the Emirates Regional Representative NOT recommending 9.2. If the Applicant belongs to a nation which is already represented by a Member in the F.I.V.A, the Secretariat of the F.I.V.A shall inform such Member which will have to make known, within one month's time, whether there are any objections to make to the application. The opinion of any such Member shall be submitted to the General Assembly together with the proposal of the General Committee regarding the application for membership, upon which the General Assembly will decide by sovereign right.
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP Gibraltar, Karnataka, Sharja, RIVS, Morocco, Iran, Others Registro Italiano Veicoli Storici Home page: “The Italian legislation in the field of historic vehicles over the years has allowed the formation of a de facto oligopoly, where a few private associations have arrogated the right to distribute the benefits to the preservation of historic vehicles, turning a passion of many a privilege granted just a few. The Rivs, strong ten-year experience in this field, aims to provide all the necessary tools to disrupt this oligopoly and address the various issues relating to the historic motor, with the intention of broadening the base of the fans and the ability of each to preserve the their vehicles. For this reason, the Registry has decided to turn most of its energy to the legal, financial and insurance issues that are the most controversial for the fans.” Established 10 years ago Head office in Padova 60 clubs from all over Italy 2011: 6334 individuals, 2012: eligible vehicles 2011: 58 club events, 2012: 54 Structure: National Assembly (club presidents), National Governing Council (elected from members) + Regional Governing Councils, President, Affiliated Clubs, members of clubs National president: Mr. Rossano Nicoletto ANF ASI made an OBJECTION: RIVS is fragmenting the movement, it is a business entity General Committee is NOT recommending the admission of this organization since it is mostly a business oriented alliance far from the FIVA spirit and they would fragment the movement
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP Gibraltar, Karnataka, Sharja, RIVS, MOROCCO, Iran, Others Fédération Marocaine des Véhicules d’Epoque (FMVE) Established in May 2013 Federation of clubs Clubs of 8 cities + 5 more applications Covering 100 individuals + further 50 applicants 61 eligible cars Hon. President Mme Saida Ibrahimi 4 national events, exhibitions and rallies Will be eligible in May 2016!!
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP Gibraltar, Karnataka, Sharja, RIVS, Morocco, IRAN, Others MAFIRI Motorcycle and Automobile Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (registered as an athletic federation), FIA and FIM representative Historic section: established in 1998 federation of collectors and clubs, President: Dr. Ramin Salekhou, elected member of the FIA Historic Section Main focus is HVs: restoration and documentation of HVs (Shah’s cars = basis of the National Car Museum of Iran), initiated enthusiast clubs (VW Beetle, Hillman, Mercedes, BMW and US car club) Lots of events (Himalaya Trial, Peking-Paris and lots of local) since 2001 More than 100 members, more than 1 vehicle each Member of the national HV classification committee During the 2014 AGA a personal meeting took place with the Pres. of MAFIRI and more accurate documentation was promised TACI Touring and Automobile Club of Iran FIA representative 750 historic section members with a wide range of cars Historic department from 2010 Not specializing in HV, no separate membership Administratior of the national HV classification committee by legislation, where MAFIRI is also a member
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP Gibraltar, Karnataka, Sharja, RIVS, Morocco, Iran, OTHERS Costa Rica - A Mr. Diego Rodrigez, member of the FIA Historic Commission is interested in joining FIVA for his club “Autonóvil Club dr Costa Rica”. We are awaiting more information. Macedonia - A Mr. Blagoja Petrovski asked about affiliation to FIVA for his club „Concours d'Elegance Organization”. Germany - Automobilklub von Deutschland, an association and federation of clubs like ADAC wishes to renew their earlier membership but they have to present a new application as per our Statutes 9.6. It is under preparation. Hungarian Autoclub – started their Historic section this year and renewed last year’s application. They may be eligible after 3 years operation. India - Heritage Motoring Club of India (New Delhi), with a membership of 260 preserving 3000 HVs, presented a letter of intent. A possible national alliance could be formed conducted by dr. Ravi Prakash of our new member KVCCC.
Yesterday’s Vehicles on Tomorrow’s roads MEMBERSHIP Gibraltar, Karnataka, Sharja, RIVS, Morocco, Iran, OTHERS Portugal - In 2009 ACP Classicos, the Historic Section of the Portuguese Autoclub submitted an application for FIVA membership which was approved at that time. Our ANF CPAA objected to the application saying ACP Classicos was already a member to FIVA through a newly established federation FPVA. ACP Classicos explained that FPVA is not a member of FIVA let alone not the ANF and ACP Classicos could not be a member in CPAA as CPAA is only a club, not a federation. The General Assembly gave 1 year to CPAA to transfer the ANF status to the federation, but the federation was not properly established so the process stretched on and on. An application renewal was presented by president Mr. Carlos Barbosa for FPVA / ACP Classicos. They put forward an application and reported an agreement among clubs about a rotation in the FPVA presidency. ACP Classicos claims to have 3959 active members with more than 500 vehicles and as the biggest club wishes to be member of his own right. Saudi Arabia - The Saudi Arabian Motor Federation (www.SAMF.gov.sa) is a typical general motoring and sporting organization. There are allegedly thousands of classic vehicles at private collectors, just 300 presented on the latest classic car show. The Federation was established in 2006, is affiliated with FIA and FIM, and is presided by HRH Prince Sultan Bin Bandar Al Faisal. Their events include classic car circuit racing cross-country SUV rallies and drag racing. They claim to have 1200 members.www.SAMF.gov.sa