Frenchman Jean Todt to seek a third term as FIA president

PARIS (AP) " Jean Todt will stand for a third term as president of motor sport's governing body this year.

Todt took up the position in 2009 when he replaced the outgoing Max Mosley and was re-elected on a four-year term in December 2013.

The election will take place in Paris in December.

The 71-year-old Frenchman says "I have decided to seek a renewed mandate as president of the FIA" adding that "over coming months, my team and I will lay out our detailed program."

Todt previously had a successful spell in Formula One as Ferrari general manager until 2007, helping the Italian manufacturer win six drivers' and eight constructors' titles and more than 100 grands prix.

This story has been automatically published from the Associated Press wire which uses US spellings

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