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FIM Merayakan Anniversary ke 110 April 15, 2014

Posted by prasetyo676 in General.

Prast 676 – Sekedar share informasi dari http://www.motogp.com, tentang FIM yg telah berusia 110 tahun.
Berikut ini Berita lengkapnya :

The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) was founded on December 21, 1904, in the rooms of the
restaurant Ledoyen in Paris, under the name of Fédération Internationale des Clubs Motocyclistes.
The Motocycle-Club de France organised a race called the International Cup in Dourdan, to the south-west of
Paris, on September 25, 1904 with the participation of Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, and Great Britain.
The race was won by France, but it became apparent that a sporting authority was needed to settle potential
disputes arising out of international events. As a result, the sports clubs of the five countries put forward the
idea of creating the Fédération Internationale des Clubs Motocyclistes (FICM).


However, in July 1906, on the occasion of the International Cup in Patzau, Bohemia, the delegates of the
participating countries – Austria, France, Germany and Great Britain – unanimously decided to dissolve the
FICM. In the event, the FICM was not formally dissolved but just remained dormant for the next five years.
The Auto-Cycle Union of Great Britain then took the initiative of convening a meeting at Olympia in London on
28 November 1912 which was attended by delegates from Belgium, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Italy, the
Netherlands and the United States.
The FICM was re-established in order to control and develop the sporting and touring aspects of motorcycling
and to assist all motorcycle users. Two weeks later, a Congress was held in Paris in which Germany, Austria
and Switzerland also took part. These ten countries are considered as the official founder members of the
The Marquis de Mouzilly St-Mars was elected Patron and the Honourable Sir Arthur Stanley MP President.
The following year, the first international event held under the aegis of the FICM took place: the International
Six Days Reliability Trial, forerunner of today’s International Six Days’ Enduro.
By the eve of the Second World War, the FICM had 30 affiliated members. In 1936 the first Speedway World
Final took place in the Wembley Stadium. This was the first official FI(C)M World Championship and the first
World Champion title was won by Australian rider Lionel van Praag.
In 1937, an agreement was drawn up by the FICM and the AIACR (the International Association of
Recognised Automobile Clubs, predecessor of the FIA) defining their relationship and providing for very close
collaboration between both organisations.
After the war, the FICM resumed its activities in 1946. In 1947 in the Netherlands, an event called “cross-
country” was held with riders from Great Britain, Belgium and Holland. It was the first Motocross des Nations.
In 1949, the FICM became the Fédération Internationale Motocycliste (FIM). That same year saw the launch
of the world’s most prestigious motorcycling competition: the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix,
now known as the MotoGP™ World Championship.

Source : motogp.com


1. cahyadip - April 15, 2014

Congratulation on the 110th anniversary of FIM


prasetyo676 - April 15, 2014

Bravo FIM..


2. salapan tilu - April 16, 2014



prasetyo676 - April 16, 2014

Joss gandoss… hehehe..


3. Tukimin - April 16, 2014

wis tuwo … seumuran dg sejarah mobil.
kata Grand Prix dr bahasa Prancis om… imho


prasetyo676 - April 16, 2014

Iya. Dah sepuh..
Makasih input tambahannya.


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