FIA Motorsport Games

The FIA Motorsport Games is a unique multi-disciplinary global competition having Motor Sport drivers racing for their own nations. Drivers represent their country through a single entry per racing discipline, proudly featuring their national flag and national symbols throughout the event.

Each racing discipline offers Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals for the winners. The passion and determination to represent their nation in the best possible light motivates drivers’ ambition to stand at the winning podium. The moments of national anthem, pride and success contribute towards an overall medals table, which determines the victorious nation of the FIA Motorsport Games trophy.

More than just a racing event, the FIA Motorsport Games delivers unique entertainment value with an impressive opening ceremony taking place in the host city, multi-discipline racing in various locations, on and off-track activities and national teams for fans to support.

The FIA Motorsport Games combines sport with culture and education, and aims to create an environment that uplifts the values of respect, unity and equal opportunities by opening itself from the very grassroots of Karting Slalom all the way up to the pinnacles of the sport.

Organised by SRO Motorsports Group in partnership with the FIA, the inaugural event was staged in 2019 with Rome acting as host city and the nearby Vallelunga Circuit staging racing activities. A spectacular opening ceremony in the Italian capital was followed by three days of competition at Vallelunga, where participants tackled the GT Cup, Touring Car Cup, F4 Cup, Drifting Cup, Karting Slalom Cup and Digital Cup. Team Russia topped the overall medal table to be crowned inaugural FIA Motorsport Games champions.

The event returned for its second edition last year (26-30 October 2022), with further disciplines set to be added to the schedule. Marseille will act as host city, while Circuit Paul Ricard provided the main racing venue. With five days of action, between four different venues, the second edition did triple the number of racing disciplines and expects to welcome an estimated 100 nations and over 1000 athletes from around the world, ensuring an unforgettable racing show.




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