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November 01, 2022 2 min read

  • Event promoter SRO Motorsports Group makes announcement following successful second edition

  • Subject to FIA world motor sport Council approval, Spanish port city to follow Rome (2019) and Marseille (2022) in welcoming FIA Motorsport Games

The Real Federación Espaola de Automovilismo and Comunitat Valenciana's crucial backing allowed SRO Motorsports Group to announce plans for the third FIA Motorsport Games to be held in Spain, with Valencia accepting host duties.

The competition is scheduled to take place in late October 2024 on a weekend when Formula 1 won't be competing, pending clearance from the FIA World Motor Sport Council. The Real Federación Espaola de Automovilismo president, Manuel Avió, and Stéphane Ratel, the founder and CEO of SRO Motorsports Group, collaborated with the Generalitat regional minister for sport to obtain Circuit Ricardo Tormo as the primary site.

The customary opening ceremony will take place in Valencia, and racing events will be centered on Circuit Ricardo Tormo, the city's core, and other adjacent locations. The announcement comes after the second FIA Motorsport Games, which saw 463 competitors from 72 FIA National Sporting Authorities (ASNs) compete for gold, silver, and bronze medals at Marseille and Circuit Paul Ricard.

The announcement of a 2024 event, scheduled for two years from now, establishes a biannual schedule for the FIA Motorsport Games, with additional information to be officially confirmed over the following months.


Stephane Ratel, Founder and CEO SRO Motorsports Group
Josep Miquel Moya, Generalitat Valenciana Director General for Sport
Gonzalo Gobert, Director Circuito de la Comunidad Valenciana Ricardo Tormo
Manuel Aviñó, president of the Real Federación Española de Automovilismo

This is a summary of an article which can be found on the FIA Motorsport Games website here

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