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"My ambition remains for our Federation to continue to strive to be the best it possibly can – stronger, smarter, more secure, more professional and globally respected." President Todt’s re-election also confirms a restructured team at the helm of the FIA.Todt commented: "Over the years we've got to know each other, working together as partners.Today we (the FIA) are a solid but diverse community."He listed his plans for his third term of office."To strengthen the FIA's influence in every area of mobility and motor racing, to promote innovation, help existing members and reach out and welcome others from new countries."The Frenchman, whose partner is Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh, began his motor racing career in rally, finishing runner-up in the 1981 world championship as co-driver to Guy Frequelin.The new faces will bring fresh, innovative thinking to our Federation.I am particularly pleased that a number of talented women have been nominated for important positions by our clubs.Paris - Jean Todt was on Friday re-elected for a third term as president of motor racing's governing body the FIA.
The 71-year-old former Ferrari boss, who took over as chief of the Paris-based Federation International d'Automobile in 2009, was elected unopposed.Commenting on the new structure, Todt said: "I have encouraged the selection of a leadership team that is a mixture of the experienced and the new.The experienced will ensure we continue to respect our heritage, uphold our values and avoid the pitfalls of the past.He was instrumental in luring Michael Schumacher to Ferrari from Benetton, a move that was to prove inspired, with the German legend claiming five of his seven world titles for the team.As FIA chief Todt has backed the creation of the Formula E championship, and the sale of F1's commercial rights to Liberty Media.That role will now be filled by Belgium’s Thierry Willemarck, who moves from his position as President of Region I of the FIA.