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Motorsport education has come a long way over the last decades. The Motorsport Knowledge Institute (MKI) believes that motorsport should be a knowledge-led sport.

Following successful delivery of over 20 Officials Safety Programs worldwide, the MKI launched first global e-learning platform for motorsport volunteers and officials: link



The MKI e-learning initiative has been strongly supported by the UAE authorities as well as endorsed by the motorsport governing bodies:

jeantodh-big1“Motorsport officials need constant training to be able to ensure we maintain the highest safety standards in our sport, a goal the FIA is relentlessly striving for. I welcome ATCUAE’s online learning platform, which allows volunteers to develop their knowledge at a time and place that best suits them. It is in line with the willingness of the FIA to offer a comprehensive framework for its member National Sporting Authorities to provide high-grade training to their personnel on the ground under Annex V of the International Sporting Code. I am looking forward to see initiatives such as ATCUAE’s to be replicated in the region and beyond.”

Jean Todt, FIA President


vito“I’m really glad with UAEMC – ATCUAE introducing this new learning tool for FIM officials and marshals worldwide. It can be used by all our Clubs and it gives us the convenience of studying in our own time, place and pace. This e-learning platform is a modern way of continuous learning and solution to communicate updates in the future”

Vito Ippolito, FIM President


mohammed-big-transparaent2“Welcome to the unique e-learning hub for motorsport volunteers and officials, brought to you by the ATCUAE and the Motorsport Knowledge Institute. No matter which country you are from and what disciplines of motorsport you are involved in, this first global e-learning platform is here to assist you in gaining more knowledge about our sport. I hope you enjoy this new opportunity to learn more about various aspects of motorsport and I welcome your views and ideas on future subjects.”

Mohammed Ben Sulayem, ATCUAE President, FIA Vice President (M)


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