Briefly: Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (in French: Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, abbreviation: FIA; abbreviation for Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) is the world's motorsport and the world's leading automobile organization. The governing body of the Federation, founded in 1904 and headquartered in Paris, is a non-profit association. One of the main objectives of the FIA is to encourage and enforce common regulations for all forms of motor sport and series around the world, for the To be admitted to FIA activities, the product must be FIA certified, and testing on the certified product must also be approved by the FIA. Before FIA certification is granted.
FIA HOMOLOGATION OF SAFETY EQUIPMENT
One of the FIA's key objectives is to encourage the adoption of safety regulations for all forms of motor sports and series across the world. The safety equipment includes driver's equipment, such as the FIA Championship-approved helmet type, the front head restraint system FHR. (Frontal Head Restraint), protective clothing, etc. Certification of safety equipment requires testing at an FIA accredited testing laboratory and then the test report and certification are submitted to the FIA. The application is submitted to the ASN (National Sporting National Authority) of the country where the product is located. (Authority), ASN and then submitted to FIA Security for approval. The validity of the certificate is 5 years, most products can be extended for 3 years.
List of safety equipment and corresponding standards:
|1||Safety harnesses （6 straps）||FIA standard 8853-2016|
|2||Safety harnesses （4 straps）||FIA standard 8854-98|
|3||Competition seats ||FIA standard 8855-1999|
|4||Protective clothing for automobile drivers||FIA standard 8856-2018|
|5||FIA rollcage padding standard ||FIA standard 8857-2001|
|6||Frontal head restraint (FHR) system ||FIA standard 8858-2010|
|7||Premium helmet||FIA standard 8859-2015|
|8||Advanced helmet ||FIA standard 8860-2018|
|9||Energy-absorbing devices within the barriers of formula one tyres||FIA standard 8861-2000|
|10||Advanced racing seat ||FIA standard 8862-2009|
|11||Racing nets ||FIA standard 8863-2013|
|12||Wheel restraint cables ||FIA standard 8864-2013|
|13||Plumbed-in and hand-held fire extinguisher systems ||FIA standard 8865-2015|
|14||Rally door foam ||FIA standard 8866-2016|
|15||Protective clothing for mechanics (to be used outside race time) ||FIA standard 8867-2016|
|16||Biometric devices||FIA standard 8868-2018|
|17||Single-seater additional frontal protection - HALO||FIA standard 8869-2018|
|18||Karting body protection ||FIA standard 8870-2018|
|19||Accident data recorder (ADR) ||FIA standard 8872-2018|
|20||Karting high seats ||FIA standard 8873-2018|
|21||Race car rain lights||FIA standard 8874-2019|
|22||Safety fuel bladders ||FT3-1999, FT3.5-1999 and FT5-1999|
|23||Formula one and sports car headrest materials||FIA headrest standard|
FIA HOMOLOGATION OF CIRCUIT EQUIPMENT
The drawing of any new circuit wishing to be issued an FIA licence is studied by the FIA down to the finest detail through various simulation processes. There is for instance a very careful assessment of the consistency of the curve trajectory, the deceleration zones and the impact-absorbing trackside protection with the safety levels required by the FIA standards. Once the circuit is built, a very thorough verification of the safety level of the track is performed by an FIA inspector before an FIA licence can be issued. The certification of a circuit device requires that the relevant tests be performed at an FIA-approved test laboratory and that the test report and certification be submitted to the FIA. The application is submitted to the ASN (National Sporting National Authority) of the country where the product is located. (ASN), ASN is verified and submitted to FIA Circuits Division for approval. The Certificate of Circuits is valid for 5 years.
List of circuit equipment and corresponding standards:
|2||Bodywork and bumpers|
|3||Rear wheel protection|
|10||Exhaust system for KZ2 and KZ1 engines |
Application submission: ATIC assists manufacturers in preparing their applications
Sending samples for testing: ATIC is responsible for issuing test plans and assisting in sending samples.
Submittal: ATIC assists manufacturers in submitting data to ASN and FIA for review.
Factory Audits: ATIC will assist manufacturers in preparing audit materials if required.
Issuance of certificates: updated technical list on the FIA website
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