IAAF Awards: Winners announced

The IAAF annual conference and awards has taken place online for the second year. A number of speakers made presentations, including Ronan Mcdonagh of FIGIEFA, Quentin Le-Hetet of GIPA.  The awards are as follows:

IAAF president Richard Welland
  • Car Distributor of the Year: GSF Car Parts

  • Service Provider of the Year: Autotech Recruit

  • CV Supplier of the Year: Bosch

  • CV Distributor of the Year: Fleet Components

  • Car Supplier of the Year: Schaeffler 

In addition, IAAF Chief Executive Mark Field awarded the Outstanding Achievement prize posthumously to Steve Fisher of Apec Braking, while also giving an honourable mention to Johnathan Alexander who is back at work at FAI following a serious accident earlier in the year.

Closing remarks were made by Richard Welland, IAAF President.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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