Creating a new movement in sport and mobility

The Commission for Micromobility and Sport regulates and promotes the safe and sustainable development of micromobility in sport and urban micromobility.

The Commission will draw on the expertise gained in the development of the new eSkootr Championship, and from the wealth of knowledge its members bring from across the sport and mobility sectors, to champion and grow new categories of sustainable micromobility in sport.  

Alex Wurz, a leading motorsport and road safety advocate is President of the Commission.

Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire, the power to unite people in a way that little else does.


The Commission for Micromobility and Sport’s governance roadmap begins with the eSkootr Championship - the Pro level of this brand-new category of sport.

Guided by a unique team of experts with a deep knowledge of world championship categories of motorsport, the Commission’s sporting, technical, safety, medical and sustainability groups will shape the new rules and oversee their implementation and consistent application to ensure the sport is well-regulated and run in a fair, equitable, safe, sustainably responsible and inclusive manner.  

Encouraging the development of grassroots competition is a key priority, creating an accessible and clear pathway from the grassroots to the elite level, with national and regional infrastructures to facilitate rider and team development. Building partnerships with mission-driven organisations who share the Commission’s values is fundamental to its approach.

Thought leaders from a wide range of backgrounds and committed to sport as a platform for purpose are being invited to join the Commission’s multi-stakeholder groups



Chaired by Silvia Bellot, the first and only female F1 Steward and FIA Race Director, with a wealth of experience in a variety of motorsport disciplines, including F2 and F3 as Race Director and over a decade as F1, WTCC, WRC, FE, F2 and F3 Chair and International Steward. FIA Women in Motorsport Ambassador.  

The group will oversee the drafting and application of the Sporting Regulations and Sporting Code that will govern micromobility sport, assuring safety and fair play for teams and riders and aspiring to the very highest standards in global sport.



Chaired by Andy Mellor, Advisor to the F1 Technical Working Group. Formerly Vice President FIA Safety Commission, Research Director at FIA Institute for Motor Sport Safety and Sustainability and Head of Motorsport at the UK Transport Research Laboratory.

The group will ensure safety research and best practice developed for racing can lead to innovations in electric scooter design, rider safety equipment and transport infrastructure to influence and be implemented across the world of consumer micromobility.



Chaired by Dr Cristiana Pace, FIA Environmental and Sustainability Commission member. Motorsport UK Sustainability Advisor. Formerly Advisor to the FIA Institute for Motor Sport Safety and Sustainability and the FIA F1 technical team’s first female engineer. Ambassador for Girls on Track Motorsport UK and Silverstone Technology Cluster. Women in Engineering Society (WES) Fellow.  

Working in close collaboration with Technical and Sport, the group aims to develop and apply best practice across Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG). To catalyse change, the group will bring the best sustainability innovations from the racetrack to the everyday user’s micromobility experience, encouraging more liveable cities across the world.



Chaired by Peter Wright, former President of the FIA Safety Commission, Chair of FIA Accident Panel, President of FIA GT and Sportscar Commission. Former Chair of FIA Institute Open and Closed Cockpit Research Groups, Chair of Karting Research Group. Former Technical Director at Team Lotus.

As well as developing and administering the technical regulations for micromobility racing, the group will identify how this new sport can act as an innovation lab, incubating and accelerating socially relevant technology innovation and transfer with which to develop the micromobility sector.



Chaired by Dr Paul Trafford, Head of the Medical Committee and Medical Advisor to Motorsport UK. COVID-19 Medical Officer Motorsport UK. FIA Medical Commission UK representative. Medical Advisor to FIA Research Working Group, Medical Director of BTCC. Former Medical Advisor to FIA Institute, chair of Motor Cycle Racing Control Board (MCRCB) Medical Panel, Medical Director for BSB and associated series including World Superbikes and MotoGP in the UK.

Working in close collaboration with Safety, the group will implement a Medical Code for all tiers of micromobility sport, applying and transferring best practice and findings from the medical research programme, to protect competitors and mitigate injury.

Kate Robson is the Commission’s Head of Programmes, leading rider development within micromobility sport for both professional riders at the pinnacle in the eSkootr Championship and at the grassroots. She brings extensive experience in sport development from her experience with the FIA Institute and FIA as well as strong relationships with National Sporting Authorities worldwide.

Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.
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