Fegat History

Founding members:
Austria
Belgium
Denmark
France
Germany
 Netherlands
Sweden
FEGAT History Presidents:
1954 – 1978 Robert Debray (FR)
1978 – 1988 Hans Mülheims (GER)
1988 – 1989 Tom van Eijden (NL)
1989 – 1993 M.Mautner Markhof (AUT)
since 1993 – Claës-L. Ljung (S)
1954 First President of F.E.G.A.T Robert Debray, France
1954 First edition F.E.G.A.T Pokal
1964 First edition European Championship for Amateurdrivers in Italy Winner: A.Talpe / Belgium
1969 Italy becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. family.
1970 Finland becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1972 Switzerland becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1972 First edition World Championship for Amateurdrivers in Germany. Winner: J.de Saint Souveur / France
1973 First edition European Championship for Amateur Lady-Drivers in Germany Winner: K.Keminen-Lapi / Finland
1975 Norway becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1978 Hans Mülheims/Germany, elected to President of the F.E.G.A.T.
1982 First edition World Championship for Amateur Lady-Drivers in Holland Winner: Agnese Palagi / Italy
1983 First edition Europa-Pokal der F.E.G.A.T. in Germany. Winner: M.L.Trouillet / France
1985 Claës-L. Ljung elected vice president of FEGAT
1986 Hungary becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1986 First edition Europa Cup in Hungary. Winner: U. Eriksson / Sweden
1987 Foundation W.A.D.F. (World Amateur Drivers Foundation)
1987 Reaffiliation from France to the F.E.G.A.T. – family
1987 Spain becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1988 Appointment Hans Mülheims to honorary President of the F.E.G.A.T.
1988 Tom van Eijden/Holland, elected to President of the F.E.G.A.T.
1989 Slovenia becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1989 Marius Mautner Markhof/Austria, elected to President of the F.E.G.A.T.
1993 First election of a woman in the F.E.G.A.T. board: Berit Tveter Alm/Norway – Vice President of F.E.G.A.T.
1993 Claës-L. Ljung/Sweden, elected to President of the F.E.G.A.T.
1994 Croatia becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1995 Russia becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1997 The Czech Republic becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
1998 First F.E.G.A.T. – competition in our new member-Country Russia, F.E.G.A.T.-Cup
2000 Ukraine becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family.
2005 First F.E.G.A.T. – competition in our new member-Country Ukraina, F.E.G.A.T.-Cup
2005 F.E.G.A.T. becomes the honour and responsability to coordinate, supervisionate and co-organize all Amateur Worldchampionships in the future (Decision taken in Vienna/Worldchampionships – 2005)
2006 France becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family. (GA -27.09.06 in Budapest)
2006 Member-countries: Austria – Belgium – Czech. Republic – Denmark – Finland – Germany – Holland – Hungary – Norway – Russia – Sweden – Switzerland – Ukraine – France
2007 Spain becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family. (GA -24.05.2007 in Copenhagen)
2007 Italy becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family. (GA -24.05.2007 in Copenhagen)
2007 F.E.G.A.T. – Member-countries 2007: 16 Members Austria – Belgium – Czech. Republic – Denmark – Finland – Germany – Holland – Hungary – Norway – Russia – Sweden – Switzerland – Ukraine – France – Spain, – Italy
2008 Dieter Kerbaum, Germany elected to Vicepresident of the F.E.G.A.T.
2009 Michel Nadji, France elected to Vicepresident of the F.E.G.A.T.
2009 Italy, excluded from the F.E.G.A.T. because of non-payment of annual contributions in 2008 and 2009 (decision – general assembley 2009)
2009 F.E.G.A.T. – Member-countries 2009: 15 Members Austria – Belgium – Czech. Republic – Denmark – Finland – Germany – Holland – Hungary – Norway – Russia – Sweden – Switzerland – Ukraine – France – Spain
2011 Italy becomes a new member of the F.E.G.A.T. – family. (Extraordinary-GA -16.09.2011 in Holland)
2011 Sabine Klettenhofer/Austria elected vice president of FEGAT
2012 Olga Bondar/Ukraine elected vice president of FEGAT
2012 F.E.G.A.T. – Member-countries 2012: 16 Members Austria – Belgium – Czech. Republic – Denmark – Finland – Germany – Holland – Hungary – Norway – Russia – Sweden – Switzerland – Ukraine – France – Spain – Italy
2013 Agusti Mascaro Pou/Spain elected vice president of FEGAT
2013 President Claës-L. Ljung elected Honorary Member of the FEGAT.   15 member countries (France has left) Austria – Belgium – Czech. Republic – Denmark – Finland – Germany – Holland – Hungary – Norway – Russia – Sweden – Switzerland – Ukraine – Spain – Italy
2014 Julia Kashkovskaya/Russia elected vice president of FEGAT.
2016 Imo Kovanen/Finland elected vice president and General Secretary of FEGAT.

Argentina takes part in the World Cup for 1st time in history.

14 member countries (Ukraine has left) Austria – Belgium – Czech. Republic – Denmark – Finland – Germany – Holland – Hungary – Norway – Russia – Sweden – Switzerland –  Spain – Italy