About.

“With mind power, determination, instinct and experience as well, you can fly very high.” Ayrton Senna.

Louis Quiniou

Discover my other side here – www.louisquiniou.com

I have worked in motorsport since 2009, having started through the family run business, PMOrganisation, which included organising the Grand Prix de l’Age d’Or and Trophée Historiques de Bourgogne.

I’ve acquired all the knowledge of event management and other specific knowledge of the sport by directly working with all the key actors in the European historic scene such as Masters Historic Racing, Motor Racing Legends, Historic Motor Racing News and HSCC to name just a few.

Previously part of the Competitors Office at Peter Auto. I created and managed the Heritage Touring Cup for Touring Cars (1966-1984), as well as being involved in all Peter Auto events such as Tour Auto, Le Mans Classic, and all regular series such as CER, Sixties’ Endurance and Trofeo Nastro Rosso.

Now I work at the FIA as Sporting Coordinator for the Historic Motor Sport, Hill Climb & Off Road department in Geneva, Switzerland. If you were wondering, I’m busy and a bit of a workaholic but I love what I do and manage it all.

Know How :

– Event management.
– Sport management.
– Team working/management.
– Database build-up and management.
– Customer relationship.

Specific Motorsport Know How :

– Event build-up and management.
– Driver management.
– Officials management.
– Grid management.
– Sporting and Technical regulations understanding, interpretation and writing.
– History of the sport and cars eligibility.

This is an entirely private website, and only represents the personal views or positions of its author.


Contributors.

Rémi Dargegen – Rémi Dargegen Photography.

Website.

Facebook Page.


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2 thoughts on “About.

  1. Good morning.

    I am to soon start a cutaway illustration of the 1973 Cologne Capri car for its current Owner.

    I managed to get photographs with some bonnet, doors boot removed. Would you have any photos with any panels removed as they are not removable on the complete car. Especially the basic level of roll cage and base shell and anything else possible.

    Any information would be very gratefully received. Please see website below to see what I have already illustrated.

    Kind regards

    Roy Scorer

    Technical Illustrator

    +44 (0) 1993 897628
    +44(0) 7521524816

    http://www.royscorer.co.uk

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