The Italian Competition Authority accepts commitments from the official federation operating in the market of sport motoring and closes proceedings without imposing sanctions (Gargano Corse / ACI)

On 11 June 2009, the Italian Competition Authority (hereinafter, also the "Authority") closed proceedings in the sport motoring market accepting the commitments presented by the official federation and without imposing fines. Legal Background Investigation had previously started against ACI ("Automobile Club d'Italia") on complaint presented by Gargano Corse, Salerno Corse (two sporting associations also operating in the promotion and organization of motor-racing events) and FIAS ("Federazione Italiana Automobilismo Sportivo", an associative institution having the aim of representing all entities active in the motor-racing sector). ACI is a public entity and official motoring federation in charge with the organization of motor-racing events. It has an important role in the Italian

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  • Luiss Guido Carli University (Rome)

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Valerio Torti, The Italian Competition Authority accepts commitments from the official federation operating in the market of sport motoring and closes proceedings without imposing sanctions (Gargano Corse / ACI), 11 June 2009, e-Competitions June 2009, Art. N° 28300

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