Jean Todt was elected for a second consecutive four-year term during the FIA's annual general assembly in Paris.
David Ward pulled out to support Mohammad Bin Sulayem who recently decided to not run.
According to the Telegraph, Briton Ward has been quoted as admitting that he could stand aside for Bin Sulayem
The FIA current President is now being challenged by his main rival over the Bahrain Grand Prix
David Ward has already admitted he would challenge Jean Todt for the position so who is the third?
David Ward, FIA president candidate: "I am not Max's [Mosley] man; I am not Bernie's [Ecclestone] man,"
Team bosses believe that Jean Todt is doing a very good job.
Berger: "I believe that a reorganisation is necessary and quite possible, and the FIA and Todt will play an important role."