Environmentalism in motorsport

Environmentalism In Motorsport

Environmentalism in motorsport

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The issue of environmentalism in motorsport surrounds the whole of auto racing to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions contributing to global warming.

Initial reception

The first series to respond to the call to make motorsport more environmentally friendly was the International Formula Master series, who planned to use a petrol–electric hybrid and regenerative braking systems in their cars for the 2007 season.Motorsport's Green Future, Autosport magazine, Vol. 189, No. 4, Pg. 76, Haymarket Publications. July 26, 2007 Meanwhile, Audi's diesel powered R10 had won the American Le Mans Series by a margin of almost 100 points from their nearest rivals. In the United Kingdom, British Touring Car Championship team West Surrey Racing (WSR) ran Rob Collard and Colin Turkington in Ethanol fueled MG ZS.

Actions taken in other series

Formula One

Formula One's governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), took until May 2007 to act upon the issue of environmental effects the sport was responsible for by holding a discussion in Monaco during the Grand Prix.<ref...
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