How motorsport can improve its green credentials

How motorsport can improve its green credentials

How can motorsport best improve its green credentials? That is a question that is being asked all over the world currently. AUTOSPORT asked two experts to put forward their ideologies for the future

Motor racing and the environment. It's an issue that has been raised many times in recent years as the clouds of environmental consciousness have gathered over a sport that seems to be, in terms of its ideology, at odds with the needs of the 'greens'.

It is not an issue that is being ignored, however. AUTOSPORT engaged the opinions of two industry experts; Andrew Davis of the Environmental Transport Association and Williams F1's technical director Sam Michael, to find out how best to improve the sport's green credentials.

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