The French Motorsport Federation (FFSA) and the French Motorcycling Federation (FFM) are intensifying their cooperation to develop a development strategy that meets the 2050 carbon neutral target.
under their leadership Presidents Nicolas Deschaux and Sébastien Poirierthey two federations established for this purpose The first environmental barometer for motor sports supplemented by the study ofeconomic and social impact in extension of 2019 Act 1 implementationheaded by Farm EY (Ernst & Young) and major industry players (Clubs, Circuits, Teams, Licensees), the purpose of this study isEvaluate its economic weight and estimate its environmental impact.
likeeuropean union has pledged to employ carbon neutral by 2050, FFSA and the FFM Actively position yourself in the same process.motivation shared valuesnot only, same problem, It was natural for the two bodies to pool their skills.of ecological transition today entity for practice and actors motor sports.
this 1st Environmental Barometer of motor sports division Therefore, there is an important resonance. In addition to precisely definingcarbon impact Among these activities, it is necessary to identify all existing means to move towards the actual goal. Ecological transition of motor sports Decide on an enabling roadmap. FFSA and FFM commit practically to the goal of carbon neutralSince their creation, motor sports it was real all along Innovation Laboratory This has greatly advanced our everyday mobility.Therefore they are Leading role in the environmental revolutionThis barometer ultimately drives ambitious policies shared by all players in the sector.
A study that started a few weeks ago has already been successful.Surveys sent to sector players and personalities motor sports, a high response rate. Sufficient to secure the will and determination of enthusiastic communities to mobilize for civic causes when necessary.
The results of this study will be published in March in Paris in 2023.
Nicolas Deschaux, President of the French Motorsport Federation, said: “ We are pleased to strengthen the collaboration between our federation and the Fédération Française de Motocyclisme (FFM). To those players who are already committed to reducing motorsport’s environmental footprint, thank you for contributing to the creation of this first barometer for our sector. Considering our goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, this is the way forward for us. ”
Sébastien Poirier, President of the French Motorcycle Federation, said: “ This first environmental barometer is decisive for the motorsport sector. It engages us in a responsible and practical way to reach our carbon neutral goals by 2050. It was natural for us to pool our skills to tackle this existential challenge of the two federations in the image of the economic impact studies that were conducted. This made it possible to establish a position, especially against public institutions. »