2022 FIA ETCR Recap: Sustainability Actions: Environmental Management System

FIA ETCR’s key aim is to show that electric cars can be a key vehicle to accelerate the push towards electrification in the automotive industry.

FIA ETCR is an on-track pioneer but must show global responsibility as well in all of our processes in order to conduct more sustainable motorsport.

From its predecessor PURE ETCR in 2021, an Environmental Management System has been implemented. An EMS is a set of processes and practices that enable an organization to reduce its environmental impact and improve its operating efficiency.

Environmental care has always been an inherent part of FIA ETCR strategy. As immediate sustainable action we set up an optimized calendar in order to avoid air freight since PURE ETCR.

Furthermore, to continuously improve its management processes and set concrete KPIs, FIA ETCR promoter’s Discovery Sports Events is on its way to obtaining ISO 20121 & BCorp certifications (respectively by 2023 & 2024) supported by two environmental advisory companies.

Our events are reducing their carbon footprint and so are we.

Read more about the FIA ETCR eTouring Car World Cup’s Sustainability Actions here