Under the third virtual meeting to be held by Green Racing News for discussing sustainable motorsports news, Julia Palle, Formula E Sustainability Director, James Taylor, Extreme E Chief Championship Officer, Ari Mark, The Drone Racing League Head of Partnership Development, Khalil Beschir, eSkootr Championship Co-Founder, Valentina Conti, World E Bikes Series (WES) Managing Director and Beth Georgiou, ERA Championship Co-Founder & Director, will be part of the expert lineup to discuss various topics, live on May 5th.
Julia Pallé will offer details regarding the 100% electric single-seater series, which is going through the last season that will feature Gen2 car. The next steps of the division will welcome the latest generation of the official car of the grid, as well as an inclusion program that aims to have more women in the series called, FE Girls On Track.
Other topics about the competition will be discussed in an entertaining way at the Green Racing Virtual Summit #3. Technological, sustainable, technical and sports news that the series goes through, as well as the next steps to continue improving while transmitting a message of sustainability.
James Taylor will talk about Extreme E and its fast growth just one season later, six races (including one of the second season) and a lot of ambition for sustainability. In addition, it will offer exclusive details about Extreme H, the hydrogen-powered “sister” division that will debut in 2024.
Technology plays a fundamental role in the development of motorsports. Drone Racing League (DRL) is one of the pioneering divisions in this area, with years of experience and a consolidated drone championship, projected to continue growing as new technological advances are discovered.
Ari Marks, will be in charge to expose what is hidden behind the championship at a sporting and technical level, as well as reveal how the category is working closely getting into the metaverse.
Khalil Beschir will introduce scooters in a way never seen before. More than 100 km/h, aerodynamic and powerful, the all-electric S1-X will be the official vehicle of the scooter championship that aims to focus on sustainable micromobility and the safety aspects that will come with it.
Valentina Conti will be part of the expert group, who will expose 2022 as the Year of Sustainability in Motorsports, and how electric bicycles are playing a fundamental role in micromobility development and adoption of green habits.
Through a series of mountaineering competition, WES will race in Europe during the 2022 season, with full objectives of expanding on a global scale. The championship began on April 23-24 in Monaco-Peille, kicking off an eight races calendar that has stipulated so far.
Beth Georgiou will present one of the most important points concerning the development of sustainable series: Drivers first step in their sports career, as the electric single-seater championship fulfills the objective of being the platform that boosts the professional and sustainable motorsport trajectory of young people facing professional and sustainable motorsport as the first electric competition for this type of vehicle is to focus on tomorrow’s talent
To learn more about these competition series, what they offer to the public and their vision of sustainability, free registration is available for Green Racing Virtual Summit #3, scheduled for May 5th.
Written by | Ronald Ortega