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2009 Cleaner Racing Conference at Autosport International

07 January 2009

Location: Birmingham, UK

3rd European Cleaner Racing Conference
at Autosport International

Winning Real Value from Energy Efficiency In Motorsport

NEC, Birmingham
Wednesday 7 January 2009
09:00 - 17:00

For full programme details of this essential event - Click Here

The MIA will combine, in ONE vast room at the NEC Birmingham, a world class “ Cleaner Racing Conference” for 200 delegates surrounded by a “demonstration showcase” of up to 15 current energy efficient solutions available from the UK. We believe this is the first time such a combined concept has been used.

F1 teams race hybrids for the first time in history

Motorsport and sponsors are successfully embracing the commercial benefits gained from energy efficiency.  Each season welcomes new “green” initiatives making sponsorship and technology more relevant, in changing times.  Motorsport shows the way forward in positively promoting energy efficiency and attracting public interest.  There is no going back.

Businesses can gain valuable new business from these developments and attract new technology partners and sponsors.  This conference brings delegates up to date with developments and new plans, as well as providing an opportunity to listen to experts who are already delivering programmes.

  • F1 teams will run Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS)
  • Le Mans allows and encourages hybrid powertains
  • Indy Racing League attracts international ethanol partners
  • Corvette wins inaugural ALMS Green Challenge at Petit Le Mans
  • BTCC new rules limit CO2 emissions for the first time
  • Honda’s award winning Earthdreams programme demonstrates good citizenship and corporate responsibility.

Confirmed speakers included:

  • Ulrich Baretzky - Audi Engine Legend Click Here
  • Lord Drayson - Who drove the first British GT race winning bio-ethanol powered Aston Martin DBRS9 Click Here
  • Ian Foley - Williams Hybrid Power Click Here
  • Nick Fry - Honda F1 - Earth Dreams project address different solutions to environmental issues Click Here
  • Alan Gow - BTCC Series Director and Chairman of MSA - C02 emissions limited in BTCC for 2009 Click Here
  • Nick Hayes - 
  • Fred Nation - Indy Racing League
  • Jonathan Neale - McLaren Racing Click Here
  • Pat Symonds - Renault F1 Click Here
  • Don Taylor - National Hot Rod Association Click Here
  • Jamie Turner - Group Lotus Click Here
  • Peter Wright - FIA Click Here

Book Now as places are strictly limited

Ticket Prices

  • FREE to all MIA Members - (max of two per company - 50% discount for more)
  • Non-members £250 + VAT

For more information and to book your place please contact Clare Stone 
on +44 (0)2476 692 600 or email clare.stone@the-mia.com

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