Racing Towards a Sustainable Future

21st July 2021 – A review of the sustainability performance of international racing circuits

Right Hub is delighted to present their latest work, the Sustainable Circuits Index™ (2021 edition), which you can find attached to this news. It is the first ever study focusing on the sustainability performance of international racing circuits, produced in collaboration with the UK based sustainability consulting firm Enovation Consulting Ltd.

The analysis of 96 racing circuits around the world assesses their sustainability performance against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) framework and industry specific environmental and social targets, awards and accreditations and was carried out using carefully calibrated indicators and third-party validation by industry and academic experts.

The assessment was carried out between August and December 2020, meaning possible improvements made by circuits at a later stage were not included in this year’s review and will be noted in next year’s edition, which will be published in July 2022.

The 2021 edition of the Sustainable Circuits Index™ saw Mugello Circuit (Italy) taking the lead in terms of sustainability strategy implementation, followed by the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Spain) and the Circuit Paul Ricard (France).

We would like to thank Professor Paolo Taticchi of UCL (UK) for his guidance on this work and our partners ENEL X and TÜV NORD Italia.

We remain at your disposal for any questions.

Download the official press release

Download the international study

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