Investigations begin into more eco-friendly fuels, targeting a more sustainable future for all classes of the Championship.
The FIM, IRTA, the MSMA and Dorna Sports have begun to work on refocusing the long-term sustainability goals of the FIM MotoGP World Championship.
All parties agree on the importance of sustainability both within the Championship and around the world at large, and are designing a path to making all classes of the FIM MotoGP World Championship more eco-friendly, with particular focus on more sustainable fuels.
In one of the most competitive eras ever, built on many years of technical and sporting regulation changes aimed at creating the greatest racing show on Earth, all stakeholders are committed to creating a greener Championship without compromising the incredibly high level of sport and entertainment, targeting a sustainable future for both the global environment and the MotoGP paddock. As a consequence, all parties are also in agreement that this opportunity should be used to propose global solutions to address the performance of the MotoGP™ class machines in order to continue to improve the safety of the riders.
More information on the sustainable future of the Championship will be provided in the coming weeks and months as work continues towards creating an attainable vision of a more eco-friendly MotoGP.