Green Motorsport at Autosport International 2005

Green Motorsport was at the Autosport International Show at the NEC, Birmingham, on 13th 14th January to launch their new sponsorship pack. The show is one of the largest of its kind in the world, bringing together world-wide industry leaders from the motorsport cluster and providing a showcase for the public.

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In the pack, companies are invited to make history by sponsoring the UKs first ever electric racing series, run within the world-renowned BRDC Stars of Tomorrow Championship. Sponsors will be able to boost their exposure and reputation by helping to develop green technology. They will also help young drivers to fulfill their potential and educate people about renewable energy and environmental issues. There are highly flexible packages on offer, comprising financial and product sponsorship as well as donation of equipment or facilities.

At Autosport International, Green Motorsport caught up with Ross Curnow, Formula BMW Rookie of the Year 2004 and Patron of Green Motorsport. Ross is very excited about the potential of the electric karts for accelerating driver development and is looking forward to testing the new technology in 2005. Also at the show was rising star Lewis Hamilton, who was similarly enthusiastic about the project and expressed an interest in promoting the series.

Green Motorsport already has a number of high-profile partners, including BP Solar and NPower Renewables. To find out more about how you can join them, download the information pack below. Serious partners or investors may request printed copies by telephone on 01483 763375 or by email at

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Jean Aldous
Green Motorsport
21st January 2005

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