August 10, 2023
Condor Motor Sport Club will partner with Carbon Positive Motorsport for the Autosave Components Kinloss Stages, which will run in both September and November this year as part of the popular Back to Roots Tarmac Championship.
The partnership will see all competitors on both rounds of the Autosave Components Kinloss Stages have their estimated carbon emissions offset using Carbon Positive Motorsport's End-to-End event offsetting package.
The championships’ goal is to provide a championship which is more affordable for the grassroots competitor, and The Condor Motorsport Clubs Kinloss stages proves that it’s possible to achieve this goal and to do so taking responsibility for the environment, to help make motorsport sustainable for the future.
Kevin Jaffray competed on last year’s event with carbon offsetting provided by Carbon Positive motorsport, and went on to finish 27th.
Paul Glass, founder of Carbon Positive Motorsport said, "I’m delighted we are working with Condor Motorsport Club, who have taken the environmental impact of their events seriously.
"I’ve been highly impressed by their commitment and progressive approach and know that the Autosave Components Kinloss stages has firmly established itself as a very popular event in a short period of time, with its high-quality stages and affordability.
Tom Howie competing with carbon offsetting provided by Carbon Positive Motorsport on last year’s event. Tom finished 21st.
Last year the club planted a tree grove with Trees for Life, one of the non-profit organisations we have supported in the past. The next step of their roadmap now makes it possible to quantify, promote and offset the competitors and organisers expected carbon emissions, using local carbon offsetting projects based at Loch Ness.
It only costs a little to make a big difference for the sport, so whether you're a competitor or spectator, why not join us to help make motorsport sustainable.