Michigan International Speedway goes green

Green Flag for Green Power at Michigan International Speedway

The Michigan International Speedway has partnered with Consumers Energy to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy to racing fans.
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Conflict Among Race Enthusiasts Over EV Auto Racing

Some panelists at a recent forum on sustainability in auto racing voiced concerns.
NASCAR launches sustainability campaign with Malsam, Bryton, G-OIL, RADD and NOYS

NASCAR Links Sustainability to Safe Driving Campaign

NASCAR, best known for pushing the speed envelope, has launched a new traffic safety campaign with a sustainable twist. Rather than focusing narrowly…

Environmental Stewardship on the NASCAR Circuit….Confusing?

In Ken Belson’s New York Times article on NASCAR, the author highlights the green initiatives being taken within the industry. NASCAR, going green?…

NASCAR Goes Green: A Job Well Done or a Lipstick on a Pig?

Earlier this week NASCAR announced race cars had racked up more than one million miles of driving on Sunoco Green E15 ethanol blend,…

Hunter Lovins on Green Vehicles: Sustainability is High Performance

Sustainability Guru Heads Up an Exiting Day of Alt-Vehicle Fun, at Northern California Racetrack Sustainability leader L. Hunter Lovins is well-known for her…

Major Solar Installation Unveiled to Thousands of Fans at NASCAR Race

As NASCAR fans excitedly prepared for Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350, with its almost unending stream of activities and entertainment, there was something decidedly…

Infineon Raceway Shows Speed Freaks that Green Means Excitement

There are many things that come to mind when one thinks about automobile racing: super fast cars, high speed, noise, excitement, and even…

Infineon Raceway Announces Solar Partnership with Panasonic

On a perfect fall day, in beautiful Sonoma California, Infineon Raceway president and general manager Steve Page, along with Jim Doyle, president of…

NASCAR Track Puts Solar Power in the Pole Position

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that the overlap between NASCAR fans and environmentalists is not large. But…