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We are Tomorrow's Wheels, a platform that aims to educate individuals and institutions on social and environmental sustainability in motorsport and drive change in the sector. We believe that education, awareness building and collaboration are key steps to create change. Therefore, our work starts from the foundation, by raising awareness of under-looked issues, collaborating with experts in the industry, sharing innovation and discussing sustainable solutions. 


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Formula E is a city-based, single-seater, all-electric racing championship. The series was conceived in 2011 and launched in 2014. Since day one, Formula E has aimed to promote sustainable mobility and motorsport through vehicle electrification.

Sustainability Pillars



Innovation & leadership
To reinforce its leadership, brand reputation and credibility through the adoption of the best internationally recognized standards for sustainable event management and environmental excellence in sporting events.


Environmental excellence
To implement the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals within its environmental strategy and align its carbon emissions with climate science.


Social progress
To build more inclusive, resilient, and diverse communities within its host cities through the implementation of its strategic engagement plan.


Creating values through values
To enhance its teams’ and partners’ visibility and reputation by developing bespoke sustainability campaigns and activations.

Environmental Impact

Formula E is on its 9th season. Although the series is considered relatively new, they are way ahead the curve when it comes to sustainable management.


The series has become the first sport to be certified net zero carbon from inception and the first to join the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), which means they set science-based targets consistent with the goal of limiting the Earth's warming to 1.5°C.

Not only offsetting, Formula E is actively trying to reduce its carbon emissions. Compared to Season 5's 45,000 tonnes of CO2e, the series has reduced 24% of its overall emissions in only three years. 

tonnes of CO2e

*Total emissions of ​Season 8

Formula E Season Emissions

From the total emissions, 98.8% fall within Scope 3, while Scope 1 represents 1% of the emissions and Scope 2 0.2%.

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The freight of cars and equipment is FE's biggest carbon footprint contributor. Although it is the most significant source of emissions, the series reduced 7.5 tonnes CO2e from Season 5 to Season 8 by making changes on the calendar while increasing the number of races.   

Business travel is in second place. This category applies to all individuals flights and ground transportation, as well as hotels for all members of the teams and workers of event partners.

Operations include all event-related impacts, such as broadcasting, circuit energy use, generation use, and team impact at circuit.

Spectators travel include global and local emissions produced by fans' travels.

Food and drinks include all the food provisions at the track.

Car include emissions related to car parts and batteries.

What is Formula E doing?

Formula E is exceptionally committed to environmental and social sustainability. After all, the series was created with sustainability at its core and has built a fan base who is familiar with environmental and social issues, and wants to see real changes. 

Formula E launched the GEN3 in its latest season, which is considered to be "the fastest, lightest, most powerful and efficient electric race car ever built." Using a LCA from beginning to end, the car was created to have as low carbon footprint as possible. Besides using 26% of natural rubber and recycled fibers in its tires, the GEN3 is the first formula car to use linen and recycled carbon fiber in bodywork construction.


Formula E is ahed the curve off of the track too. It has become a leader in sustainability in whole sport industry. For instance, the series was the only global sport present at COP27 in Egypt. 

Click on the button below to Formula E's most recent 72-page Sustainability Report. 

Social Impact

Formula E aims to build more inclusive, resilient, and diverse communities in the cities where they race.  Its projects and activities are built with the goal of creating a positive social and economic impact within those communities. The series partnered with UNICEF to support and advocate for children's right. Through the partnership, Formula E provided climate-resilient water and sanitation services to almost 9 million people. 

Additionally, Formula E's legacy program in host cities has impacted the lives of 11,720 local children, and the lives of 696,000 children globally. The series has donated over € 500,000 to philanthropic causes. This year, it will host four Girls on Track workshop events: in Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Diriyah, and Jakarta. FIA Girls on Track is "a grassroots project to empower young girls and promote gender equality in an innovative, engaging and positive manner."

Girls on Track in Mexico City

Awards & Recognition

3-Star FIA Environmental Accreditation
ISO 20121 Certification
UN’ Sports for Climate Action Framework Signatory

Global Sustainability Benchmark in Sports

  • Winner Best Total Performance 2022

  • Winner Best Corporate Performance 2022

  • Winner Best Environmental Performance 2022

  • Winner Best Governance Performance 2022

Sports Business Awards

  • Sustainability In Sport Award: Winner

The Drum Awards, Social Purpose

  • Nominated as Best Celebrity/Influencer Brand for Good Partnership

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