MSA seeks environmental nominations

23
Feb
2017

The governing body is seeking nominations for the 2017 MSA Environmental Award, which recognises truly exceptional or outstanding contributions towards environmental responsibility and the active promotion of sustainability within motor sport activities, events and communications.

Recent winners include Anglesey Circuit, Greenpower, Williams Hybrid Power and Rt Hon The Lord Drayson. If successful, the latest winner will receive the prestigious trophy during the MSA Night of Champions ceremony at the Royal Automobile Club in London next January.

The deadline for nominations is Friday, 20 October. The award process and nomination form can be found on the MSA website: www.msauk.org/assets/msaenvironmentalaward2017.pdf

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