Racing circuits such as the Nürburgring are often embedded in fascinating natural landscapes. And that is precisely what makes these tracks so appealing. We see it as part of our responsibility to actively contribute to climate protection and the preservation of our environment. As long as most of the vehicles used at trackdays are powerful internal combustion engines, CO2 emissions can and should be compensated for through appropriate programs. And this is exactly the service we are now offering our trackday marketplace end customers - simple, voluntary and directly integrated into the booking process.
For the compensation, the expected CO2 emissions of your planned track day are determined during the online booking process. Depending on the vehicle type and model, type of fuel, duration of the track day, expected distance to be driven and other parameters, our booking software calculates the amount that would have to be raised to compensate the carbon footprint via so-called offset projects, such as reforestation plants, wind farms or photovoltaic parks.
How to compensate
We all cannot yet prevent climate-relevant emissions everywhere, but we can help to ensure that nitrogen oxides are either bound by various measures or do not occur elsewhere in the first place. It is important to us to make this decision as easy as possible for our customers. That's why we have created an interface on our website to the Cloverly offset platform, which we then use to select the appropriate offset project tailored to the customer's needs. It is important that the CO2 emissions are offset as close as possible to the race track where they were produced. In this way, we not only ensure a healthier climate in the long term, but also keep the environment around the world's most fascinating race tracks intact.