Of which:

Science-backed Tonnes

Science-backed CO2 isn't linked to a carbon credit, but nevertheless reliable as resulting from a scientific measurement and estimation of the CO2 tonnes absorbed.

Certified Tonnes

Certified tonnes are CO2 tonnes linked to carbon credits which certify an exact amount that can be offset.

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By pro-actively committing to our social corporate responsibility, far beyond motor racing, Team WRT are proud to associate with multiple projects. At the start of 2023 WRT began a journey towards a more sustainable business model. WRT has engaged some major stakeholders in order to remain accurate, and to gain credibility and legitimacy. The goal is to work together in order to develop an ESG strategy and action plan.

Find below our latest ESG policy


“Drive Fast, Act Faster”

In 2021, WRT’s LMP2 program began its collaboration with the “Drive Fast, Act Faster” Campaign helping to protect 25 acres of tropical Amazonian Rainforest - equal to 400 tennis courts.

Initiated by Ferdinand Habsburg and Green Future Project, “Drive Fast, Act Faster” is a program intended to bring 'carbon neutral' racing to teams, and to persuade others in the sport to follow that lead.

The goal is to encourage the motorsport industry to support one of the world’s most urgent climate projects and biodiverse regions.

In 2022 we increased our support by funding the purchase and protection of 30 acres of rainforest, to expand the Narupa Reserve. We aim to gradually increase our contribution to climate action year by year.

In 2022 we set off 2,474 tons of CO2 which is the equivalent of the CO2 emission of our race cars in our LMP2 program and for 2023 we are committed to do the same.

Thanks to the ‘Drive Fast, Act Faster’ campaign and the SRO Carbon Neutral project we will continue to be a carbon neutral race team for both our LMP2 and GT programs.

Ferdinand Habsburg: "Motorsports DNA is to be at the forefront of Ingenuity and Technology. It has made all types of mobility safer and more efficient. Currently, balancing entertainment with long lasting ingenuity is what is required to stay relevant in the world of today and to do our part. Becoming sustainable and environmentally conscious has been the modern-day battle and will continue to be deeper engrained into our DNA. Making our activities and sport on all levels a sustainable platform is the future in which we as an industry can strive in. WEC has already made huge strides using Synthetic fuels and integrating Hybrid systems among all the other efforts. But making sure our of track activities have the same attitude is our responsibility. This is required to allow the next generations to have the privilege to enjoy motor racing as much as we do today."

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“Weerts personal computer”

Despite Belgium being one of the wealthiest countries, one child out of six lives in poverty.

Poverty heavily impacts health, social exclusion and education, and as a result, teachers have reported the increasing gap for students to have adequate access to an electronic device at home, for learning purposes.

The COVID pandemic has accelerated the importance of online learning, increasing the digital gap even more.

Weerts Personal Computers for Education (WPC) is a non-profit organisation, created to make functional laptops available to as many children as possible, mainly between the ages of 10 and 14 years.

Since 2021, WRT and its head company Weerts Group are encouraging digital inclusion by donating laptops to children living in a vulnerable family situation. 1800 laptops were donated in 2021 and 2022, with a further 1000 planned for 2023.

Our partner Proximus provides mobile coverage wherever this is required.

The Weerts Group is extremely passionate about all of these initiatives. Follow the link to check our other projects:

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