The World Rally Championship brings an economic impact of approximately 10 million euros per year to Estonia. More than 800 million pairs of eyes around the world will watch the race as drivers speed through the hills of South Estonia this July. As one of the largest events in Estonia, Rally Estonia has worked hard to make the event more sustainable than ever before.
The FIA World Rally Championship will be held for the fourth time in Estonia this year. WRC Rally Estonia 2023 takes places from July 20th to 23rd in Tartu and on the roads of Otepää, Elva, Kanepi, Kambja, Peipsiääre and Mustvee parishes. The event's organizers have been working towards a more environmentally friendly race for several years, and for WRC Rally Estonia 2023, they have worked closely with the the Motor Sports Council of the International Automobile Federation (FIA) and the WRC Promoter.
Rally Estonia has stood out for its green-minded, innovative spirit, and this year, they have achieved a carbon-neutral event. Here are 10 more ways Rally Estonia has delivered on their promise of sustainability.
Rally Estonia has received the highest green recognition from the FIA for its sustainable management, and they hope to inspire the international rally community to take steps towards making the sport more environmentally friendly.
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