Sustainability is one of the three strategic pillars of the Goodyear FIA ETRC and the organisers have committed to the Paris Agreement to take the championship to its next chapter.

Across its operation, ETRA has worked jointly with its shareholder the ADAC Mittelrhein and the FIA to develop and plan strategies and actions for implementation, to ensure it can meet its commitments and work with its stakeholders such as teams, event organisers and partners and the global sports community to combat climate change.

In 2020 ETRA has started to implement sustainability goals across its operation to reduce its carbon footprint, while at the same time offsetting existing carbon emissions by supporting environmental projects.


In 2020 ETRA included sustainability as one of the three strategic pillars of the Goodyear FIA ETRC and our sustainability roadmap sets out concrete measures across our operation to achieving our goal of carbon neutrality by 2038 at the lastest.

The Goodyear FIA ETRC switched to a 100% sustainable fuel in 2021, becoming the first-ever FIA-regulated championship to do so.

The transition to a fuel fully originated from renewable sources was a first important step into a new era and proof that it is possible to take actions for lower GHG emissions with commercial vehicles on the road, which is demonstrated on the track.

The change reflects the Goodyear FIA ETRC’s strive to become a leading platform for sustainable technologies in the road haulage industry and at the same time making truck racing a relevant research and development platform for manufacturers.


To ensure we continue to move forward with achieving our goals, we have committed to publicly evaluate and report our progress annually and use recognitions to underline our efforts.