FIA executives present their plans for Formula 1 and the World Endurance Championships at WMS18
Breaking News at WMS22
WITH SUSTAINABILITY, CARBON NEUTRAL and FUTURE TECH being the forefront of this year’s World Motorsport Symposium themes, Pat Symonds, F1 Chief Technical Officer, and Ulrich Baretzky, Former Director, Audi Motorsport Engine Development, Audi AG will be at the helm of these hot topics across the motorsport industry. They will be covering issues such as how ultra-low carbon fuels, latest electronic technology, carbon neutral motorsport events, as well as the trending future materials across motorsport.
Delegates at the World Motorsport Symposium at The Swiss Embassy in London on 1st and 2nd December will be the very first to hear the details in person. Make sure you don't miss out.
This year the Awards dinner will held at the exclusive M O S I M A N N ’ S C L U B in Belgravia London.
'The Davos of Motorsport Engineering & Technology'
The World Motorsport Symposium, first established in 2005, is a unique event and has become the annual international motorsport cabinet meeting that leads the conversation in motorsport and automotive technology. Chaired by Ulrich Baretzky, Engine Development Director of Audi Sport and John Iley, Founder and Director of Iley Design, the most senior international motorsport and automotive engineering decision makers get together with OEMs and suppliers, teams, buyers, governing bodies and engineering students for two days to discuss how emerging technologies will shape the future of the sport as well as impact other sectors across the globe.