Ahead of the first public viewing and track demonstration of the new fully electric Formula Foundation-E race car at Brands Hatch over the weekend of 22nd & 23rd October, the British Racing & Sports Car Club is delighted to announce an exciting support partnership with Essex based company Green Recycling Ltd.

With over 30 years experience, Green Recycling Ltd is at the forefront of Waste and Recycling technology, investing in state of the art equipment to help provide extra-ordinary levels of service to its client base. The family run company has grown steadily over the years to provide workable waste solutions to a complete range of clients.

Based in Maldon, Essex, the company is a leader in its field of providing Waste Disposal and Recycling services that work in partnership, bringing its customers environmental benefits as well as removing waste, thus enhancing quality of life for all.

This new collaboration will see Green Recycling Ltd supporting the BRSCC with funding to assist in the public launch and marketing of the Formula Foundation-E project. As part of the agreement, the stunning FF-E1 race car will carry Green Recycling Ltd brand colours and logos when the car is shown in public for the first time at the BRSCC Formula Ford Festival event at Brands Hatch.

Commenting on the announcement of the new support partnership, Rob Smith, Managing Director of Green Recycling Ltd said, “As well as being passionate about the ecological benefits delivered by the recycling industry I’m also a lifelong motor racing enthusiast, and I’ve watched with interest over the past few years as EV racing has become more and more relevant. I was intrigued when I saw the introduction of the BRSCC’s Formula Foundation-E project…so much so that I made contact with the Club to discuss how I might be able to assist in helping with project development.

My son Sid already races in the BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship, and as part of this collaboration, Sid will play a role in future testing, development and marketing of the FF-E1 race car”.

Responding to Rob’s comments, BRSCC Head of Formulae Development Greg Graham said, “To have the public backing and support of Rob and his company is a fantastic development for Formula Foundation-E, and it adds an important layer of credibility to the whole project.

We’ve suspected from the outset that a club-level EV racing programme would attract support and sponsorship opportunities that traditional fossil fuel racing programmes might not have access to, and this partnership with Green Recycling Ltd is an early example of just that. We all know that motorsport survives because of sponsorship and commercial support programmes, and race teams and drivers shouldn’t underestimate the potential doors that will open to them should they choose EV racing as their next career move.

We look forward to working closely with Rob, Sid and the Green Recycling team to showcase Formula Foundation-E over the coming months”.

Make sure to catch the Formula Foundation-E car’s first public track demo during Saturday’s lunch break on our live stream coverage this weekend! Plus, if there are any teams or drivers who are seriously considering getting involved in Formula Foundation-E and wish to see the car for yourself and meet the team during the Festival weekend at Brands Hatch, then please get in touch via the enquiry form located on the dedicated Formulae page linked below to find out more.



Race Entries
& Membership