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MIA International Low Carbon Racing Conference

mia-2013-paul-drayson-alejandro-agagThe Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) International Low Carbon Racing Conference 2015 is taking place at Autosport International on 7 January at the NEC, Birmingham.

Now in its 9th year, the world’s leading conference for High Performance Low Carbon Technology returns to the centre of ‘Motorsport Valley’. Once again, this event will bring together the world’s foremost thought leaders and high performance engineering organisations – making this a ‘must attend’ event for all interested in low carbon innovation.

There’s an entire day of panel discussions, featuring a host of leading names from the high performance low carbon community, with over 200 high-level industry and media representatives from across the globe.

The event will include:


from Chris Aylett, Chief Executive Officer, Motorsport Industry Association (MIA)

Keynote Address

from Prof. Richard Parry-Jones CBE, Co-chairman, Automotive Council UK

Presentation – The Future of Motorsport Technology 

Steve Sapsford, Global Market Sector Director – High Performance Vehicles & Motorsport, Ricardo

Discussion (incl. Audience Q&A) – Advanced Propulsion Centre UK

▪ Gordon Day, General Manager, GKN Hybrid Power

▪ Mark Mathieson, Chief Engineer Powertrain Research, McLaren Automotive

▪ Michael Mychajluk, Supply Chain & External Engagement Manager, Jaguar Land Rover

▪ Tony Pixton, CEO, Advanced Propulsion Centre

Discussion (incl. Audience Q&A) – ‘Race-bred’ Technology Transfer & Cross-sector Collaboration

▪ Nick Carpenter, Technical Director, Delta Motorsport

▪ Thomas Laudenbach, Head of Electrical Systems, Electronics, Energy Systems, Audi Sport

▪ Mark McNally, Research Manager – Hybrid & Electrification, Jaguar Land Rover

▪ Tony Parkinson, V.P & General Manager – EMEA Server & Storage Technology Solutions Group, DELL

Discussion (incl. Audience Q&A) – Global Energy-Efficient Motorsport Development

▪ Alejandro Agag, CEO, Formula E

▪ Will Phillips, Vice President of Technology, IndyCar

▪ Pat Symonds, Chief Technology Officer, Williams Martini Racing

Discussion (incl. Audience Q&A) – Future Motorsport Powertrain Innovations

▪ Nigel Arnfield, Head of Engine Development, M-Sport

▪ Ulrich Baretzky, Director Audi Sport Engine Development, Audi Sport

▪ Arnaud Martin, Director of Powertrain, RML Group

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See Green Car Guide’s reviews of previous MIA Low Carbon Racing Conferences

MIA Conference 2014 Drayson

MIA Low Carbon Racing Conference 2014


MIA Low Carbon Racing Conference 2013


MIA Low Carbon Racing Conference 2012


MIA Low Carbon Racing Conference 2011