With the signing of a 15-year strategic partnership agreement with Tottenham Hotspur of the Premier League, Formula 1 will now have access to the largest indoor electric karting track in Europe.
The cutting-edge complex, located below the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, will be the only one of its kind in Europe and feature separate competition tracks for adults and young athletes. Both courses have received accreditation from the National Karting Association, making them viable locations for future national karting championship events.
Together with driving, fans will be able to eat at a variety of food and beverage establishments and participate in a variety of interactive motorsport activities on the circuits that are located below Spurs’ South Stand.
Also, Formula 1 and Tottenham are creating a new driver academy programme that will be implemented to expand the pool of motorsport talent and help identify potential F1 drivers for the future. The programme will offer motorsport education services to local youth and schools alike, as well as possibilities and paths in fields like engineering and software development.
The collaboration will also stand in for a number of sustainability programmes that encourage environmental responsibility as part of Formula 1’s goal to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030.