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Daily Archives: September 18th, 2012

Carbon Neutral Investments (CNI) is sponsoring the What Car? Green Awards 2012 for the second year running. CNI will offset the carbon footprint of the event itself, the journeys made by attendees to and from the event and will also sponsor the 4×4 / SUV award category.

The partnership between CNI and What Car? also ensures that all road tests in What Car? magazine are also made carbon neutral by off-setting the emissions of the road test through selected projects agreed by CNI and What Car? Read More »

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McLaren Automotive will use its first ever international motor show appearance to preview its next generation ultimate supercar – the McLaren P1 – which takes much of its technological and spiritual inspiration from the company’s Racing division.  The McLaren P1 has one simple goal: to be the best driver’s car in the world on road and track. Read More »

Carbon Neutral Investments has signed a deal to become the new approved supplier of carbon credits for the National Courier Association – an organisation that represents a fleet numbering more than 2,500 vehicles across the UK and Eire.

The National Courier Association was founded in 1988. It enables its members to inter-trade courier work and provides its customers with a national same-day collection and delivery service. The NCA’s network is comprised of 100 depots representing major areas of the UK and Eire.   Read More »

The Jaguar Heritage Racing team scored a season finale victory in the Freddie March Memorial Trophy night race on Friday, which kicked-off the world famous Goodwood Revival Racing weekend.

The victory marked an emphatic end to an incredible first season in racing for Jaguar Heritage Racing, who claimed the top step of the podium at Grand Prix De Monaco Historique and the Nürburgring Old Timer. Read More »