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F1 announces new measures to improve the environment

The Formula 1 announced new comprehensive measures to reinforce its sustainable goals to reach zero emissions by 2030. YOU MAY BE INTERES


The Formula 1 announced new comprehensive measures to reinforce its sustainable goals to reach zero emissions by 2030.

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The Queen of Motorsport Category communicated advances of the plan called “F1 Net Zero 2030”which will seek to have zero emissions in single-seaters by the end of the decade.

“We are developing a 100% sustainable fuel that will be used in power units from 2026, in line with the introduction of new generation hybrid engines,” the organization announced in an official statement.

The fuel step will be the highlight for fans, as a 100% sustainable fuel will be adopted by 2026. FIA he is studying it with aramco, the oil company that is a sponsor of F1. This measure goes hand in hand with the introduction for the first time this season of the biofuels that present 10% ethanol in their composition.

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All this is added to the advances that began in 2014, when in the big circus switched to hybrid powertrains in 2014, as well as holding the first Big prize emissions neutral, which was held last year in Great Britain and is expected to be repeated this year.

On the other hand, the scheduling of the competitions will continue with the current course, since criteria of geographical proximity are followed, to have the closest races to each other to reduce the carbon footprint of the fans who come to the tracks, as in the operation when transporting the equipment, likewise, the Formula 1 announced that it will invest in the use of renewable energies in its offices.

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