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Symonds: Electrification ‘not the only answer' in F1 future

Pat Symonds feels an electric element is crucial in Formula 1 power units, but there are other options that need to be explored within that. Formula 1's chief technical officer discussed the need for the sport to become more sustainable in the future, with its “ambitious” target to run fully sustainable grand prix weekends by 2025 and its need to achieve “the very tough one” and be net carbon zero by 2030. The new power unit formula is still under discussion for its proposed launch in 2026, with negotiations being made about the make-up of how the engines will be powered. Red Bull technical boss Adrian Newey said his recent visit to an Extreme E race made him look at alternative...
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