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Rosberg says F1 may soon be forced to go electric

Formula 1 has already committed itself to a carbon neutral future with a major overhaul of its engine regulations coming into effect in 2026, but Nico Rosberg has warned that this might still not be far enough - or soon enough. The 2016 Formula 1 world champion says that governments around the world are accelerating legislation banning internal combustion engines that might make it impossible for F1 to avoid going all-electric even sooner than planned. "They are going with synthetic fuels, which for mobility as such is not going to be the best solution,” current Extreme E team owner Rosberg told The Race website when asked about the sport's current plans. Read also: Rosberg X Racing...
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