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Are sustainability plans F1 falling short? 'Better than nothing'

Formula 1 worked hard in recent years to make significant strides with the sustainability of the sport. Jamie Reigle sees that the motorsport class has moved forward, but states in conversation with F1-Insider.com that this is not enough to stop climate change. The Formula E boss is proud of how his class is engaging with sustainability. According to Reigle, fans need to see the sport separately from Formula 1, which is significantly less concerned with sustainability, and instead see it as a strength that there are different motorsports to follow. Read more Verstappen lucid: 'I don't think you can just do that' "Four, five years ago, the narrative of F1 was that it was dying,"...
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