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F1 highlights ambitious plans with new branding for British GP

Article To news overview © Formula 1 In 2019, Formula 1 announced plans to be Net-Zero Carbon by 2030 as part of its wider Sustainability Strategy. Three years in, the sport has issued an update on how much progress has already been made, as well as further promoting the mission publicly. As part of the aim, F1 stated that the whole sport would have a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030, covering the cars and on-track activity as well as the rest of the operations. Another aspect of the Sustainability Strategy was for F1 to develop a 100 per cent sustainable fuel, to be used in the cars by 2026. Formula 1 has now revealed the steps that have already been taken to reduce the sport's carbon...
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