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F1 develops synthetic sustainable fuel

As part of the plan to use more ecologically friendly engines in 2026, Formula 1 has successfully synthesised a sustainable fuel. The pinnacle of motorsport has set out a plan to become carbon neutral by 2030, and this involves the engine emitting the carbon that was taken directly out of the atmosphere, so what is being put out is no different to what is going in. 2026 will form the next major milestone for F1 having switched over to turbo-hybrid engines in 2014. READ: ‘It’s amazing’: Ex-F1 champion says this veteran racer is ‘like Verstappen’ Synthesising the fuel is a manual process during which engineers create the fuel in such a way that it will not burn or emit any more...
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