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Mercedes significantly reduce carbon emissions during F1 triple-header

Article To news overview © Mercedes F1 The 2023 Formula 1 calendar will feature two triple-headers; one in Europe and one in America. As F1 looks to become net-zero by 2030, Mercedes has conducted an important experiment during the Spa-Zandvoort-Monza triple header. Utilising biofuels in 16 of their freight trucks which transport crucial gear, offices, and hospitality units, the team has revealed that the switch from diesel has enabled them to significantly reduce their carbon emissions. Of the 16 there was 13 that spent the summer break in Belgium and three from the UK made use of locally sourced biofuel to travel 300km from Spa to Zandvoort, then 1,100km from Zandvoort to Monza. A total...
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