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‘Who is the controller?' Sebastian Vettel sends warning to Formula 1

Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel has questioned just how seriously Formula 1 is taking its push to go carbon neutral by 2030. The pinnacle of motorsport switched to turbo hybrid V6 engines in 2014, decreasing the engine’s dependence on fossil fuels. A synthetic fuel is set to come into play by the year 2036, and this will see the engines emit no more carbon than the amount used to create the fuel in the first place. Then, by 2030, the aim is for F1 to be completely net zero on carbon emissions, and this transcends the racetrack. READ: Aston Martin deny claim about Sebastian Vettel’s retirement At F1’s base in Biggin Hill, the workers will have adopted entirely sustainable ways of...
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