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Domenicali: Committed to making Formula 1 more sustainable

Stefano Domenicali, Formula 1 CEO renewed the sport's commitment to become more sustainable while increasing diversity and opportunity across the sport. Domenicali's statement came in Formula 1's progress report regarding the progress made with their Net Zero Carbon by 2030 initiative, their plan to leave a positive legacy where they race, and to increase diversity within the sport. The report issued via a Formula 1 statement is detailed below: Formula 1 2022 Sustainability and Diversity and Inclusion Progress Report In 2019, Formula 1 launched its Sustainability Strategy, setting out the following ambitions: To achieve Net Zero Carbon by 2030: including delivering 100% sustainable fuels....
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