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McLaren, Renault back F1’s carbon neutral aim

McLaren and Renault have welcomed Formula 1’s scheme to make the championship carbon neutral by 2030.  On Tuesday, F1 outlined a new initiative to have a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030, while aiming to ensure that all of its events are fully sustainable as early as 2025.  A number of F1’s 10 teams are understood to have been involved in the plan which has been worked on over the past year, with McLaren and Renault both supporting the project.  “We congratulate Formula 1 on its commitment to a more sustainable sport,” said McLaren CEO Zak Brown. “McLaren will continue to work closely in partnership with Formula 1 to help turn its strategy into action, as an essential part...
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