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Todt: "We would not have survived without hybrid engines"

Since 2014, Mercedes has had full control of Formula 1. This is due not least to the hybrid engines. A concept for Formula 1 that Mercedes was perhaps the greatest advocate of and the first to start developing. According to Jean Todt, it was also a necessary step. "The world around us has changed," says the President of the FIA to Auto Motor und Sport. "Climate change is at the top of all governments' agendas. You may like the current engines or not, but we would not have survived without switching to hybrid engines". Read more Palmer: 'After the failure of Verstappen, Mercedes knew they were going to win' However, Todt also has to recognise that hybrid engines are not...
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