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F1 releases details of new sustainable fuel

Article To news overview © Mercedes Formula 1 has released details about the new, sustainable fuel it is aiming to introduce to the championship over the next few years as the sport looks to the new generation of hybrid power units. With F1 aiming to be achieving a net zero carbon footprint by 2030, introducing a more sustainable fuel is one of the puzzle pieces behind making that a reality. From 2022, F1 shifts to an 'E10' fuel, this being a mixture of 90% fossil fuels and 10% ethanol. But, when the new Formula 1 engines are introduced, with a schedule in 2025, the aim is to have developed a 100% sustainable fuel using a lab-created 'drop-in' fuel. This means a fuel that can be used...
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