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F1 to become testing ground for 100% sustainable fuels

Formula 1 is planning to become a testing ground for 100 per cent sustainable fuels, which will help the series to meet its goal of becoming net-zero carbon by 2030. The sport has ruled out a move to all-electric power like Formula E, instead it will focus on driving the development of sustainable fuels which […]
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