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Formula 1 reveals plans for creating its 100% sustainable fuel

Formula 1 has revealed how it hopes to develop a fully-sustainable fuel which will cut carbon emissions by up to 65%. The series has created the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030 and already steps are being taken, with a cut in single-use plastics and a first-ever carbon neutral broadcast at the 2021 British Grand Prix. For the 2022 season a new E10 fuel will be in use, comprising of 90% fossil fuel and 10% ethanol, but further developments are to come, the biggest being the targeted introduction of a fully-sustainable fuel for the Formula 1 engines, which also would be developed to power standard internal combustion engines. Current plans are for Formula 1 to introduce a new...
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