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F1 could ‘disappear' over green issues – Vettel

Oct.13 'Formula 1 could disappear' if it doesn't take environmental issues more seriously. That is the warning of quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel, who recently found himself the subject of criticism for his new political activism from a German politician. However, the Aston Martin driver insists that F1 must do better. 'Formula 1 is not green, there's no question about it,' Vettel told Neuen Osnabrucker Zeitung newspaper. 'But we live in a time in which we have techniques and opportunities to make Formula 1 greener without losing the spectacle or the passion.' However, the 34-year-old admitted he is 'not very optimistic'. 'There is currently a lot of talk that could change the...
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