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Brundle slams ex-England footballer for encouraging dangerous F1 protests

Former Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle has asked former footballer Gary Lineker not to “encourage” the behaviour seen by a group of protestors at the British Grand Prix last weekend. Just Stop Oil is a climate change activist group that aim to take action against the use of fossil fuels due to their adverse impact on the world. Since the arrival of the turbo hybrid era in 2014, Formula 1 has been developing sustainable fuel and engine systems to help the world move on from fossil fuels and use renewable energy at no detriment to their way of living. They announced ahead of the British Grand Prix that they have successfully synthesised a sustainable fuel that does not contain fossil...
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