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F1 had to go down ‘sustainable' road – Domenicali

Sep.9 Formula 1 has no choice other than to join the rest of the world by prioritising 'sustainability'. The sport pioneered highly efficient ‘power unit' technology some eight years ago now, but CEO Stefano Domenicali says it cannot stop there. Indeed, F1 is now pushing a ‘net-zero carbon' goal for 2023, and intends to continue to phase in sustainable biofuels. 'Today, if you don't have a credible sustainability project, nobody wants to work with you anymore,' Domenicali told the Italian broadcaster Sky Sport. 'We have a serious agenda and an opportunity to explain our logic. Not even 1 percent of our consumption occurs on the track. 'We have made the choice for sustainable...
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