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Vettel urges F1 to be "brave" and unearth sustainability regulator

Ewan Gale Friday 30 September 2022 09:18 Sebastian Vettel has called for major organisations, including F1, to be "brave" and find an independent company to regulate sustainability. F1 is in the midst of a push to increase its presence environmentally, with a target of becoming net zero in 2030. The power units used are the most efficient engines in the world and yet the sport will take on the challenge of running with 100 per cent carbon-neutral synthetic fuels from 2026 when new regulations are introduced. But the release of the 2023 calendar has prompted questions over the decision to field four standalone flyaway races at the first four events, in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia,...
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