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F1: F1 and FIA form hydrogen working group

F1 is working with the FIA and the Extreme E electric racing series in a bid to bring hydrogen power to motorsport. In fact, in 2025, Extreme E, which features teams 'owned' by three world champions - Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button, and Nico Rosberg - will rebrand as Extreme H as the series switches from electric to hydrogen power. Also, from 2026, Le Mans, the proving ground for numerous technical innovations over the years, will feature a class for cars running combustion engines powered by hydrogen and single fuel cell technology, with the aim of having the entire top category powered by hydrogen from 2030. 'Our sport has a tradition of bringing new technologies to the forefront of...
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