Formula 1 will have zero emissions by 2030November 13, 2019
The leadership of Formula 1 in the framework of the sustainable development program has committed to achieve zero emissions for their cars by 2030, setting quite ambitious goals.
The Sustainability Plan covers all current activities and sports operations, with the exception of travel and logistics transporting teams and equipment around the world throughout the year. The goal is for all activities to be “sustainable” by 2025, which means a ban on disposable plastic and a commitment to reuse and recycle all waste. F1 also plans to offer “incentives and tools” to fans to help them ride the green way.
Few people know that the current F1 hybrid powertrain is the most efficient in the world, it provides more energy with less fuel and therefore CO2 than any other car. F1 can continue to be a leader in the automotive industry and work with the energy and automotive sectors to create the world’s first zero-carbon hybrid internal combustion engine.
“Using the tremendous talent, passion and commitment to innovation that all members of the F1 community possess, we hope to have a significant positive impact on the environment and the communities in which we operate. The actions we take today will reduce our carbon footprint and ensure a clean zero carbon footprint by 2030, ”said F1 Chairman and CEO Chase Carey.
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