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Formula 1 News: Carbon-Neutral Fuels To Power new F1 Engines

This video takes a closer look at the revolutionary change which will power F1’s new hybrid engines from 2026.

Given that the 2026 F1 internal combustion engines will add zero carbon into the atmosphere, why is the sport also going to use so much electrical power that the power units will result in Frankenstein cars that 99.99999% of fans do not want to see?

In the F1 Sustainability report below, F1 even admits that F1 race car emissions contributes less than 1% of the carbon emissions the sport overall creates. So again one has to ask, why risk the future of the sport with 2026 Frankenstein cars for a less than 1% gain?

F1 and the FIA should take a step back and ask its customers what they want before they learn their customers will stop watching F1 and buying tickets because the cars are no longer exciting.

F1 makes ‘significant progress’ in sustainability as first Impact Report released

Formula 1 has released its first Impact Report, revealing that the sport is on target to meet the goals set out in its sustainability strategy.

The comprehensive report shows how the strategy is being successfully delivered through F1’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) activities, plus the latest carbon footprint calculations show a 13% reduction in the sport’s carbon footprint compared to 2018.

As carbon data from 2023 continues to be collated and calculated, today’s 63-page document reveals F1’s carbon footprint data from the 2022 season – the first representative year to be measured following the COVID-19 pandemic – and includes details on how the sport will continue to deliver and make further progress.

“Sustainability is one of the most important factors to us not only as a sport, but as a business.” said Stefano Domenicali, President & CEO, Formula 1. “It is no longer enough for us to simply deliver great action and wheel-to-wheel racing on the track, we need to ensure that we are doing so in a sustainable way so our sport can thrive long into the future.

“F1 has been innovating and influencing wider society for over 70 years, and we’ve seen how the great minds and technology of the sport have had a positive impact in many different spaces, and now we have turned that expertise and insight to sustainability.

“We are a global sport with over 700 million fans around the world, which gives us a great platform to create change and influence those watching and engaging with F1 to take action and leave their own positive legacy.

“Over the past four years we have made significant progress and we remain very focused on our goals, and I’m excited to see the impact we can have.” See more at

The full report can be viewed by clicking here.

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