Formula 2 will help develop the sustainable fuels Formula 1 will use from 2026 but those running the series are confident reliability won’t be compromised.
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Sausage kerbs removed at Paul Ricard “shouldn’t ever come back” – Vettel
RaceFans Round-upPosted on
In the round-up: Sausage kerbs removed at Paul Ricard “shouldn’t ever come back” – Vettel • F1 tests 39 sustainable fuel blends • Goethe replaces injured Yeany in F3
Vettel “felt like a five-year-old” in sustainably-fueled 1992 Williams demo run
2022 British Grand PrixPosted on
Sebastian Vettel used sustainable fuel priced at over £5 per litre for his demonstration run in Nigel Mansell’s 1992 Williams-Renault FW14B.
How Hamilton’s commission is inspiring Extreme E to recruit more diverse staff
Other motorsportPosted on
Extreme E teams are broadening the diversity of their staff through a scheme being run with Lewis Hamilton’s commission.
“Yes I am a hypocrite” admits Vettel after politician’s broadside over oil sands helmet
2022 Canadian Grand PrixPosted on
Sebastian Vettel criticised Canadian politician Sonya Savage for resorting to personal attacks after she called him a “hypocrite” on social media.
Vettel’s unexpected route from hybrid critic to low-tech eco activist
2022 F1 seasonPosted on
With his unique brand of lo-fi environmentalism, Sebastian Vettel shows being a motorsport fan who cares about the planet isn’t an impossible contradiction.
Why regionalising F1’s calendar is a worthwhile step towards cutting its emissions
Formula EPosted on
Why does Formula 1 produce greater emissions than other globe-trotting motorsports, and will reorganising its calendar make a difference?
Why hydrogen could offer the combustion engine a future in some motorsports
News FocusPosted on
Clean-burning hydrogen has an obvious appeal as a fuel but an equally obvious drawback in terms of safety. Are there any motorsports which could make use of it?
F1’s growing calendar a key obstacle to Williams’ ‘carbon positive’ goal – Capito
2021 F1 SeasonPosted on
Formula 1’s growing schedule of races presents the most significant challenge to Williams’ ambitious target to reduce its emissions, says the team’s CEO Jost Capito.