bans race promoters from putting on military aviation displays as part of fight for sustainability

FORMULA ONE chiefs have banned military aircraft from flying over tracks before races in a bid to cut their carbon footprint. Gas guzzling military aircraft are regularly seen flying over tracks ahead of races. He wrote: “From this season, the Grand Prix organisers will no longer be able to use military aircraft for air displays before the start of the races.”. The ban – which is set to come into place this year – will bring about the end of the spectacular displays ahead of the Italian and British Grand Prixs. The Aeronautica Militare has regularly flown over Monza ahead of the famous Italian Grand Prix.

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