Could changes to Formula 1 attract another new car company?

The key difference between the engines F1 will use from 2026 and the current ones will be the removal of a device called the MGU-H. They are to introduce what F1 claims will be a fully sustainably fuel that is net-zero carbon. Both are ‘drop-in’ replacements for standard fossil fuels in an internal combustion engine. The key claim to their sustainability, though, is that they create vastly reduced carbon emissions over the life cycle of the fuel. And if that energy is not provided by sustainable sources, then the fuel is no longer very ‘green’. The hope is that competition between fuel providers to produce the most environmentally friendly petrol replacement will decide which way F1 ends up going. The hope is that sustainable fuels could provide a way of dramatically reducing carbon emissions from them.

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