F1 teams handed prototype sustainable fuel as it seeks net-zero carbon target

F1 is set to introduce new engine regulations in 2026 and the they are under discussion now. Next year, the teams will be required to use 10% sustainable fuel, with the aim of reaching a mandatory 100% in 2026. The move is a major step towards developing the sport’s future, which it is hoped will be a hybrid of electric power and an internal combustion engine powered entirely by sustainable fuel. “We are delighted by the momentum on sustainable fuels, which perfectly aligns with our plan to be net-zero carbon as a sport by 2030,” he said. We believe we have the opportunity to do that with a next-generation engine that combines hybrid technology with sustainable fuels.”.

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