Formula One Expected To Stick With Hybrid Engines

Formula One fans who hoped that the screaming normally-aspirated engines will make a return to Formula One are out of luck. Formula One and the FIA continue on their path to have a net zero carbon footprint by 2030. • Reducing the carbon footprint of the F-1 car and the on-track activities. Formula One said in a statement: “At the top of Formula One’s priorities for both sustainability and the sport is building a roadmap for the internal combustion engine that addresses the environmental goals of our automotive partners and society. Formula One has long served as a platform for introducing next generation advancements in the automotive world. We believe we have the opportunity to do that with a next generation engine that combines hybrid technology with sustainable fuels. Therefore a working group of F-1 and FIA personnel has been set up to investigate a future engine formula powered by sustainable fuels.

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