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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Sebastian Vettel used sustainable fuel priced at over £5 per litre for his demonstration run in Nigel Mansell’s 1992 Williams-Renault FW14B.
Extreme E teams are broadening the diversity of their staff through a scheme being run with Lewis Hamilton’s commission.
Sebastian Vettel criticised Canadian politician Sonya Savage for resorting to personal attacks after she called him a “hypocrite” on social media.
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 does Formula 1 produce greater emissions than other globe-trotting motorsports, and will reorganising its calendar make a difference?
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?
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.