In 2019 Formula 1 is the pinnacle of open-wheel, single-seater car racing and arguably the highest level of any motorsport globally. Also... There's more... announced its commitment to be In 2019 Formula 1 announced its commitment to be Net-Zero Carbon by 2030 as part of its wider Sustainability Strategy.... There's more... Carbon by 2030 as part of its wider Sustainability Strategy. They set ambitious targets from “Each team has a home base where the factory is typically based. From there teams of talented people, design, model... There's more... to Race tracks have long used flags as a way for marshals to communicate with drivers. The colour and meaning of... There's more...”, and key members of the sporting community including Teams, Race Promoters, Partners, Suppliers, Broadcasters, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile is the association responsible for the interests of motoring organisations and motor car users across the... There's more... and many more are rising to the challenge and are contributing to our carbon reduction goals.
(Text and images are taken from formula1.com, July 22 – view original article here)
F1 is the pinnacle of open wheel, single seater car racing and arguably the highest level of any motorsport globally.... There's more... is developing a 100% sustainable In 2022 F1 cars run on 87 octane fuel which is 10% ethanol As part of their green strategy, Formula... There's more..., which will be used in F1 cars from 2026, in line with the introduction of the next-generation The current Formula 1 regulations require the cars to be hybrids. Instead of conventional hybrid systems, with an electric motor,... There's more... engines – the drop-in fuel has huge potential to be adopted in road cars globally.
With eight years to go, we are racing towards our target and aiming to show the next generation of The fans are the life-blood of F1, without us the sport wouldn't be what it is today. From the 300,000... There's more... how innovation and teamwork can tackle the challenges of our time.
After developing the most efficient hybrid engine in the world, F1 is also driving solutions for sustainable fuel. In 2026, 100% sustainable fuel will be introduced to power the next-generation hybrid engines in F1
The fuel is already in F1 is a race off the track as well as on the track, with teams fighting to develop the fastest... There's more... with support from key stakeholders within F1 including the FIA, Aramco – an F1 Global Partner, fuel providers in the sport, the F1 teams and manufacturers.
Whilst racing fuel represents less than 1% of our emissions, sustainable fuel is the area where F1 can have the greatest effect on the global transportation F1 is a data-hungry sport with numerous sensors monitoring car performance, driver movements and position on the track. In addition,... There's more...
The fuel has purposely been designed with a ‘drop-in’ feature to help accelerate adoption and reduce costs for use in existing road cars (both internal combustion engines and hybrids).
Since our Net Zero commitment, we have taken a number of actions to reduce our carbon footprint including:
- In the past 3 years, we have introduced remote broadcast operations, which has enabled us to reduce freight.
- Redesigned our freight containers that enable more efficient aircraft to be used.
- Transitioned to 100% renewable energy in our F1 offices.
- Delivered our first carbon-neutral broadcast production at Home of the British Grand Prix having debuted in 1948. In 2022 there are seven teams and three drivers for... There's more... in 2021 and aim to earn this accreditation again in 2022 while applying the lessons learned to further races.
- Achieved the highest Sustainability Management accreditation awarded by the FIA (3* accredited)
- Issued guidance to all our Race Promoters to help assist them in best practices when running a sustainable event looking at key areas such as energy, plastic & waste, wellbeing & nature and local fan travel
What’s to come
While we have already made huge changes to create a more sustainable sport, there is still much more to come:
- Taking action to regionalise our The race calendar includes all the official dates and start times for Formula 1 races, qualifying and practice sessions for... There's more... which will help improve freight and travel logistics – this will be an ongoing process in the years to come to ensure that we are travelling efficiently as a World Championship
- Exploring carbon reduction measures for fans travelling to Formula 1 events
- Working with A second-tier single-seater, open wheeler series run by the FIA as a feeder category to assist developing drivers gain experience... There's more... and Formula 3 was formed in 2019 as a development category for young drivers in pursuit of an F1 seat. Held... There's more... to trial sustainable fuels with their ability to test solutions at a pace
- Sharing the carbon reduction activities from across our sporting community to ensure that everyone understands how the wider sport is coming together to set and achieve our Net Zero goals
- Continuing to switch to more efficient logistics and travel arrangements from air, sea, and land
- Continuing to review our processes as the standards for carbon reductions evolve at pace to ensure that we are at the forefront of this key area
To find out more about the science behind sustainable fuels and our most recent ESG updates – click here.