Vettel: F1 should reinvest profits into race promoters to have greener events

In 2019 Formula 1 announced plans to have a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030, covering areas including logistics, the use of renewable fuels and reducing waste.
Renewable fuels are part of the new-for-2026 power unit regulations, which will streamline F1’s hybrid engine designs. The sport is also aiming to make grands prix sustainable by 2025 by banning single-use plastics being eliminated and …Keep reading