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Sustainable Engines to Power Formula 1 in 2026 With Aims to Crank Up Volume
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Sustainable Engines to Power Formula 1 in 2026 With Aims to Crank Up Volume

Formula 1 is going sustainable! Check out why fans and professionals want to turn the volume up.

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Formula 1 aims to reduce its carbon footprint to reach net-zero carbon levels before or in 2030, according to an initial report from the BBC.

The next chance for engine regulation changes is 2026, and "a working group including specialists from car manufacturers and energy suppliers is to investigate how best to combine hybrid engines with carbon-neutral fuels," BBC reports.

"At the top of our priorities for both sustainability and our sport is building a roadmap for the internal combustion engine that addresses and environmental goals of our automotive partners and society," said Formula 1 in a statement.

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"Although the cars account for a very small percentage of our carbon footprint as a sport (0.7%), it is important the most visual part of our sport is sustainable and can have real-world benefits," added F1 in the statement.