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Developments in international motorsport are going at a rapid pace, and already in November 2019, the management in Formula 1 decided that the sport will get rid of fossil fuels, no later than 2030.

And

This creates ripple effects when the EU has at the same time tightened its emissions requirements for road traffic sharply. The planned Euro-7 standard is so demanding that the leading engine manufacturers are expected to throw in the towel. Virtually all car manufacturers have long since launched an offensive focus on electric driveline.

And

Formula 1 has also adopted an action plan for more sustainable implementation of the events. Not only will the plastic cups be away from the arenas, but the public offer for public transport to and from the arenas will also be strengthened.

Developments in international motorsport are going at a rapid pace, and already in November 2019, the management in Formula 1 decided that the sport will get rid of fossil fuels, no later than 2030.

And

This creates ripple effects when the EU has at the same time tightened its emissions requirements for road traffic sharply. The planned Euro-7 standard is so demanding that the leading engine manufacturers are expected to throw in the towel. Virtually all car manufacturers have long since launched an offensive focus on electric driveline.

And

Formula 1 has also adopted an action plan for more sustainable implementation of the events. Not only will the plastic cups be away from the arenas, but the public offer for public transport to and from the arenas will also be strengthened.

Developments in international motorsport are going at a rapid pace, and already in November 2019, the management in Formula 1 decided that the sport will get rid of fossil fuels, no later than 2030.

And

This creates ripple effects when the EU has at the same time tightened its emissions requirements for road traffic sharply. The planned Euro-7 standard is so demanding that the leading engine manufacturers are expected to throw in the towel. Virtually all car manufacturers have long since launched an offensive focus on electric driveline.

And

Formula 1 has also adopted an action plan for more sustainable implementation of the events. Not only will the plastic cups be away from the arenas, but the public offer for public transport to and from the arenas will also be strengthened.

Developments in international motorsport are going at a rapid pace, and already in November 2019, the management in Formula 1 decided that the sport will get rid of fossil fuels, no later than 2030.

And

This creates ripple effects when the EU has at the same time tightened its emissions requirements for road traffic sharply. The planned Euro-7 standard is so demanding that the leading engine manufacturers are expected to throw in the towel. Virtually all car manufacturers have long since launched an offensive focus on electric driveline.

And

Formula 1 has also adopted an action plan for more sustainable implementation of the events. Not only will the plastic cups be away from the arenas, but the public offer for public transport to and from the arenas will also be strengthened.

Developments in international motorsport are going at a rapid pace, and already in November 2019, the management in Formula 1 decided that the sport will get rid of fossil fuels, no later than 2030.

And

This creates ripple effects when the EU has at the same time tightened its emissions requirements for road traffic sharply. The planned Euro-7 standard is so demanding that the leading engine manufacturers are expected to throw in the towel. Virtually all car manufacturers have long since launched an offensive focus on electric driveline.

And

Formula 1 has also adopted an action plan for more sustainable implementation of the events. Not only will the plastic cups be away from the arenas, but the public offer for public transport to and from the arenas will also be strengthened.

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