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Waving the green flag in F1

November Formula 1 announced that it was planning to go carbon neutral by 2030 and the initiative was welcomed by Jean Todt. This was an interesting position to take; could a sport that is by its very nature a luxury, as is all professional sport, stop being a drain on resources? The proposal announced focused on various issues, such as logistics and travel, not only of the teams but also on the fans travelling to and from the races. At the time, the hybrid powertrains used

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