Vettel supports the transition of Formula 1 to biofuels

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Sebastian Vettel is delighted with the efforts of Formula 1 and the FIA ​​to make his favorite sport less harmful to the environment. “Greener” Formula 1 can become due to the gradual transition to biofuels, and the beginning of this process is scheduled for 2022.

“As you get older, you become wiser, especially when you are raising children. Then you start to think about how we will leave them the world in which they grow up, – said the four-time world champion. – Formula 1 already has plans for the future, and, in my opinion, their most interesting part can be considered the desire to switch to the use of biofuels or synthetic fuels.

This can have a noticeable effect, including such technologies will be in demand outside the racing tracks. We have state-of-the-art technology and excellent engineers to help speed up this process.

Formula 1 is ready to take on a completely new task, we have all the necessary resources for this, because the championship teams spend a lot of money. Why not apply all of this for something useful, which can also be used in mass production cars and on ordinary roads. “



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