How F1 can attain environmental excellence

How F1 can attain environmental excellence

The FIA and Formula 1's engine manufacturers recently agreed on the rules for the power units that will be used from 2021 to 2025. The focus will now turn to the next generation of engines and PAT SYMONDS argues that with that next step efficiency must remain a key priority

Some people may feel that energy efficiency and motorsport are words that don't belong in the same sentence.

Many who don't follow our sport think of racing cars as being gas guzzlers - but this belies the fact that success in motorsport has always been driven by efficiency, whether it be in engine design, aerodynamics, or use of resources.

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