Formula 1 intends to race on fully sustainable fuel in 2026, but as technical director Pat Symonds explains it has many problems to solve.
Formula 2 will help develop the sustainable fuels Formula 1 will use from 2026 but those running the series are confident reliability won’t be compromised.
The FIA has issued an invitation for engine manufacturers to tender for a contract to supply new power units to the Formula 2 championship from 2024 to 2026.
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Sebastian Vettel used sustainable fuel priced at over £5 per litre for his demonstration run in Nigel Mansell’s 1992 Williams-Renault FW14B.
Clean-burning hydrogen has an obvious appeal as a fuel but an equally obvious drawback in terms of safety. Are there any motorsports which could make use of it?
Formula 2 and Formula 3 will trial new synthetic, sustainable fuels before they are introduced to Formula 1 in 2026.