In 2019 Formula 1 announced our commitment to be Net-Zero Carbon by 2030 as part of our wider Sustainability Strategy, setting ambitious targets from “factory to flag” and key members of our sporting community including our Teams, Race Promoters, Partners, Suppliers, Broadcasters, the FIA and many more are rising to the challenge and are contributing to our carbon reduction goals.
Since we launched out strategy in 2019, we have achieved the following:
Furthered development on a 100% sustainable fuel for our cars in 2026 and beyond. Trialled a 55% version of this in F2 and F3 from 2023.
Increased our remote broadcast operations, reducing the amount of freight that travels around the world.
Transitioned to 100% renewable energy in our F1 offices
Redesigned our freight containers that enable more efficient aircraft to be used
Achieved the highest Sustainability Management accreditation awarded by the FIA (3* accredited)
Issued guidance to all our Race Promoters to help assist them in best practice when running a sustainable event
Delivered carbon neutral broadcast productions at Silverstone in 2021 and 2022
Changed our European freight operation to use biofuel powered Trucks through working with partner DHL
F1 is developing a 100% sustainable fuel, which will be used in F1 cars from 2026, in line with the introduction of the next-generation hybrid engines. Here’s what you need to know:
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