Mercedes' F1 team used biofuel to cut freight carbon emissions by 89 percent

2017-08-24_00h03_35 ガジェット総合
Formula 1 isn't exactly the most environmentally friendly organization, but it's trying to become much greener. F1 is targeting net zero carbon emissions by the end of the decade and engine makers have been testing sustainable fuels over the last few years. F1 leaders are aiming to only use sustainable fuels in F1 cars by 2026. Race cars are only a small piece of the puzzle, though. Holding two dozen grands prix around the world requires shifting cars, parts and other materials between circuits, which generate more carbon emissions.The Mercedes-AMG F1 team, however, has experimented