Formula One Racing may seem like a gas eating race series but they have actually been driving to reduce their carbon footprint for the last nine years. According to Forbes, there are four foundations to F1's mantle when it comes to sustainability and of course one of these is environmental. In 2010 F1 was proud to announce that they had slashed their carbon emissions within three years and since 2014, all their cars have become more fuel efficient with their 2.4 litre V8s being replaced by 1.6 litre V6 turbos. These engines themselves enable the cars to finish a race with no more than 100kg of fuel - a huge 35% less than the previous power units.
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