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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB16B, Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes W12, Lando Norris, McLaren MCL35M, Sergio Perez, Red Bull Racing RB16B, the rest of the field at the start
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The adapt or die mentality that will shape F1's future

As attitudes towards the motor car and what powers it change, Formula 1 must adapt its offering. Mark Gallagher ponders the end of fossil fuels

If you found the blanket coverage of November’s COP26 UN climate change conference in Glasgow hard to take, beware. My topic is grand prix motor racing’s role in helping to combat climate change caused by human activities.

While mainstream media brought us deep insights on driving an electric car from London to Glasgow and asked politicians why they use aeroplanes, the world of motorsport was walking the walk. Formula E, Extreme E and other motorsport EVangelists led the way.

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