Couldn't they just move to ethanol now to get away from fossil fuels? It has been done before, and it works.MtthsMlw wrote: ↑Sun Jun 02, 2019 10:01 amAMuShttps://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/for ... 2-neutral/Synthetic fuel as of 2021
The premier class of motor sports wants to gradually convert to synthetic and CO2-neutral fuel.
The only problem: At the moment, these so-called E-Fuels are not yet available in sufficient quantities to cover a complete Formula 1 season, all test drives and test bench runs. For this reason, only 20 percent of this fuel will be added to petrol in 2021. The 20 percent refer to mass. In terms of energy density, it should already be 30 percent.
The proportion of these fuels cultivated in the laboratory is to increase continuously until 2025, preferably in 10 percent increments, in order to become completely independent of fossil fuels at some point in the future.
PS: Adding these to the front wheels would accomplish my AWD fantasy.