Thanks @Ispano.ispano6 wrote: ↑Sat Oct 17, 2020 2:19 amThe beginning of the article starts off by pointing out that the while the goal is to be carbon neutral by 2050, there is also the goal to have 2/3rds of all automobile sales to be electrified.
What he said specifically aside from what you've translated already:"It's not that we are only pursuing carbon neutrality. Society is moving toward sustainability, and having experienced corona virus, the urgency(speed) in which it's heading has also increased.
It's not that we've changed what we were doing, but that the speed in which we were heading in that direction was not good enough. In addition to carbon neutrality as one aspect of sustainability, there is also the need to stop carbon emissions for all 4-wheel and 2-wheel vehicle's powertrains, otherwise we cannot meet the expectations of society nor can we lead in that field. The people who currently work on the F1 project are THE pros in that region(field), and they no longer will be available to work on F1 because of the need to have them work on the future power unit and energy laboratory. It is not that we've lost interest in F1 or that F1 is no good.
Btw, this time GT translated my quote correctly?