Climate protection in the formula 1: Rosberg wants to enlighten Fridays-for-Future-children

From the point of view of former formula 1 world champion Niko Rosberg will not be assessed the climate protection efforts of his much-criticized Sports enough.

Climate protection in the formula 1: Rosberg wants to enlighten Fridays-for-Future-children

From the point of view of former formula 1 world champion Niko Rosberg will not be assessed the climate protection efforts of his much-criticized Sports enough. "The most Important thing for the Sport is that you have to take care of and trying to make a giant contribution. In this way, the formula is 1. And I would tell all Fridays-for-Future-children one day," said Rosberg in an Interview with the Germany radio.

The 35-Year-old is "proud that the formula has 1 to a total extreme goals. 2030 you want to be as a Sport completely climate-neutral." In November of last year, the international automobile Federation set up a Plan for the series, which also includes sustainable Events without plastic waste from 2025.

the motors from the formula E, in the Rosberg's as an Investor is involved, are now used also for road cars, finds Rosberg "mega cool". It was important "that we support the entire mobility industry, and a greener future advance." While in the formula 1 on Sunday (15.10/RTL and Sky), the first Grand Prix to the Corona-forced break in Spielberg/Austria takes place, the formula E season in August in Berlin, with six races in nine days (from 5. August) to continue.

Virtual and Autonomous race faces Rosberg was also positive: "I think there is still a lot of potential. It is apparently difficult for artificial intelligence to teach how to drive a race car on the Limit. But that will come. And then it is machine against machine, Team against Team."

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Updated Date: 04 July 2020, 01:27

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