Formula 1: Ralf Schumacher looks great responsibility in motorsport in terms of climate
The former Formula 1 pilot Ralf Schumacher sees motorsport and the automotive industry in combating climate change in the duty. "We only have a planet, and we carry a great responsibility to make our contribution," said the 46-year-old on Monday under the SID -Mixedzone.
Not only the Formula 1 has meanwhile but "an insane dynamic developed, the companies are very, a lot of money in the hand to make their farms CO2-neutral. This is here everywhere," said Schumacher.
The ADAC GT Masters, for example, foreseeable on Monday at the start of the season in Oschersleben (23./24 April), immediately sets a new fuel. This is about 50 percent of renewable components and was developed exclusively for the racing series.
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With a view to the mobility of the future, so Schumacher, electro can not be the sole solution. "The topic of e-mobility is broken a bit of the fence, I wonder where the electricity has come, if it suddenly would make everyone," said Schumacher: "It's also possible with other fuels, with CO2 neutral fuel, With hydrogen. There are many things on us, and e-mobility will definitely be an ingredient. "