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Manufacturers of Formula 1 rings by. But one has not become apparent but so far. This also shows a scene from the press conference in front of the Grand Prix in Spielberg, where red-bull team boss Christian Horner and Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff put together: The topic of the future of the future the opinions went far apart.
Horner first represented the thesis, the internal combustion engine has a future. And he suggested, "Why do not we carry a drive with high speed and fantastic sound, which we could do environmentally friendly? I think that with biosprit and sustainable fuels would be possible."
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He could imagine this more than an expansion of the electrification, which will be "politically forced" on top of that, so Horner. He basically questions the electrification trend: "Is that really the right way for the next 25 or 30 years?"
"I think the Formula 1 could play a key role in fuels, [because] we work on sustainability and zero emissions, with a high-rotating drive that awakens emotions," he explains. "Would not it be great, we would take this way? I'm sure every Grand Prix would take place before full ranks."
Wolff represents a different opinion than Horner
Wolff but does not affect: "I would contradict Christian. We think so, but we are not the most relevant generation."
The Mercedes team boss refers to the young Formula 1 audience. "You can ask a 18- or 22-year-old questions, which has relevance noise for him. Most consume [Formula 1] but about different terminals where the sounds have only a small or no relevance."
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Wolff does not want to be misunderstood at this point: "Personally, I like [the sound]. I'd like a twelve cylinder that roars the road. But: We are a sport and we are a business."
Mercedes: Just do not lose the relevance!
Therefore, the formula 1 danger, "our entire relevance to our partners, sponsors and shareholders are involved if we do not deal with the environment and our impact," says Wolff. He gives Horner's proposal a clear cancellation.
A return to classic internal combustion engines could not allow formula 1. That would be in Wolff's eyes "The wrong orientation, if we remember where the world moves. Even if we like loud internal combustion engines," says Wolff. "Let's stay, then we probably chas away every single business partner from the formula 1."
and so is currently in the room to capture at the current turbo hybrid concept, but from 2025 but entirely to set sustainable fuels. In addition, the hybrid component could be strengthened. Another key point of the new approach is a significant cost reduction.
more expensive than expected: so high estimated Horner the damage for Red Bull .
© Motorsport Images The Red Bull of Max Stappen was after the accident a debris cluster as dissatisfied Red Bull not only with Lewis Hamilton's maneuvers against Max stages in Silverstone, but Also with the subsequent punishment for the seven-finished formula-1 world champion was, in the comments of Christian Horner and Helmut Marko after the race was more than clear.