Formula 1 has launched a plan to become carbon neutral by 2030.
It says the intention is to wipe out the carbon footprint of activity at race tracks, including road and air transport of staff and equipment to the events.
The globe travelling motor sports says it will “move to ultra-efficient logistics and travel and 100% renewably powered offices, facilities and factories” and offset emissions that cannot be cut.
And as a step, F1 said it would begin carbon-reduction projects immediately.
Chairman and chief executive of Formula One Chase Carey added that it will make all events “sustainable” by 2025, including eliminating single-use plastics and ensuring all waste is reused, recycled or composted.
And in 2021, rules will demand that the petrol used in F1 has a biofuel content of at least 10%.