The German Sebastian Vettel, team driver Aston Martin of F1, demanded that those responsible for the World Cup take "Many more measures" to protect the climate and the environment, as what you are doing right now "Humanity is probably not enough" to guarantee the future.
The category can continue to have its place if it "addresses and puts into practice the appropriate measures," said the four-time world champion in the middle of the Dutch Grand Prix which is disputed in Zandvoort.
"In its role as a technology leader, Formula 1 can be relevant for the future", stressed the four-time champion. In your opinion the specialty "He has only taken the first step."
F.1 wants to be neutral in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. To do this, it has presented a long-term strategy. However, in Zandvoort environmentalists had announced protests against the race, in part because the circuit, located in an area of coastal dunes in the North Sea, runs through a nature reserve.
“What we are doing as humanity is probably not enough. And if we continue like this, we have no future "Vettel warned. Therefore, the 34-year-old driver asked for a racing calendar "sensible" so teams don't travel back and forth unnecessarily and he proposed that F.1 also teach many people who attend their races to be more aware of the weather and the environment.
Vettel added that not only must it be ensured that spectator garbage ends up in the trash, but it is necessary to promote that less garbage is produced.
This season, at the end of Grand Prix of Great Britain At Silverstone, the German driver caused quite a stir when he helped clean the stands.