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McLaren Racing has detailed plans in its report to develop a fully circular sustainable Formula One car as part of efforts to halve its greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint by 2030 and achieve carbon next zero by 2040.
The latest report, though more comprehensive in scope than the one released last year, moves the goal of achieving a net-zero carbon footprint back by ten years.
One of the new objectives for McLaren is to quicken the transition to a circular economy by establishing and putting circulatory practices in place as well as researching the creation of a fully circular Formula One car. In addition to incorporating sustainability principles early in the design process, taking into account environmental impacts like product lifecycle and energy use, the team will look to improve its waste operations.
McLaren stated that its goals for 2021 included getting rid of trackside single-use plastics and cutting back on operational waste.
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