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MotoGP World Championship to phase out fossil fuels by 2027

The MotoGP World Championship has confirmed it will phase out the use of fossil fuel in all grand prix classes by 2027. The first step will see the current petrol replaced by fuel with a minimum of 40% non-fossil origin ('biofuel' or 'eFuel') in 2024. That will then increase to 100% by 2027. The premier-class will continue to allow open fuel competition, meaning a range of different types of sustainable fuel are expected to be developed by the various brands, working in partnership with their manufacturer. 'These fuels of the future will be able to be used in a standard internal combustion engine and will either be laboratory-created, using components sourced from a carbon capture...
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