Jenson Button urges F1 bosses to make major rule change ‘every driver would want’ – but 2009 world champion issues serious warning
Formula 1 replaced naturally aspirated engines with hybrid cars in 2014 From 2026, sports will become even more dependent on electricity * Buton hopes that sustainable fuels could lead to a return of internal combustion engines.
Jenson Button wants internal combustion engines to be reintroduced in Formula 1 if they can run on sustainable fuels. The Sport said goodbye to naturally aspirated V8s nine years ago, replacing them with 1.6-liter turbocharged V6s backed by driver-accessible energy recovery systems.
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The so-called “hybrid era” of Formula 1 will enter a new phase from 2026, when cars will be powered by new engines that use sustainable fuels but with a greater share of electric power. Button supported the efforts of the sport to become more environmentally friendly and believes that sustainable fuels could pave the way for a return to the use of internal combustion engines, which would improve both the quality of the races and the sound of the cars.
Speaking at the Goodwood Revival earlier this week, the 2009 world champion suggested that sustainable combustion engines would be the ideal solution for the sport. Jenson Button has called for Formula 1 to recycle internal combustion engines as long as they can run on sustainable fuels. Jenson Button has urged F1 drivers to recycle internal combustion engines as long as they can run on sustainable fuels.