F1 Net Zero Carbon – Formula One 2030 Race Car Concept Series

With new ambitious sustainability plan, Formula 1 expects all racing cars to have a net-zero carbon footprint. Here’s a submission from Olcay Karabulut, an attempt to design the next generation of Formula One concept cars: Formula One 2030 Race Car Concepts imagine the future of racing.

Currently, Formula 1 hybrid power unit is able to deliver more power yet using less fuel than any other car. If we could combine this with advanced sustainable fuels and better energy recovery system, the result would create great opportunity to deliver a net-zero carbon hybrid power unit.

F1 Net Zero Carbon - Formula One 2030 Race Car Concept Series by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut

F1 Net Zero Carbon - Formula One 2030 Race Car Concept Series by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut

The conceptual Formula One 2030 Race Car has been designed by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut as glimpse of what we might see in not so distant future on Formula 1 racetrack. It’s good to know that race car design continues to change and evolve not just for better performance, but also for better future. With enhanced aerodynamics and clean aesthetic, these cars have been designed for maximum speed, ready to compete beside one another. Drivers would enjoy better handling without sacrificing the thrill, this race has been focused on dramatic passes and position changes throughout.

The conceptual Formula One 2030 Race Car has been created in a number of different color options and changes perceptions of what we might think racing vehicles of the future might look like.

F1 Net Zero Carbon - Formula One 2030 Race Car Concept Series by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut

F1 Net Zero Carbon - Formula One 2030 Race Car Concept Series by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut

F1 Net Zero Carbon - Formula One 2030 Race Car Concept Series by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut

F1 Net Zero Carbon - Formula One 2030 Race Car Concept Series by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut

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