Ricardo appointed as "Green" consultant to Formula One
To that end, the FIA has hired Ricardo as a technical consultant to advise on future rules. In particular Ricardo will be focusing on ways to incorporate fuel saving and more environmentally-friendly technology into the new rules. Now that Audi and Peugeot have demonstrated beyond a doubt the performance potential of diesels, it would be cool to see F1 cars with a 2.5L V-6 diesel hybrid with some advanced lithium batteries and running on algae biodiesel.
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