The Mercedes F1 team has acknowledged that as part of their effort to cut carbon emissions, they have made a significant investment in sustainable aviation fuel.
F1 is taking initiatives to gradually but inevitably become a "net zero" carbon sport by 2030.
Mercedes has made public a step they have taken to lessen their own carbon footprint.
Mercedes has determined that one crucial area in which adjustments need to be made is figuring out ways to lessen the environmental impact of those flights.
Mercedes has launched a multi-million dollar investment in Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), a type of aviation fuel made from renewable resources or trash.
Due to the fact that this technology is still developing, there are now just a few manufacturers producing this type of gasoline, but Mercedes is optimistic about their investment.