F1 2021: update 1.12 adds Imola and other news, here is the trailer of the circuit

F1 2021: update 1.12 adds Imola and other news, here is the trailer of the circuit

F1 2021

F1 2021 is updated today and introduces various new features. The biggest addition of update 1.12 is for sure the Imola circuit, which is also shown in the trailer above. Let's see all the details of this patch.

Today's update, October 13, 2021, adds the Autodromo Enzo and Dino Ferrari - also known as Imola - in F1 2021. The Italian circuit has been recreated in detail . This addition follows that of Portimao, last month, and above all means that there is only one major circuit missing: Jeddah Street Circuit. The latter is scheduled for November and will once again be distributed as a free update.

As mentioned, however, the Imola circuit is not the only novelty of the F1 2021 update. new livery for Red Bulls cars, which you can see below in the official Formula 1 tweet. However, it should be noted that this livery will only be available until November 15th, so you should get it before it is removed.

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To all this are added bug fixes - always included in update 1.12 - and the following contents for F1 2021:

The Esports Pit Release option has been added to multiplayer sessions Added support for Fanatec CSL DD base Added support for AMD FSR and CACAO

The previous update was released exactly one month ago, for all the details here is our dedicated news: F1 2021: first major update introduces a circuit and other news.

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Williams F1 team sets 2030 climate positive target

Formula One F1 - Turkish Grand Prix - Intercity Istanbul Park, Istanbul, Turkey - October 8, 2021 Jost Capito, CEO of Williams during the press conference FIA/Handout via REUTERS

LONDON, Oct 13 (Reuters) - The Williams Formula One team have pledged to be climate positive by 2030 and be the 'pace-setter for sustainability in global motorsport' as part of a new strategy revealed on Wednesday.

The British-based former champions said they had also become the first F1 team to sign the U.N. Sports for Climate Action Framework.

Climate positive means going beyond achieving net-zero carbon emissions by removing additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Formula One aims to achieve a net zero-carbon footprint by 2030, with 100% sustainable fuels introduced long before then, as it addresses questions about its relevance in a world increasingly focused on clean energy and climate change.

Champions Mercedes say they have already achieved a net zero carbon footprint.

'We have taken time to thoroughly analyse our entire operation and develop a comprehensive purpose-driven sustainability strategy to accelerate our sustainable transformation,' said Williams chief executive Jost Capito.

'So today we are making the commitment to be climate positive by 2030 and we will be using our knowledge to nurture and develop advanced technology to meet this goal.'

Capito said Formula One had the power to inspire millions of people around the world and was the pinnacle of many advanced technologies.

Britain is hosting the COP26 U.N. climate change conference in Glasgow next month. The summit is billed as the last big chance for leaders to announce firm targets to cut climate-warming industrial emissions this decade.

Williams, who use Mercedes engines, listed five key pillars of its sustainability strategy.

They included reducing carbon emissions from travel, with the sport planning a record 23 races around the world next year and possibly more in years to come, and energy consumption at the factory.

The team will also seek to create their own energy and develop carbon capture technologies.

Reporting by Alan Baldwin, editing by Christian Radnedge

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