F1 » McLaren retains Carbon Trust Standard

Vodafone McLaren Mercedes becomes first-ever Formula 1 team to be awarded, and retain, the coveted Carbon Trust Standard

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oldtimer - Unregistered

November 08, 2012 10:18 AM

This has no relevance to the fact that McClaren once again have not produced a top level car, in addition their realibility, pit stops and strategy has not been what one would expect from a team with so much money. Perhaps they should concentrate on their core business which is being a top F1 team rather than messing around with green issues with which the best will in the World nobody but Ron Dennis is interested in.

The Carbon Kid - Unregistered

November 08, 2012 10:40 AM

Worthless Politically Correct propoganda of a relatively non issue
Look into all the Carbon offsetting bs spin from a non biased viewpoint (most of its proponents are making lots of money from it) and many of the arguments are highly spurious to say the least

A much more valid worry is the total poisoning of all areas of this planet's everyday life with chemicals that feminise and cause harm to males of all species including humans

See that and see why its being done and how virtually nothing is being done to combat it

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