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TheriusVR46 December 28th, 2019 11:06 PM

MOTOGP fuel future? Switch to Net Zero Carbon or Hydrogen fuel cell system?
The traditional Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) in a automobile and motorcycle will slowly decline and dead in the next 10 years due to most racing series electing switch to hybrids/electrics/Net Zero Carbon/Hydrogen. NZC and hydrogen are the future of racing and the gasoline will slowly decline too.

Your opinions?

Barbedwirebikerr December 29th, 2019 05:50 PM

misfit December 30th, 2019 02:36 AM

I think it's inevitable but not without the conservatives fighting. However, I wouldn't put down a timeline. 10yrs is not a long time and proactive change is not one of our strong points. We change with immediate, *personal* life-threat and/or if there's wealth to be had in such change. We change slowest when there are heavy investments to be lost. We would happily go in harms way to protect those investments.

Segfault January 1st, 2020 03:24 PM

Yea, remains to be seen. The man-made climate change is one of greatest bluffs, but it seems to be working on indoctrinated folks in the western world. The funny part is since there is no reliable scientific method to prove there is climate warming then obviously there is also no way to prove there isn't. This gives green light to all politically ordered fake studies which have only one ultimate goal - to collect more in taxes. If they really were worried about climate they would be for nuclear energy - they are not; and they should be nagging on China where all the pollution comes from - they do not do that, either. Even if the whole western block stopped existing and stopped all emissions it still would be only a drop in the bucket compared to all China and other East emissions.

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