Repsol is supplying 100% renewable fuel to the French Formula 4 championship for the second consecutive season. In 2022, the French Formula 4 was the first single-seater competition in the world to use 100% advanced biofuel, showing the way for the entire world of motorsports.
Through a technical and commercial agreement with the French F4, Repsol this season supplies 50,000 liters of advanced biofuel that has been developed and manufactured at the Repsol Technology Lab in Móstoles (Madrid), Spain.
The agreement is part of Repsol’s global commitment to motorsports as a lever for the development of fuels for today’s vehicles and for the future. The Spanish multi-energy company is also involved in several motorsport sponsorships, among them the Grand Prix de Pau. Most notably, Repsol sponsors the official MotoGP Honda team and is working to ensure that by 2024 the fuels used by the team will be made up of at least 40% renewable fuel, with the aim of increasing it to 100% by 2027. The company has also sponsored the driver Isidre Esteve in the Dakar Rally 2022, where they jointly developed the advanced biofuel with which the car driver competed.
Repsol’s commitment to the world of motor racing has been going on for more 50 years. High-level competition is serving the company as a test bench to progress in the development of better fuels for the future, with the aim of making them available to the customers at its service stations soon.