"Dear Guy, that it is just the Formula E Switzerland gets this weekend to get back to racing, does not surprise me. Electric cars have the perception and fit the image of cities and political parties. But if you look a bit deeper, the story is very different. In reality, many internal combustion engines are more CO2-neutral than electric cars. Logical, because they have been developed for a hundred years. I used to drive with a Panamera 3.0 diesel that consumed 6.8 liters per 100 kilometers. Now I have a hybrid that runs partly on electricity, but it uses 12 liters. Which car is greener then? Also the electric racing sometimes gives a false picture. They race through the city, but around the corner behind a shelter are diesel generators to charge the cars. "
"I am not a green boy, but I think we have to take our responsibility. We have to work on environmentally friendly cars. But currently motorsport is not ready for that yet. The big brands do not have enough electric cars yet. I ordered a Porsche Mission E because it is simply the most beautiful car I know. But first he would be delivered in 2018, now it has already moved up to 2020. They are not ready yet. "" Will I ever race electrically? I do not exclude that, but I think it will never be my main program. The main championships of motorsport will continue to drive for some decades with internal combustion engines. Four years ago I was first approached to step into a new championship for electric GTs. But that too is postponed again and again. It will be for the next generations. The smallest home is five years. He will still experience it. "
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