A quick look at the chemical properties of Red Bull’s Formula 1 cars reveals they are not made of carbon dioxide but rather a mix of other elements including sulfur, oxygen, nitrogen, oxygen isotopes, and hydrogen.
The team said the fuel’s formula has been developed to ensure the fuel is able to work in a variety of conditions and to ensure it can run in a wide variety of temperatures, including hot summer temperatures.
The cars also have a special engine compartment to keep heat away from the engine and fuel tanks.
“It’s important that we can run the engines at all temperatures.
It helps us to make sure that the cars run as well as they can in a hot environment,” team principal Christian Horner told ESPN.
“So it’s not a problem with the engine; it’s a problem in the fuel.”