Formula 1 has banned military air displays at Grands Prix on sustainability and environmental grounds.
Fly-bys and other demonstrations by the use of military airplane have reworked now not atypical as part of events building up to the start of races.
F1 goals to be carbon unbiased by the use of 2030.
There is also a concern the displays can be used to make geopolitical statements with which F1 does not want to be comparable.
However, it is most definitely groups such since the RAF’s Red Arrows will be licensed as they are much much less obviously attached to the military.
And fly-bys involving civilian airplanes – harking back to going on at one of the crucial Middle Eastern races which may well be subsidized by the use of airlines – will nevertheless be licensed as long as the planes are the usage of sustainable fuels.