FIA President Jean Todt has outlined his vision for the future of racing which he feels must follow a path that can fight against climate change.
Todt thinks Formula E is doing very well but says the all-electric racing series does not generate enough interest to promote electric mobility within cities.
"All motorsport must become zero-emission. If not with electrification, through fuel," Todt told Gazzetta Dello Sport.
"We were pioneers with the hybrid in Formula 1 and we have Formula E, but the same will have to happen in rallying and touring car championships."
Todt feels Formula E have a good baseline to grow but says the media must play their part so the championship can build its audience.
"Some media, even specific motorsport media, don't give the championship the interest it deserves," said Tost.
"We have already seen a lot of surprises and fantastic races, here in Rome. The excitement is already growing for the F1 race in Imola next week and that feeling must also come for Formula E.
"We have some of the biggest teams in the championship like Andretti and Penske and we have excellent drivers. So we have all the ingredients in place to have a strong championship that cannot be compared to other series."