IndyCar delays official launch of hybrid to after Indy 500

The 2.2-liter twin turbocharged V-6 engine fitted with hybrid technology was originally planned to be ready by the season-opening Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on March 10. Rigorous on-track testing of hybrid components dates back to over a year ago and “many significant milestones” passed.Over the last three months, there have been 15,256 miles of testing logged with the new power unit among …Keep reading

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