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SBD Global/March 20, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Zytek Could Join F1 As Engine Supplier As Early As '14, Works On Hybrid Systems
Published March 20, 2013
F1 teams "can use two energy-recovery systems in '14." One is the already used KERS system that recovers the kinetic energy of braking and stores it for later use under acceleration. The second one "will use the heat energy created by the newly introduced turbo engines." These engines "are also in complience with WEC regulations" (SPOX, 3/17).
@racecarengineer development focus is now on Hybrid Systems for 2014 Regulations (F1 & WEC) but cant say too much about that at this stage.— Zytek Motorsport (@ZytekMotorsport) March 16, 2013