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SBD Global/May 14, 2013/Franchises
Red Bull Driver Mark Webber Could Be Replaced By Fellow Australian Daniel Ricciardo
Published May 14, 2013
WILLIAMS HYBRID BUS: BLOOMBERG's Alex Duff reported Williams Grand Prix Holdings Plc CEO Alex Burns said that the team "expects to start street testing of a hybrid London double-decker bus this year as it seeks a revenue boost from technological expertise." The nine-time F1 constructors' champion and bus operator Go-Ahead Group Plc 14 months ago "agreed to make six prototype vehicles with flywheels that recoup energy from braking, a system Williams developed for racing." Burns said that Williams and Go-Ahead "are testing one prototype off public roads that has shown 'very promising' fuel saving" (BLOOMBERG, 5/13).