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HPD anxious for next-generation engine rules progress

Honda Performance Development is making strides with the IndyCar’s new-for-2022 engine formula. The next step in the process is determining how to plan for the future as the series looks to answer a key question on the final packaging for the high-power mills. In a June interview with RACER, NTT IndyCar Series president Jay Frye discussed the possibility of delaying the introduction of the spec kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) for a season or two after the new 2.4-liter twin-turbo V6s are introduced. If delayed, Frye also pondered whether a new or different hybridization technology other than KERS might emerge for the series to consider. Facing uncertainty on what the new-motor...
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