BTCC HYBRID CLOCKS UP SIGNIFICANT MILEAGE AT OULTON PARK

The car ran with the new-for-2022 TOCA engine produced by M-Sport on the Cheshire circuit – as it has done throughout its 2021 test and development programme. Significantly, all major hybrid components in the test car (such as the hybrid motor, battery and electronics) are exactly the same as those in the car when it first ran in July 2020, with no component failures or maintenance needed. Testing will continue throughout the remainder of the year before the full introduction of hybrid power in 2022. Liam Little, M-Sport Engine Engineer: “From our side, using the engine with the TOCA Hybrid car at this test is a case of keeping it running in order to let the tyre guys do their work. So we’re very happy with the miles we’ve got from the test.

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