IndyCar Eyes 2.2-Liter Hybrid Powerplant

INDIANAPOLIS ā€” The NTT IndyCar Series remains committed to sustainability in the future, according to an update released by the series on Tuesday. IndyCar is also continuing its path toward the introduction of a hybrid engine platform for the 2024 race season, however it will not be the planned 2.4-liter powerplant. ā€œTheĀ 2.2-liter IndyCarĀ enginesĀ suppliedĀ byĀ HondaĀ andĀ ChevroletĀ haveĀ providedĀ theĀ most competitive racing in the world. In addition, all IndyCar teamĀ transportersĀ supportingĀ the series,Ā willĀ continueĀ withĀ 100 percent RenewableĀ Diesel as they journey from their race shops to all 2023 race venues. This scalable, sustainable and domestic source of natural rubber will be utilized in 2023 as the alternate race tire in all IndyCar Series street races. The 2023 NTT IndyCar Series season will begin Sunday, March 5 at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg presented by RP Funding.

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