IndyCar delays hybrid racers to 2023

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Honda performance division President Ted Klaus characterized hybrids as essential, saying they were a “bridge to the future.” However, there’s also a certain amount of social pressure. With the electric Formula E league gaining traction (helped by Honda’s Formula 1 exit) and more governments planning to end sales of combustion engine vehicles, IndyCar risked looking out of touch if it stuck to purely gas-based engines.

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