The BTCC's hybrid future faces urgent hurdles

The BTCC's hybrid future faces urgent hurdles

The British Touring Car Championship recently announced it is investigating how to incorporate hybrid technology into its future machines. In doing so it's following the higher echelons of motorsport, while also revealing risks for its grass roots

Motorsport and health and safety.

Think about them: they aren't easy partners. Motorsport is a risk-positive sport, and health and safety is risk averse.

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