How hybrid tech will change the BTCC

How hybrid tech will change the BTCC

From the start of the 2022 season, the British Touring Car Championship will feature hybrid technology. Here's how the change is expected to impact the racing in the UK's most popular motorsport category

The British Touring Car Championship has set itself on a clear path to embracing a hybrid future, with the announcement that Cosworth Electronics will supply the systems that will be employed in all cars from the 2022 season.

There is, of course, a necessity for any series that caters for manufacturers to keep itself relevant to a road-going range. That is the whole point of manufacturers joining competition in the first place. The road car landscape is changing dramatically, with increasing demands on companies needing to make vehicles adhere to ever-tighter regulations.

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