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Domenicali sees F1 providing 'great future' for hybrid technology

Formula 1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali believes the sport's future will prove the merits of hybrid engine technology as applied to the automobile industry as an alternative to electrification. Formula 1, the teams and the FIA are set to define the regulations surrounding Grand Prix racing's next engine cycle that is expected to start in 2026 at the latest. Initial discussions appear to point to a framework that will include once again F1's hybrid technology, in some form or the other, which was first introduced in 2014. But the automobile industry's ongoing paradigm shift to electrification has sparked the prospect of a battery powered F1 in the future. Formula E founder Alejandro...
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