Hypercar hybrid ready for the World Endurance 2020/2021
Advertised in the traditional press conference of Le Mans by the Automobile Club de l'ouest last June, the new regulations of the World championship Endurance which will come into force in season 2020/2021 have been approved by the World Council of the FIA met in St. Petersburg, Russia, yesterday Wednesday, December 5th. The main novelty is the introduction of the concept of the Hypercar as the basis for the overall category that will replace the LMP1, waiting for the name that will be chosen by fans through a survey, with a cycle, valid for five years (2024/2025) from September 2020.
The car's silhouette will have a maximum length of 5,000 mm, a maximum width of 2,000 mm, a height of 1,150 mm and a pitch of 3.150 mm, in addition to the aerodynamic floating, both front and rear, with two configurations, pre-established, which may not be used at the same time. To understand if the driver will be left free to run at will or if there will be areas required to change the aerodynamic load. Compared to 980 kg announced by the ACO at Le Mans, the minimum weight was set at 1,040 kg, high in comparison with 878 kg of the LMP1 hybrid and 833 kg of LMP1 thermal.
During the first year, each manufacturer must produce a minimum of 25 specimens with the same engine and hybrid system of the car that will race in the WEC, which will become 100 by the end of the second year. It will be possible to homologate a maximum of two cars during the five seasons, until June 2025. In the same period, each manufacturer can take advantage of a maximum of five joker to develop and evolve their car.The top of the range 2018 the most complete on the market? Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, on offer today by Phone Strike Shop 528 euro or from Amazon at 599 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING