Inside the spec hybrid spine of LMDh cars

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Cars built to the LMDh ruleset that replaces IMSA’s Daytona Prototype international (DPi) class next year will be eligible to race in the WEC’s Hypercar class against bespoke Le Mans Hypercars (LMH).
LMDh manufacturers must incorporate a spec hybrid system that produces 50kW (67 horsepower) into their powertrain package, which can produce a maximum power output between 480 and 520kW. This …Keep reading

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