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Video: How the F1 hybrid power systems work

In our latest video, RacingNews365.com dives into the world of Formula 1 technology. Here, we explain how the ERS system on a hybrid Formula 1 engine works.

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RacingNews365 is diving into the world of Formula 1 technology in our latest video series. This is to keep you informed on the very latest developments in the premier class of motorsport.

In today's video, we're discussing the ERS system of a hybrid Formula 1 engine, with the hybrids introduced to F1 in 2014.

These cutting edge technological marvels are more than just an 'engine', as they utilise various technologies to deliver massively impressive horsepower, incredible reliability and frugality, as well as being hugely efficient.

But how does this system actually work? And what exactly does ERS mean?

RacingNews365 explains in the video below everything about the hybrid system and how the system plays an important role in today's Formula 1.

Let us know in the comments what you thought and if you have any suggestions for future tech videos, be sure to let us know.


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