NASCAR Sr. V.P. of Racing Innovation John Probst signs up with Fox News Autos Editor Gary Gastelu in The Fox Garage to speak about the NASCAR NextGen Cup Series vehicle that’s set to debut at Daytona next February.
Big modification is pertaining to NASCAR next year in the kind of its Next Gen cars and truck.
The Toyota Camry Cup Series cars and truck evaluated at Charlotte today.
The brand new style that was checked at the Charlotte Motor Speedway oval today includes a composite body, independent rear suspension, larger brakes, bigger wheels and tires and a five-speed consecutive transaxle, to name a few updates.
It’s a technological leap on a number of fronts compared to the existing Cup Series vehicle, however still gets all of its power from a huge gasoline-fueled V8 … in the meantime.
NASCAR had actually formerly recommended that a hybrid powertrain might be en route, and now we understand when it may show up.
Fox Sports press reporter Bob Pockrass reports that NASCAR President Steve Phelps informed the SportsBusiness Journal World Congress of Sports on Tuesday that the automobiles will “most likely” get a hybrid powertrain in 2024.
The rear-mounted transaxle can be seen in this cutaway of the Next Gen Toyota Camry Cup Series cars and truck.
NASCAR had actually formerly exposed that the Next Gen vehicle was future-proofed for such a relocation, which would likely include including an electrical motor to the transaxle, which would be utilized to include power in performance with the V8 under velocity and offer regenerative braking that would charge a little battery to power it.
The setup would be most advantageous on brief tracks and roadway courses and may not even relate to superspeedways, where it’s possible the automobiles would run without it, however as it stays in advancement, there’s no informing what the last style will appear like.
In the meantime, the Next Gen vehicles are arranged to very first race on a momentary track developed within the L.A. Memorial Coliseum for the Clash exhibit occasion in February ahead of their competitive launching at the Daytona 500 later on in the month.