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FIA president Jean Todt frustrated by WRC's slow uptake on hybrid technology

FIA president Jean Todt has admitted he is frustrated at the slow progress made by the World Rally Championship in introducing electric or hybrid technology to the championship. The Frenchman, who is a big supporter of green technology and pushed for F1 to go hybrid in 2009 as well as helping to set-up the all-electric Formula E series, blames the WRC manufacturers for pushing back on hybrid rules. 'It is a big frustration for me not to see that rallying has engaged on at least some hybridisation and new technology,' Todt told Motorsport Week. 'The reason is, I am told by people who are there to run the business, that manufacturers don't want it. They don't want to...
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