Posts Tagged ‘Williams Hybrid Power’

1 Sep 2011: Williams energy storage to be used for mass transit

Williams’ flywheel-based energy storage system, first developed for its Formula One cars, is set to break into the world of mass transit thanks to a new business deal.

24 Jan 2011: Williams Hybrid Power wins second energy recovery plaudit

Williams Hybrid Power, which took the eponymous F1 team’s energy recovery system and developed it into a technology suitable for a wide range of road and race cars, has won further industry recognition for its achievements.

28 Apr 2010: F1: Williams follows McLaren down diversification road

The latest McLaren road car might be the most well-known example of a F1 race team diversifying away from pure track action – but McLaren is certainly not the only team travelling down that road.

11 Feb 2010: Porsche’s new hybrid racer to feature Williams tech

Porsche has announced that it will be entering a hybrid race car in May’s 24 Hours of the Nurburgring featuring a technical collaboration with Williams born from that company’s development of KERS.

 
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