Multiple IndyCar teams have been able to test out the series’ new hybrid engine components in the couple months since
The small outfit, Juncos Hollinger Racing (JHR), has experienced delays in receiving the new power elements for the 2024 IndyCar season. The designs for these components are nearly finalized, but JHR has yet to receive any of the new parts. As a result, the team has postponed their planned test sessions. While larger IndyCar teams have been conducting on-track testing throughout the year, not all teams have had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the new hybrid system. JHR is eagerly awaiting the arrival of the components so they can proceed with installing and testing them in their cars. The first race of the 2024 season is scheduled for March 10, giving JHR some time to catch up on track time once the parts are received.