Honda, in collaboration with Chevrolet and Team Penske, has been testing the supercapacitor system on Honda’s side with Chip Ganassi Racing. The hybrid system, which is being tested by drivers such as Dixon and Will Power, has a power output of up to 150bhp, similar to the current engine boost system. The implementation and usage of the hybrid system in the upcoming season is still under discussion with IndyCar officials. The objective is to enhance the close racing and offer the drivers more tools through the hybrid system to showcase their skill and make overtakes more challenging. Dixon has expressed his support for the driver-input factor and hopes the technology will bring excitement to the racing. The implementation timeline has faced delays due to testing difficulties and supply chain issues.