You're wrong on many regards. But I won't address most of it because, because you'll just keep wasting my time with more nonsense (as usual).Andres125sx wrote:Sorry but I don´t think that´s real.
A battery is a fundamental part of any electric setup, wich means an experimental battery with unknown problems will ruin the season of any team willing to assume the risk, as any problem with the battery is an automatic DNF and prototype batteries tend to fail
To use a new battery on FE it must be proved and tested, and if any manufacturer have a new battery proved and tested it is ready or almost ready for the market, and releasing a new battery to the market will bring the manufacturer uncomparable benefits.
Take for example LiS batteries, they´re still under development, on the phase of prototype testing on, for example, Solar Impulse. It has suffered some fire I think, or at least some battery problems because they´re still under development. On a FE car that would be even more problematic as the charging and discharging rates are higher, so I don´t think any racing team is willing to assume the risk of ruining his whole season while developing some new battery
You're just assuming they'd be using the battery for the whole season, but that's not set in stone.
Problem with a battery is not more of an automatic DNF than a problem with the motor, or suspension. This is just another assumption you pulled out of thin air.