They have a tiny budget and a 2 year programme. They've spent half of their programme dealing with problems out of their hands. It was never going to recover from that. You seem to think that manufacturers just chuck an idea onto a track willy-nilly and then find out if it's any good later. We aren't living in 1910. They did, and were doing so even before Le Mans, as they knew ToroTrak had fluffed it up. They were planning to move to Porsche's battery vendor for 2016. You have a miniscule budget. You have one radical idea, built around a compact flywheel system that is able to deliver massive amounts of power in short, sharp bursts. If that fails, then you can't magic up money and change the laws of physics to make everything work the way you originally intended. It's not our fault if you don't "buy" the facts.