Zytek is a world leader in motorsport technology, producing chassis, engines and electronics.
Formed in 1981, Zytek has developed a reputation for excellence in both performance and reliability. Its engines have finished first and second at the gruelling Le Mans 24 Hours and powered teams to championships in International Formula 3000 and the Le Mans Series, its chassis have won races on three continents and it is widely recognised as the number one supplier for one make championships, having supplied Formula 3000 for nine years and A1GP for three.
A recent development is that of hybrid systems. Zytek has produced the most successful hybrid systems in motorsport, beginning with the Panoz Q9 in 1999. In 2009, Zytek produced a Le Mans Prototype which ran with a Zytek Q10 Hybrid system finishing on the podium on its debut at Lime Rock Park, Connecticut in the fifth round of the American Le Mans Series.