The Energy Recovery System has been designed to harvest energy and charge the car's onboard battery for deployment when the... There's more... Management refers to how the energy is being used, either deployed ore regenerated.
The teams have various modes for this. You can have high Battery deployment purely refers to the battery being used to create more power. This can either be from the engine... There's more..., low deployment, high regeneration, low regeneration, balanced, top speed, An overtake is when one car passes another. It sounds obvious but it is not as simple as that. The... There's more..., etc. The teams all have different versions of all of these, depending on how they need the car to handle.
The reason for all these different modes is how the energy is being harvested and distributed. You have energy coming in from the The MGU-H (Heat) uses excess exhaust gases from the engine to feed power to the energy store, which is then... There's more..., and The MGU-K (Kinetic) harvests energy from the decelerating wheels back to the energy store for later use. The power created... There's more..., and either going to batteries or deployment to produce more power.
Battery deployment purely refers to the battery being used to create more power. This can either be from the engine... There's more... purely refers to the The Battery (ESS or Energy Storage System) is a key part of the modern hybrid PU in today's F1 cars.... There's more... being used to create more power. This can either be from the Power Unit (PU) modes are a combination of settings formatted into engine maps that allow the team to adjust the... There's more... – for instance, high deployment or A hot lap, also referred to as a flying lap is when the driver sets out to do a very... There's more... mode, or using the overtake button.