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Bryan G, you are in dire need to do some serious and solid research on the subject you embarked upon, but you will have to separate the weed from the chaff of the printed media that you read.
“The FIA rules, Pressure charging/turbo charging", by use of one single stage compressor, linked to one single stage exhaust turbine by a common shaft, parallel to the engine crankshaft and within 25mm of he car centreline, an electrical motor generator (MGUH) may be directly coupled to the same shaft.
If one looks carefully at the Mercedes turbo charger one can see the (MGUH) motor generator in between the compressor and exhaust turbines all on the same common shaft (and no shaft through the vee!)