GreenGT and the Automobile Club de l’Oues (ACO) have partnered to launch H24Racing, the project to race a hydrogen (H2)-electric prototype which will lead the way to the mobility of the future.
In 2024, a new class of H2-powered cars will compete at the 24 Hours of Le Mans alongside combustion engine cars. Work is already under way at the ACO to introduce the exciting all-new class of cars in top-level endurance racing.
Pierre Fillon, President of the ACO, said, “A new team spells excitement, enthusiasm, expectancy and promise. I have to admit a sense of fulfilment in announcing the arrival of H24Racing. With this team, we are making our project real. GreenGT’s accomplishments in research, development and implementation in fuel cell technology are unprecedented.
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