FIA, F1, Extreme E establish hydrogen working group for motorsports

The Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), FIA Formula One World Championship, and Extreme H have agreed to establish a joint Hydrogen Working Group.

Commencing in 2025, the group will monitor the progression and development of hydrogen technology in fuel cells and battery systems used during Extreme H’s first-generation racing chassis, and the hydrogen technology used within the race site, including infrastructure, transportation, and charging.

The group will be led by representatives from all three organisations, including Mark Grain, Extreme E Technical Director, Pat Symonds, F1 Chief Technical Officer, and Nikolas Tombazis, FIA Single Seater Director.

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