Fuel cell technology to power motorsport

Fuel cell technology to power motorsport

Michelin and Symbio have joined forced as preferential partners of the MissionH24 programme for the development of fuel cell power in motor racing.

Through Symbio, the joint venture it has formed with the automotive equipment manufacturer Faurecia, Groupe Michelin has become a preferential partner of the MissionH24 project which seeks to accelerate the development of zero-emissions mobility thanks to the use of fuel cell technology in endurance racing.

The French tyre manufacture’s involvement see it join Total, the project’s partner at the time of its launch and already committed for a period of five seasons.

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