MissionH24 – a brand new hydrogen electric prototype – is set to make a hydrogen-powered entrance to competitive racing.
MissionH24 – a joint venture set up by the ACO and GreenGT to promote hydrogen in racing – is a collaborative project between the Automobile Club de l’Ouest and H24Project, involving partners TotalEnergies, Michelin, Symbio, Plastic Omnium, Richard Mille, Dietsmann and Essilor.
At the unveil today, Pierre Fillon, President of l’Automobile Club de l’Ouest, said, “This new prototype clearly intends to rival the other forms of energy in the field. Hydrogen technology is safe, reliable and can perform. The ambition is now to provide the first zero-emission winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.”
MissionH24 is now introducing hydrogen in competition, for ‘a race with zero CO2 emissions,’ according to a statement.
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