eco Grand Prix
eco Grand Prix

RULES

Only pure electric vehicles are allowed to start in the car categories. Every car type sets it’s record on a race track to be beaten by the same car type. Every starter who intends to start in more than one race has to announce it before starting his first race. The stewards will define the home race following the distance from his home to the race track. Points won abroad will count double.

The points of all races are added. All drivers of a winning team get the same points. Winner is the one who has most of the points collected after the last race for his car category. He will get the award and the price money and gifts given by the sponsors for winning the 2018 series. There is no price money for winning a single race. No starting fee on any challenge for members of supporting EV organisations like Automóvil Club Andorra.

CIRCUITS

Race series 2018 with race challenges in the following countries:  ANDORRA, SPAIN, GERMANY, 2019 in addition FRANCE and CZECH REPUBLIC

THE SNOW MARATHON OF ANDORRA

Winter rally at the top of the snowy hills of Andorra

First serial electric car snow race of the world took part on 24.03.2018 at 8 A.M. in Andorra driving uphill through the wonderful landscape to the race track.

Race track challenge driving as many laps as possible with the rest range the participants had in the battery.

Andorra 2018 Ranking

Four winners were calculated, all teams made the most laps in the given time frame in their car category, leading now the eco Grand Prix season 2018.

THE 6H
OF CALAFAT

6h marathon at Calafat/Spain

15.09.2018 (#wordcleanupday2018)

Race at the beautiful racetrack in Calafat, near the sea.

Starting fee:

  • for private team 50€ plus 25€ per driver
  • for company team 500€ plus 25€ per driver

Winner is the team who makes the most laps in 6h in its car category, the right charging time and driving speed strategy will decide the winner. GP points are distributed only if the last year’s record has been broken.

2017 Lap record table

Official racetrack page

CALAFAT 2018 PARTICIPANTS

Markus Doessegger

(eco GP titleholder 2017)

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Tesla Roadster

Klaus Schäfer

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Tesla Model S 85

eco GP orga Team

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BMW i3

Team TRON

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Renault ZOE

Alan Fuertes 

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Tesla Model S P85D

THE LITTLE
GREEN HELL

Hill challenge at Bilster Berg circuit in Germany
1./2.11.2018

24h race (confirmed by the authorities)
Helmet obligatory, minimum three drivers per team, more drivers allowed. Driver age min. 18 years. Unlimited charge stops allowed.

Starting fee:

  • for private team 50€ plus 25€ per driver
  • for company team 500€ plus 25€ per driver

Official racetrack page

Kids eco Grand Prix remote control competition for kids from 7 to 12 years, EV testdrives including Tesla Model 3
Exhibition of EV products and all sort of electric vehicles and much more.

BILSTER BERG 2018 PARTICIPANTS

Klaus Schäfer

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Tesla Model S 85

Team TRON

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Renault ZOE

Peter Paul Keizer Pecqueur

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BMW i3

Alex Janzen

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Tesla Model S P85

ANDORRA
SNOW MARATHON 2019

02 – 03 March 2019

Winter rally at the top of the snowy hills of Andorra.

Starting fee:

  • for private team 50€ plus 25€ per driver
  • for company team 500€ plus 25€ per driver

More information will be available soon.

ANDORRA SNOW MARATHON 2019 PARTICIPANTS

Marc Areny

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Dacia Logan

FRANCE CHALLENGE

6h marathon at Ales circuit in France

08.06.2019

1 driver per car, second driver optional.

Starting fee 50 EUR per driver.

Winner is the team who makes the most laps in his car category in 3 challenges of two hours, the right charging time and driving speed strategy will decide the winner.

Official racetrack page

 

THE CZECH NIGHT CHALLENGE

12h night drive marathon at Most / Czech Republic

planned for May 2019

Meeting at 10 A.M. Test drives for the public and participants till 5 P.M. The race starts at 7 P.M and goes through the night till 7 A.M.

3 drivers per team, cars have to mount color light at the bottom of their cars. If not available the organizer can provide it. Starting fee 50 EUR per driver.

Winner is the team who makes the most laps in the given time frame in his car category, the right charging time and driving speed strategy will decide the winner.

Official racetrack home page

Parallel music concert planned, to be confirmed by the authorities.

AWESOME AWARDS

for the winners of the series in their categories

ECOGRANDPRIX POINT AWARD SYSTEM 2018

1st PLACE – 25 points

2nd PLACE – 20 points

3rd PLACE – 15 points

4th PLACE – 10 points

5th PLACE – 7 points

6th PLACE – 5 points

7th PLACE – 4 points

8th PLACE – 3 points

9th PLACE – 2 points

10th PLACE – 1 point

CALAFAT 2017 LAP RECORD TABLE

Lap record

km

EV type

Set by

Year

121

393,25

Tesla Roadster R80

Markus Doessegger

2017

68

221

Tesla Model S

Arnaud Laverne

2017

60

195

Nissan Leaf 24

Ricardo Caperos Lizarraga

2017

59

191,75

Nissan Leaf 32

Jordi Rodriguez/Xavi Cañadell

2017

58

188,5

BMW i3

Salvador Ejarque Bros

2017

38

123,5

Opel Ampera E

Cándido García Blanco

2017

9

29,25

Renault ZOE R240

Ángel Daniel Calderón

2017

6

19,5

Renault Fluence

Albert Bañó

2017

3

9,75

Tesla Model X

Borja Cabrera Costa

2017

3

9,75

Hyundai Ionic

José Maria Rodriguez de Benito

2017

3

9,75

Kia Soul EV

Javier Baena Cano

2017

WINNER

Markus Doessegger

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Tesla Roadster

eco Grand Prix 2018 leaders

CLASS

DRIVERS

GP Points

BMW i3

Salvador Ejarque (AUVE)

25

VW eGolf

Xavi Cañadell

25

Hyundai Ionic

Pere Soria

25

Tesla Model S

Alan Fuertes

25

Eco Grand Prix Hall of Fame

Markus Doessegger

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eco Grand Prix series winner 2017

winner-medal

Fabian Becker

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eco Grand Prix series winner 2016

winner-medal

Udo Werges

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eco Grand Prix series winner 2015

winner-medal

Rafael de Mestre

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eco Grand Prix series winner 2014

winner-medal

William Ruegg

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eco Grand Prix series winner 2013

winner-medal

REGISTER

6th INTERNATIONAL ECOGRANDPRIX CHAMPIONSHIP

SEASON 2018

Team info

Driver info

Address

Races



Additional information



In case of persistent errors please send an email to news@ecogp.eu with the required information.

 

In addition to the registration fee, you can choose:

  • how many practice sessions (50 EUR/hour) you want
  • how many ecoGP shirts you would like to buy for your team (25 EUR/shirt) – individually manufactured with your team name, national flag and name, black colour.
  • if you need car transport service (3000 EUR per race for cars in Europe – pick up and drop off at your home service)
  • if you want an additional car insurance for your car (prices depending on car values and race tracks)

All prices without VAT, hotel and catering are not included.

ABOUT ECOGP

ecoGP is meant as a thrilling race series which attracts people to think about buying electric cars.

It is meant to showcase the fun electric cars can bring without harming the nature.
The scope of this challenge is to prove the world that electric cars can be a sustainable means of transportation.

Furthermore, eco Grand Prix is connecting the national movements to one international one to proof that the technology is reliable even in race conditions
ensuring a higher level of acceleration equal to other type of vehicles.

The goal of the event is that all participants shall be motivated to join other races of the series interchanging their experience within other nations.

 

By taking part in eco Grand Prix, the drivers and organizers acknowledge the importance of the event with respect to protecting the environment and providing a greener future for the generations to come.

Race initiation by Rafael de Mestre – world record holder of the fastest around the world in an electric car.

Organising institution: Chargelocator S.R.L.

Calea Victoriei 31, ap. 18, 010061 Bucharest, Romania
Tel.: +40 31 422 36 81     Email: news@ecogp.eu

Twitter: twitter.com/Chargelocator

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