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Break the record – Bate el record – Breche den Rekord!

in the category of your 100% electric car model – in der Kategorie Deines Elektroautos

Drive most laps at international race tracks and charge as often as you like! 

The ultimative team building event – the challenge for individual EV drivers

Season 2019
7th eco Grand Prix electric car endurance series

ANDORRA SNOW MARATHON 2019

10 March 2019

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

Starting fee:

  • for private team 300€ plus 150€ per driver (2 days hotel & half board included)
  • for company team 1000€ plus 150€ per driver (2 days hotel & half board included)
1h drive from Ordino uphill to the race track.
3h classification run and 3h final run at the track.
2018 lap records to be beaten.
 
Maximum 10 private teams.
Winter tires are mandatory, renting available.

Andorra 2019 Participants

9h Challenge at Hungaroring in Hungary

1.6.2019

2 x 4,5h nonstop challenge (including charge stops)

Helmet obligatory. Driver age min. 18 years. Unlimited charge stops allowed. No charge infrastructure – every team gets a 32A three phase socket and has to bring his own charging equipment. Battery buffering is not allowed. Max allowed charging speed 22kW.

Starting fees:

  • pole position 1500€ plus 25€ per driver.
  • second position 1000€ plus 25€ per driver.
  • position 3 to 5 reserved for company teams.
  • company team fee 500€ plus 25€ per driver.
  • private team fee 200€ plus 25€ per driver.

For private teams no car sticker or promotion on the shirt is allowed but the official sponsors or logos from eco Grand Prix, any kind of brands on tools or drinks used have to be covered by white stickers or stickers of eco Grand prix sponsors.

Kids eco Grand Prix remote control competition for kids from 7 to 12 years, EV test drives.

Presentations, exhibition of EV products and all sort of electric vehicles and much more.

Hungary 2019 Participants

14h Challenge at
Circuit Pole Mecanique

14h challenge at Circuit Pole Mecanique in Alès Cévennes France

4.7.2019 20-10h

14h nonstop challenge (including charge stops)

Helmet obligatory. Driver age min. 18 years. Two drivers per team minimum. Unlimited charge stops allowed. No charge infrastructure – every team has to bring his own charging equipment. Battery buffering is not allowed. Max allowed charging speed 22kW.

Starting fees:

  • position 1 to 5 reserved for company teams. 
  • company team fee 500€ plus 25€ per driver. 
  • private team fee 200€ plus 25€ per driver.
  • pole and second position prices on request. 

For private teams no car sticker or promotion on the shirt is allowed but the official sponsors or logos from eco Grand Prix, any kind of brands on tools or drinks used have to be covered by white stickers or stickers of eco Grand prix sponsors.

Kids eco Grand Prix remote control competition for kids from 7 to 12 years.

Competition in the frame of the RIVE exhibition offering EV test drives, presentations, exhibition of EV products and all sort of electric vehicles and much more on 4. and 5.7. during the day.

France 2019 Participants

9 HOURS OF CALAFAT

9h marathon at Calafat/Spain – 21.09.2019

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

Starting fee:

  • for private team 150€ plus 25€ per driver
  • for company team 1000€ plus 25€ per driver

Calafat 2019 Participants

Winner is the team who makes the most laps in 9h 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.

 

ecoGP 24h of Germany

24h challenge at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben in Germany

Date will be announced soon

24h nonstop challenge (including charge stops)

Helmet obligatory, minimum three drivers per team, more drivers allowed. Driver age min. 18 years. Unlimited charge stops allowed. Max. driving time for one driver 8 hours in total. No charge infrastructure – every team gets a 32A three phase socket and has to bring his own charging equipment. Battery buffering is not allowed. Max allowed charging speed 22kW.

Starting fees:

  • pole position 2500€ plus 25€ per driver
  • second position 2000€ plus 25€ per driver
  • position 3 to 5 reserved for company teams
  • company team fee 1000€ plus 25€ per driver
  • private team fee 300€ plus 25€ per driver

Kids eco Grand Prix remote control competition for kids from 7 to 12 years, EV test drives.

Presentations, exhibition of EV products and all sort of electric vehicles and much more.

Germany 2019 Participants

Season 2018
6th eco Grand Prix electric car endurance series

ecoGP 24h of Germany

24h challenge at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben in Germany 

On 1./2.12.2018 30 teams started at the first 24h standard electric car competition of the world. The 24h nonstop challenge (including charge stops) thrilled the community and astonished the public. 

The top ten teams drove over 1000 km having no charge infrastructure but 32A three phase sockets in the boxes of the race track. The minimum three drivers per team changed the seats every 4 or less hours, unlimited charge stops were allowed. 

Max. driving time for one driver 8 hours in total. Over 100 drivers changed seats in the 24h of the competition leading to a milestone of automotive history, setting records to be beaten next year.

Listen to the radio spot

THE 6 HOURS OF CALAFAT

6h marathon at Calafat/Spain

15.09.2018 (#worldcleanupday2018)

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

Kids eco Grand Prix remote control competition for kids from 7 to 12 years.

2017 Lap record table

Calafat 2018 Participants

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.

German Video: Next Move Model 3 drive from Germany to Calafat

ecoGP Calafat 2018 results

ecoGP Calafat 2018 radio commercial

Official racetrack page

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.

HALL OF FAME

ecoGP Series Winner 2018

Alan Fuertes

ecoGP Series Winner 2017

 Markus Doessegger

ecoGP Series Winner 2016

 Fabian Becker

ecoGP Series Winner 2015

Udo Werges

ecoGP Series Winner 2014

Rafael de Mestre

ecoGP Series Winner 2013

William Ruegg

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. 50% starting fee discount for any challenge for members of eco Grand Prix NGO.

REGISTER

6th INTERNATIONAL ECOGRANDPRIX CHAMPIONSHIP

SEASON 2018

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In addition to the registration fee, you can choose: 

  • 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 together with the 80edays teams of 2016.

Organising institution: eco Grand Prix ONG

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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24h challenge at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben in Germany 

On 1./2.12.2018 30 teams started at the first 24h standard electric car competition of the world. The 24h nonstop challenge (including charge stops) thrilled the community and astonished the public. The top ten teams drove over 1000 km having no charge infrastructure but 32A three phase sockets in the boxes of the race track. The minimum three drivers per team changed the seats every 4 or less hours, unlimited charge stops were allowed. Max. driving time for one driver 8 hours in total. Over 100 drivers changed seats in the 24h of the competition leading to a milestone of automotive history, setting records to be beaten next year.