Endurance challenge driving at the longest and most winding mountain racecourse in Germany with beautiful land scape views. 12km climbing more than 750m uphill with in addition not a lot of rest range at the starting line – a challenge for electric cars you would assume …
This challenge is part of the Germany Cup which is planned to consist out of three challenges. The Hill challenge of Schauinsland, the Hockenheim Challenge and the 24h of Oschersleben. All GP points will be counted separately in an extra ranking to identify the first winner of the eco Grand Prix Germany Cup 2019.
Helmets for driver and co-driver are NOT obligatory. Driver age min. 18 years. Unlimited charge stops allowed. Battery buffering is not allowed. Max allowed charging speed 22kW.
Charging infrastructure in clarification stage with serviceprovider Strominsland. Rules are set up in cooperation with ADAC. Co-driver obligatory; more passengers allowed.
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 at the starting finish venue.
EV second hand marketplace under discussion where private people or dealers can offer used electric cars (no hybrids allowed).
Early bird fees until 06.04.2019:
- 200 € for private teams + 25 € per driver
- 1000 € for companies and associations + 25 € per driver
Starting 07.04.2019 the fees will be raised by 100% and more.
- Start slots 1-5 are reserved for companies only
- Pole position uplift 1000 €
- 2nd slot uplift 500 €
- Slots 3-5 no uplift
HILL CHALLENGE OF SCHAUINSLAND TEAMS
|Juchteracing||Tesla Model S P85D|
|Ølli Dornisch||Tesla Model S 90D|
|Michler-Kurier||Tesla Model S 90D|
|e4 Testival Team KIA||KIA Soul EV 2019|
|e4 Testival 2||N/A|
|Roadster Classic||Tesla Roadster 2.5|
|Mission E: possible||Tesla Model S 100D|
Only pure electric standard vehicles are allowed to start. 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 in the international series will count double. The points of all races of one season are added.
All drivers of a winning team get the same points. Winners are the one who has most of the points collected after the last race for his car category and the one having most points in the overall category.
Every competition is having slightly different rules, please visit the dedicated competition pages to download the specific rules.
ECOGP AWARD SYSTEM
|1st place||25 GP points|
|2nd place||20 GP points|
|3rd place||15 GP points|
|4th place||10 GP points|
|5th place||7 GP points|
|6th place||5 GP points|
|7th place||4 GP points|
|8th place||3 GP points|
|9th place||2 GP points|
|10th place||1 GP point|
2019 GP POINT FACTOR
Calculating other nations with factor 1 to the nearest country.