9h marathon at Calafat/Spain
Endurance against wind at the beautiful racetrack in Calafat near the sea, the standard race track where eco Grand Prix was born 2013 after Rafael de Mestre circumnavigated the world for the first time (www.80edays.com) in 2012.
Later – maybe inspired by eco Grand Prix – Formula-E decided to use this track for testing and modified it before eco Grand Prix 2016. In the 7th edition eco Grand Prix will be extended by 3 hours and will use the original Formula-E test drive course which includes more curves.
- for private team 200€ plus 25€ per driver
- for sponsored private team 350€ plus 25€ per driver
- for company team 1000€ plus 25€ per driver
- Prices for pole position and second starting slot reserved for sponsoring company teams only.
Kids eco Grand Prix remote control competition for kids from 7 to 12 years in parallel to entertain the kids. Test drives with scooters and e-bikes possible.
Drive as many laps as possible and relax after the race at the hotel at the sea side. No Co-driver or guest allowed to drive in the car together with the pilot.
Driver changes allowed as many as wanted. Every team will get a 32A three phase socket and has to bring his own charging equipment. AC and DC mobile adaptors are allowed but no battery swap or buffering.
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.
11:00 ecoGP crew check in at Hotel Llorca
12:00 ecoGP crew briefing and lunch at Hotel Llorca
14:00 ecoGP briefing and registration office setup at Hotel Llorca
16:00 ecoGP briefing at Hotel Llorca 18:00 ecoGP technical inspection at Hotel Llorca / team photos
20:00 ecoGP meeting at the race track to charge the cars
22:00 Dinner at Hotel Llorca
06:00 ecoGP breakfast packet pick up 07:00 Line up cars at the pit lane
07:30 Introduction lap to the starting position
08:00 ecoGP start 1
11:00 ecoGP stop 1 – drive to pit lane – no charging / ecoGP 4 kids registration open
11:15 Track open for test drives
11:30 ecoGP 4 kids training runs
12:00 Line up cars at the pit lane
12:10 Track closed for test drives
12:15 Lap to the starting position
12:30 ecoGP start 2
14:00 ecoGP 4 kids competition
16:00 ecoGP 4 kids award ceremony 18:30 ecoGP finish – distribution of the cars to charge
19:00 ecoGP Award Ceremony – ramp down ecoGP end
22:00 Dinner at Hotel Llorca
CALAFAT 9H CHALLENGE TEAMS
|Tesla Model S||Borja Cabrera Costa [EVAN]|
|Tesla Model S||Joan Torne|
|Tesla Model 3||Markus Doessegger|
|Tesla Model S||Juchteracing||14|
|Tesla Model S 90D||Ølli Dornisch||7|
|Tesla Roadster 2.5||Roadster Classic|
|Tesla Model S 85||Jiri Vlk|
|Renault Zoe||Gevaudan Ceven Rallye|
|Tesla Model S||E-Motion.world /e-Ringe||25|
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.