Czech Ring – powered by ecoGP
Helmet mandatory, driver age min. 18 years. Unlimited charge stops allowed. Max allowed charging speed 22kW. Shared 32A three phase sockets and 22kW CCS/ChaDeMo DC available. Every team is allowed to bring its own charging equipment but plug in only to charge stations possible. Co-driver or guest allowed to drive in the car together with the pilot. Driver changes allowed as many as wanted. Every driver needs the DMSB License C or a corresponding License of the national Motorsport Associations. The DMSB License C (one challenge about 20€, whole season about 50€) you can buy here: https://mein.dmsb.de/web/start
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- The invoice is issued to a private person.
- Two helpers are made available to the organization to cover 8 hours of night shift and 8 hours of day shift to work as a guide or controller.
- DC charger has to be organized by the team itself.
- Entry fee: € 300.
The invoice is issued to a company; private individuals can also book this option.
We can get the DC charger on request for an extra charge of € 800 (including transport costs).
Entry fee: € 1200.
- The invoice is issued to a car dealership or a car manufacturer, companies or private teams can also book this option.
- We will get the DC charger (including transport costs).
- We provide data and statistics from the race.
- Hotel rooms for up to 5 team members included.
- Up to 10 ecoGP rental helmets.
- We will get you the Race Cards for up to 10 drivers.
- All-round carefree package, all you have to do is bring your car.
- Entry fee: € 2000.
RULES IN SHORT FORMAT:
- Do as many laps as you can.
- Charge a maximum of 22kW/h.
- If you run out of battery on the race track, you will be deducted 2 laps.
- If you run out of battery after the race and before you have reached the pit lane, you will be deducted 2 laps.
- If you drive more than 20 km/h in the pit lane you will get one minute of downtime for every km driven too fast.
- The detailed set of rules is still being worked out and will be published end of March.
CZECH RING 24 HOURS CHALLENGE TEAMS
|Car||Country||Team||Team number||GP points||Confirmed|
|Tesla Model S||TRON Influencer||08||7|
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Only pure electric standard vehicles are allowed to start. The actual definition of a standard electric vehicle following eco Grand Prix is that it has to have passed the NCAP crash test with 4 Stars minimum or being a mass production car with minimum 500 units per year produced or in the production plan. It has to be homologated for driving at public roads at the country of competition having valid papers, insurance and car plates with the permit on driving on public roads and highways.
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.
In case a car is coming from a nation not being in the 2020 GP POINT FACTOR list the stewards will define the home race following the distance from his home to the race track. Check the table to see when points are counting double. The points of all races of one season are added.
All drivers of a winning team will get the same points. Winners are the ones who have most of the points collected after the last race for their car category and the ones 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.
Points are also distributed to the manufacturers of the cars so driving a Tesla whatever Model will give points to Tesla, same for BMW, Porsche, Kia or whatever brand. The manufacturer with most points will get the trophy handed over officially after the last race of the season.
Cars not being standard under no circumstances can join this competition.
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|
2021 GP POINT FACTOR
Bucharest Super Slalom
Calculating other nations with factor 1 to the nearest country.