GreenGT H2 returns on track

GreenGT H2
GreenGT H2 returns on track

Maybe you heard about the GreenGT H2. This race car, powered by a fuel cell, was about to become the first ever race car to engage at 24 hours of Le Mans, in 2013. The GreenGT team was invited by ACO to occupy the Garage 56 as an innovative concept. But, only a few weeks prior to the race, it decided to resign. The team just estimated to be unprepared and withdrew its commitment.

We had no news since then.

But, surprise : last friday, people from the media received an e-mail with an invitation. The GreenGT H2 is back on track ! Next saturday, during the french race of WTCC championship, the hydrogen powered race car will run on Paul Ricard circuit, in the south of France. French former F1 driver Olivier Panis will be in the car. And he will share the steering wheel with his 20 years old son Aurélien, also a race driver.

GreenGT claims its car has a range comparable with a combustion engine race car. But, it only emits water vapor.

We will know within a week what the team plans to do and if it’s ready to race at Le Mans.

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Laurent Meillaud

Freelance automotive journalist and consultant, author as well, focused on technologies and new trends for more than 30 years, convinced that hydrogen is one of the energies for the future.

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