GreenGT H2 hydrogen racer completed its first laps in Switzerland and at the French Magny-Cours circuit. Last year, the project received a ticket to participate in the 24 hours race of Le Mans in ‘Garage 56’, a special entry for innovative prototypes.

According to the team, the test programme was completed without any problem. “We have gained a lot of information during these three driving sessions, especially concerning fuel cell stability and aerodynamic balance”, says Jean-François Weber, GreenGT Managing Director and Head of R&D. “We can now go back to our workshops to upgrade the lab version of GreenGT H2 to the race version and continue our development programme.”

Check here the specifications of the GreenGT H2 hydrogen-electric racer.

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