Le Mans
10/12/2021 - 22:31

MissionH24’s hydrogen racing prototype H24 on display at the FIA headquarters in Paris

The H24 hydrogen racing prototype that embodies the future of endurance racing will be on display for all to admire on Monday 13 December during the FIA annual general meeting at the institution’s headquarters in Paris. The MissionH24 programme co-run by the ACO and GreenGT is a clear sign of the endurance discipline’s commitment to zero-emission racing and sustainable mobility.
MissionH24’s hydrogen racing prototype H24 on display at the FIA headquarters in Paris

With end-of-season celebrations and prize-giving ceremonies in full swing, the ground-breaking H24 hydrogen-electric prototype developed by MissionH24 will take centre stage on Place de la Concorde in the French capital – home to both national and international racing governing bodies. A public viewing of the sleek H24 is scheduled between 5.30pm and 11pm on Monday 13 December. A chance to glimpse the zero-carbon future of racing.  

After its Paris stopover the H24 will return to the test track to prepare for the forthcoming season. In the next step in its development, the car will be running the full 2022 Michelin Le Mans Cup campaign. The feeder series is the ideal training ground for the team, whose goal is to pave the way to a hydrogen class at the 2025 24 Hours of Le Mans with cars capable of winning the famed French 24-hour marathon. Programme partners TotalEnergies, Michelin, Symbio, Plastic Omnium, Essilor, Dietsmann and Richard Mille are working together to rise to the technological and environmental challenge.