The LMPH2G prototype will take part in the two practice sessions for the fifth round of the Michelin Le Mans Cup at Spa-Francorchamp. This will be the first time that the LMPH2G will run in a race environment alongside other cars.
A year ago, at the 4 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps round of the 2018 European Le Mans Series, the Automobile Club de l’Ouest and GreenGT launched the MissionH24 project to promote hydrogen in motor racing.
At the time the electric-hydrogen LMPH2G test car completed a solo demonstration lap to illustrate its development potential and the safety of the technology before a knowledgeable audience.
On 20 September 2019, MissionH24 will reveal the progress made in the last 12 months during which a household name – Total – has joined the project. The LMPH2G prototype, now in the hands of the H24Racing team for its development into a racing machine, will take part in the two practice sessions for the fifth round of the Michelin Le Mans Cup, part of the ELMS Spa-Francorchamp support bill. The LMPH2G will therefore make its track debut in a race environment, amid other competitors.
During the two free practice sessions, the LMPH2G will refuel at the first mobile hydrogen filling station, designed by Total, especially for racing. A world première!
To see H24Racing drivers Norman Nato and Olivier Lombard in action and witness the world’s first mobile hydrogen station of its type refuelling the LMPH2G prototype, be sure to come to Spa-Francorchamps on Friday 20 September, 10:15–11:15 and 17:00–18:00.
A press conference will follow the practice sessions.