It was the ultimate goal for our student built hydrogen powered racing car: a lap on the Nürburgring Nordschleife. The Forze VI raced through 73 challenging corners, and completed the 21 kilometres of worlds most challenging track with great success! Check out the video here.
It was the ultimate test for the student built hydrogen powered racing car from TU Delft: a lap on the Nürburgring Nordschleife. With no one less than former Formula 1 racer Jan Lammers at the wheel, the Forze VI raced through 73 challenging corners, and completed the 21 kilometres of world class racing track in under 11 minutes. Never before has any other racing car with a hydrogen fuel cell completed the track so fast, making a clear statement about the potential of this technology and it’s place in the automotive industry.