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Forze Hydrogen Racing

Innovator

This hydrogen racing team of TU Delft students designs and builds racing vehicles powered by fuel cells. Forze's mission is to show the wider public the possibilities of green and hydrogen technology in motorsport.

Hydrogen driven

To contribute to sustainability in the mobility industry, the student team Forze Hydrogen Racing was founded in 2007. With more than 60 enthusiastic students from Delft University of Technology, they are working on building the world's first hydrologically driven electric racing car. Nine race cars have already been built that got a little faster each time.

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