German manufacturer Quantron will provide its fuel cell trucks to the ACE Championship starting from season 2024/25. The zero-emission race series pursues the mission to redefine motorsport into a more equal, diverse and inclusive modern form. It is empowering young talents aged 15 to 25 throughout the multifaceted roles of the motor racing world, irrespective of their background, gender or socio-economic status.

In order to minimize its environmental footprint, the ACE Championship exclusively employs battery-powered racing cars. And they go even further, extending their commitment to environmentally friendly solutions behind the scenes. Now, the QUANTRON QHM FCEV AERO truck will from season 2024/25 become gradually the official zero emission truck of the series.


Quantron fuel cell trucks for zero-emission race series

“We are delighted to announce this partnership with such innovative and inclusive team. ACE Championship and QUANTRON share similar missions, aiming to empower diverse young communities while making our contribution to decarbonization. The Europe-wide racing series is a great opportunity for us to show that our H2 powered QHM FCEV is the ideal solution to serve the teams over long distances with the fastest turnaround times”, stated Michael Perschke, CEO of Quantron AG.

“We want ACE Championship to be fair, affordable and to attract youngsters into the series from all regions of the world to make the step into motorsport. In ACE Championship, we are trying to create something which gives young drivers the possibility to get into the sport on good circuits and move forward in their careers”, added Nick Heidfeld, Co-Founder for ACE Championship and previous F1 driver.


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