Participants & Safety Handbooks
Get ready to Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2016 by reading the logistics and safety information ahead of the competition in London.
Rules, rules, rules
Shell Eco-marathon Europe runs under two sets of rules. Chapter I refers to the competition global technical rules. Chapter II includes logistics and detailed information about the event.
Closer to the event, the teams will also receive a Participants Handbook and a visitor guide with more information about London.
The track in London
The track in London will be located around the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, in East London. The new urban track, located in one of the largest cities in the world will present even more challenges to the participating Teams.
Make sure your vehicle is designed for this type of track, adapting the steering system, brake efficiency and stability. It’s also important that the Driver is well-prepared and trained to drive your vehicle.
Teams must complete 10 laps in 39 minutes or less in order to complete a valid run.
As Shell Eco-marathon Europe takes place in London for the first time, there is specific details regarding logistics, registration, accommodation, etc. Download the Participants Hadbook below to find out more.
Technical Q&A session
Got any technical questions? Catch up with our latest Live Q&A session. Gilles Vanier, Shell Eco-marathon Europe Technical Director, answered several questions related to the rules and track in London. Please note the information shared in this video may be updated before the competition.