News and Highlights
Check out some of the highlights and interesting stories from Shell Eco-marathon Asia.
2018 news and highlights
Find out which teams triumphed at Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2018, with cars they designed and built themselves.
More than 120 student teams from 18 countries are gathering in Singapore to compete in this year’s Shell Eco-marathon Asia.
2017 news and highlights
More than 120 teams from 20 countries competed in the first Shell Eco-marathon Asia in Singapore.
Students from across the Asia-Pacific region offer lessons in energy efficiency as Shell Eco-marathon Asia debuts in Singapore this weekend.
2016 News and Highlights
Jul 4, 2016
Four-day festival of ideas and innovation inspires more than 30,000 visitors and special guests including Pelé.
Hundreds of students took to the streets of the Philippine capital, setting mileage records of up to 2,040 kilometres per litre with energy-efficient cars they designed and built themselves.
Mar 6, 2016
2016 sees eight winning teams from across the region surpass previous year’s mileage achievements
Mar 5, 2016
Competition begins as 118 student teams vie for the highest mileage on the least amount of fuel
Mar 4, 2016
Students from Asia, Middle East and Australia compete to stretch the boundaries of fuel efficiency
Young engineers offer a lesson in energy efficiency in Manila
Over 100 student teams compete in showcase of innovation and creativity at Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2016
Mar 3, 2016
Annual competition challenges the region’s aspiring young engineers to build vehicles of the future that can go the farthest on the least amount of energy
2015 News and Highlights
Sunday - A Shell Eco-marathon Asia winner drives the equivalent of 1,572 km on a litre of fuel.
Sunday - See the full list of the Off-track Award winners at Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2015.
It’s not only the Manila sunshine making the temperature rise on track as the competition days get underway. Just a few hours today and tomorrow will decide who this year’s winners are.
As the Manila heat climbed towards a sunny 32°C, students began the first official day carefully unboxing and reassembling their cars from crates before rolling them into the strict technical inspection area with its focus on safety and fairness.