One of the world’s leading energy efficiency competitions

Shell Eco-marathon is a unique global programme, for science, technology, engineering and maths students to design and build ultra-energy-efficient cars, and then take them out on the track in competition.

Shell Eco-marathon Americas

Shell Eco-marathon Americas will take place at Sonoma Raceway, California, US, from April 1 – 4, 2020

Shell Eco-marathon Asia

Shell Eco-marathon Asia will take place at the Sepang International Circuit, Selangor, Malaysia, from 1 – 5 June, 2020

Shell Eco-marathon Europe

Shell Eco-marathon Europe will take place at Mercedes-Benz World, Weybridge, Surrey, UK, from June 27 to July 3, 2020.

Say hello to the official Shell Eco-marathon 2020 t-shirt

After counting more than 5,000 votes, the official t-shirt of the 2020 Shell Eco-marathon has been decided – thank you for having your say.

See the winning design

How does it work?

For Student Teams

If you’re a Shell Eco-marathon participant or want to find out more, see all you need to know about the ultimate energy-efficiency challenge!

Rules, information and downloads

Shell Eco-Marathon events

Partners of Make the Future Live 2019

We come together at Make the Future Live and Shell Eco-marathon, forming stronger partnerships united by the same vision.

Challenger events

Challenger events are a great way for new teams to discover Shell Eco-marathon, and for returning teams to fine-tune their vehicles.


Our Initiatives

Cleaner Energy for Business

Learn how Shell is providing more sustainable and cleaner energy for businesses, including Liquified Natural Gas, energy efficient batteries and natural gas.

Cleaner Energy for Homes

Find out how Shell is investing in more sustainable and cleaner energy to provide power to homes and neighbourhoods, including Wind farms, heat recovery and energy efficient batteries.

Cleaner Mobility

Discover how Shell is providing more sustainable mobility options for cleaner transport, including Electric Vehicle Charging, Liquified Natural Gas and Hydrogen.