2019 On-Track Results
Download the results of the Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2019 award winning teams below:
Download the full list of the of the Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2019 results below:
2019 Off-Track Winners
KMUTT E-Drive Revolution from King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand demonstrated an impactful and successful integrated Communications campaign to promote their team ahead of the Shell Eco-marathon competition in 2019. The team walked away with a USD3000 prize in recognition of their continuous communicational and promotional activities.
Technical Innovation Award
GUC Innovators from German University in Cairo, Egypt demonstrated outstanding technical ingenuity where the team developed a system for vehicle drivers with physical limitations (such as missing arms or legs) using a drive by wire system that is controlled via brainwave and facial sensors. There is a real world need for this application and now the practicality of this is within technological reach. The student team walked away with a USD3000 prize.
Vehicle Design (Prototype) Award
Team AVERERA from Indian Institute of Technology - Banaras Hindu University, India were awarded a USD3000 prize for their innovative design research and execution, where they captured the challenges faced and worked on root cause analysis with simulation and arrived at the optimum solution with material selection and design refinement.
Vehicle Design (UrbanConcept) Award
Nanyang E Drive from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore also walked away with a USD3000 prize for their futuristic, lightweight, single seater vehicle design heavily inspired by the body and swept wings of the Green Dock Beetle.
CUT Eco-Racing UC from Cairo University, Egypt received a USD3000 prize for their team’s demonstration of behavioural safety while at Shell Eco Marathon. The team demonstrate safe working practices as well as an overall proactive approach to their own and other people’s safety, both in the paddocks and on the track.
Hydrogen Newcomer Award
Hydrogen is a crucial clean fuel for the future. The prize of USD3000 was presented to the best hydrogen newcomer ITS Team 5 from Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia whose vehicle displayed a good overall design with high energy efficiency and innovation.
Circular Economy Award
MMU Grüne Welt from Multimedia University Melaka Campus, Malaysia were awarded a USD 3000 prize for the circular potential of the components they used to manufacture their vehicle, and the incorporation of an assessment method that allowed for analysis of environmental impacts.
Perseverance & Spirit of the Event Award
S.U. Racing Team from Satbayev Kazakh National Technical University, Kazakhstan displayed strong commitment to improvement and overcoming hurdles. Learning from previous experience in Shell Eco Marathon 2018, the team showed tremendous growth this year and speed through technical inspection while showing preparedness, determination and excellence in their dedication and conduct. The student team walked away with a USD3000 prize.
DWC Asia Qualifiers
See the teams that have qualified to compete in Drivers’ World Championship in London:
|1st||Nanyang E Drive |
Nanyang Technological University
|2nd||ITS Team 5 |
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
|3rd||LH – EST |
Lac Hong University
The top three teams from the Asia qualifier will face off against the best UrbanConcept teams from the Americas and Europe in the Drivers’ World Championship to be held at Make the Future Live in London, UK, on July 5, 2019. The ultimate winning team will be awarded with an invitation to visit Scuderia Ferrari's exclusive headquarters in Italy. They will participate in exciting workshops and learn from the best at Ferrari.