The French fuel cell vehicle GreenGT H2 with 3-phase permanent magnet synchronous motor (HSM) by BRUSA was presented in the spring of 2015 at Le Castellet. Moreover, ex-Formula 1 driver Olivier Panis, who has supported the ambitious project of Jean-Francois Weber for some time, reeled under the WTCC events in the south of France. "In all motorsport classes I was always a fan of the technology," said Panis. "The GreenGT H2 is an amazing car, it is a real solution for the future, with no batteries and only water vapour from the exhaust yet the performance on the track is stillcomparable to that of conventional vehicles with an internal combustion engine. I intend to follow further developments."
The all-new motor IPM1-10.09.06 by BRUSA was exactly matched to the application "Formula Student" and optimized.
An overview of the sponsored teams and their placings at the Formula Student Germany (FSG) on the Hockenheimring in 2015 can be found here.