Eco-Runner Team Delft is the hydrogen endurance racing team of the Delft University of Technology, consisting of 25 top students from diverse faculties. The team’s goal is to design, produce and race the world’s most efficient hydrogen-powered city car. From managing fellow students to the production of their vehicle, the team is completely run by students who dedicate a year of full-time work in order to build the next Eco-Runner vehicle.
With the support of their sponsors, Eco-Runner Team Delft develops state-of-the-art vehicles at high technical standards. The team competes at the yearly Shell Eco-marathon, a unique competition bringing together hundreds of innovative student teams who race their self-built vehicles. The race is not about speed, but about efficiency: the ultimate form of sustainability.
The team's vision is to promote a sustainable future by building the world’s most efficient hydrogen powered city car.
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07 June 2020
Eco-Runner Team Delft reveals its new efficient hydrogen-powered city car
10 July 2018
Eco-Runner Team Delft Wins Vehicle Design Award at Shell Eco-Marathon
The Shell Eco-Marathon 2018 took place in London this weekend and a D:DREAM Team, Eco-Runner Team Delft, was there!
08 March 2018
Design presentation Eco-Runner
Wednesday the 7th of March the moment was finally there for team Eco-Runner to show their new design to the world! Could you unfortunately not make it? No worries, this movie will totally bring you up-to-date!
29 May 2017
Shell Eco-marathon 2017
In the Shell Eco-marathon every team has the opportunity to do four attempts. An attempt is only valid when completing 10 laps in 39 min, which equals to 15.92 km. In order to do an attempt, it should be done in a designated time slot together with all prototype vehicles with different energy sources.
16 February 2017
Design presentation Ecorunner VII
Eco-runner Team delft have presented the design of the Ecorunner VII at the Auditorium of the Aula on February the 16th.