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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

The Delft students made a Hydrogen-powered LMP3 racer

The students of Delft University of Technology, Netherlands designing the hydrogen-powered racing car. The car is made from a base of LMP3 racing car, and will participate in the race event against conventionally-fueled cars in the summer of this year.
Forze VII, a hydrogen-fueled racing car made by the students of Delft University of Technology. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1YXLlc)
The car was developed in Forze Hydrogen Racing Team in D'Dream Hall and named Forze VII. The students of Delft University of Technology has developed several hydrogen-powered racing cars since 2007. Over the years the car of their work experience improvements in both the design and propulsion.

In 2015, the car of their works named Forze VI were able to create a record in the class of hydrogen and electric cars currently used by Jan Lammers, a former Formula One driver and Le Mans champion at the Nurburgring-Nordschleife circuit. The car has also been used at Park Zandvoort Circuit.

Meanwhile the Forze VII using ADESS-03 LMP3 chassis. The car's power produced comes from a 100 kW hydrogen fuel cell and its electric motor capable of generating a maximum power of 200 kW. Forze VII capable of reaching a maximum speed of 210 kilometers per hour and accelerates from 0-100 km/h is not more than 4 seconds. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORSPORT]
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