This event will inform the audience on the current status of electric motorsport and offer some insights into the design and technology currently in use.

About the seminar

In recent years, regulation change and engineering progress in motorsport has led to a rapid acceleration in the adoption of electrification in all areas of powertrains and systems.
These developments have resulted in unprecedented improvements in the efficiencies achieved from hybrid and pure electric powertrains, including the recent achievement of Formula One powertrains exceeding 50% efficiency - a first for an internal combustion engine and a feat only possible due to electric exhaust and kinetic energy recovery and deployment systems.
Featuring leading experts from a range of world-class organisations at the forefront of these advances, this one-day interactive seminar and showcase will provide a unique insight into the technologies and systems being developed and applied across a wide range of motorsport applications.

It will also explore how these advances are helping to drive research, development and system efficiencies in other parallel technology-focused sectors.

Building on 2017’s highly successful inaugural event, the 2018 edition will see a wider scope and fresh input, from those continuing to push the boundaries to those emerging in this key growth area.

Who should attend this event:

Any person interested in or involved in the design, development, sales or marketing of low carbon propulsion technologies (road, rail, aviation, marine) and who may be able to benefit from understanding what is going on in motorsport where small volumes, relatively high budgets and short time frames encourage high quality and rapid technology developments.

Benefits of attending

  • Find out about the latest hybrid and electric drivetrain technologies being developed and applied within motorsport.
  • Opportunity to network with professionals in the field
  • Hear about latest technologies and new challenges

Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme. You will earn five hours of CPD.

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