Electromobility breaks the necks of amateurs in racing

Mass sport soon impossible?

Electromobility bottoms motorsport

After initial problems, the car world is switching to electric drive faster than many expected. What works reasonably well for private people in everyday life poses great challenges for motorsport and above all for amateurs.

Published: 06/18/2022 at 12:58 p.m

Stefan Grundhoff and Raoul Schwinnen

Recently, with the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring and in Le Mans and the Daytona 500, three of the largest motorsport events in the world take place almost simultaneously. In addition, the Formula 1 pilots now start a race almost every week somewhere in the world. So everything as usual?

Not quite. The major changes in vehicle drives have also left their mark on the racing series. It doesn’t matter whether it’s Formula 1, World Rally Championship, long-distance or touring car racing: when it comes to top speed and long distances, things are currently looking bad for electric drives.

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