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F1 and FIA to play leading roles in new hydrogen-powered series

F1 and the FIA are playing instrumental roles in the formation of a new racing series, ExtremeR H. Image: James Moy/XPB F1 and the FIA are to join forces and play leading roles in the formation of the new Extreme H series due to start in 2025. Extreme E, which commenced in 2021, is to transition into Extreme H, the world's first off-road hydrogen championship. A prototype hydrogen-powered chassis is due to be given a first full-speed shakedown later this month ahead of a comprehensive testing programme in early 2024. To further develop the possibilities behind hydrogen power, a joint Hydrogen Technical Working Group is being formed, comprising  F1 chief technical officer Pat Symonds, FIA...
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