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“MissionH24, Race for Tomorrow” Wins Gold Trophy of the Deauville Green Awards 2020

By June 25, 2020 2   min read  (313 words)

June 25, 2020 |

MissionH24 Gold Award Film

The Deauville Green Awards 2020 ceremony awarded a film trophy in the News category dedicated to MissionH24, a program led by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest and GreenGT, for the introduction of hydrogen in racing. , for zero-emission competition and mobility.

Competing with 375 films of international origin, “MissionH24, run today for tomorrow”, directed by Grégory Jugé and finalist of the Deauville Green Awards, was awarded a Gold trophy.

This program, officially launched in September 2018 by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest and GreenGT, aims to dedicate a category to hydrogen-electric prototypes during the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2024. This film reveals the first stages, the first episodes of this mission, which aims: zero-emission competition and mobility.

From the vision of the two Presidents, Pierre Fillon and Christophe Ricard, to the development of the laboratory car in a racing car, developed by a racing team, H24Racing, to the achievement of a world first, a mobile Hydrogen station by Total to refuel the prototype on all circuits, at the introduction of this machine on the track in front of other competitors, all these reference passages are experienced in immersion, the opportunity to inform and especially to involve all audiences in this energy transition , which allows hydrogen.

After leading the peloton of the 24 Hours of Virtual Le Mans, the first endurance simracing competition combining professional drivers and esports experts, MissionH24 and its LMPH2G are shining on other screens, in Deauville.

About the Deauville Green Awards
The Deauville Green Awards is more than 500 films in competition in 14 categories and 3 different formats, coming from 50 countries around the world and numerous workshops and round tables. The event represents a global window on the environment, communication and sustainable development.
Each year the festival brings together 400 professionals and key players in the sector for 2 days of screenings, discoveries, and networking, as well as hundreds of schoolchildren and general public visitors.

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