Socomec at the Electric Rallycross World Championship

Socomec at the Paddocks of the Electric Rallycross World Championship

Through its partnership with GCK Energy, the Socomec Group has become the exclusive supplier of energy storage solutions for the FIA World Electric Rallycross Championship for the 2021-2024 seasons.

Electric Rallycross World Championship

SOCOMEC at the paddocks of the Electric Rallycross World Championship

Energy and Charging Facilities

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) has chosen GCK Energy as the exclusive supplier of energy and charging facilities for the World Rallycross Championships for the 2021 to 2024 seasons. GCK Energy was founded in 2019 by Guerlain Chicherit, a racing driver and owner of the GCK racing team, Eric Boudot, CEO of IBS, and Ivan Steyert, CEO of the Socomec Group. It already provides eco-responsible solutions in the paddocks of the world rallycross championship.

A 100% Renewable Rally

GCK Energy, in partnership with IBS and the Socomec Group, will continue to develop mobile energy solutions to power all drivers in the electric rallycross championship starting in the 2021 season. These solutions are based on GCK’s experience in motorsport, the lithium-ion battery technology developed by IBS and Socomec’s proven technological innovations in the field of energy storage solutions. In this way, future competitors of the World Rally Championship will be able to race in cars powered by 100% renewable and self-sustaining energy.

This article was originally published by Socomec.

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