FIA E-Rally Regularity Cup

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FIA E-Rally Regularity Cup
CategoryRally racing
CountryInternational
Drivers' championFrance Didier Malga
Co-drivers' championFrance Anne-Valérie Bonnel
Makes' championFrance Renault
Official websiteFIA Electric and New Energy Championship
Motorsport current event.svg Current season
World Champion 2009 and 2010 Raymond Durand starting the Ecorally Vasco-Navarro (Vitoria-Gasteiz, July 16, 2010).

The FIA E-Rally Regularity Cup (FIA ERRC, until 2016 FIA Alternative Energies Cup, FIA AEC) is a world championship for vehicles with alternative energy propulsion organized by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. It is part of the FIA Electric and New Energy Championship (ENEC) along with Solar Cup and E-Karting.[1]

Recent champions[edit]

FIA ERRC (2017-)[edit]

Year Drivers' champion Co-Drivers' champion[2] Makes' champion
2017 Italy Walter Kofler Italy Guido Guerrini United States Tesla
2018 France Didier Malga France Anne-Valérie Bonnel France Renault

FIA AEC – Category VII: Hybrid and other vehicles (2007-2016)[edit]

Year Drivers' champion Co-Drivers' champion[3] Makes' champion
2007 Italy Giuliano Mazzoni (Opel)
Japan Toyota
2008 Italy Giuliano Mazzoni (Opel)
Japan Toyota
2009 France Raymond Durand (Toyota)
Japan Toyota
2010 France Raymond Durand (Toyota)
Japan Toyota
2011 Italy Massimo Liverani (Fiat) Spain Juanan Delgado (Toyota) Japan Toyota
2012 Italy Massimo Liverani (Fiat) Italy Emanuele Calchetti (Alfa Romeo) Italy Fiat
2013 Italy Massimo Liverani (Abarth) Italy Fulvio Ciervo (Abarth) Italy Abarth
2014 Italy Massimo Liverani (Abarth) Italy Isabelle Barciulli (Alfa Romeo) Italy Abarth
2015 Poland Artur Prusak (Toyota) France Thierry Benchetrit (Toyota) Japan Toyota
2016 Poland Artur Prusak (Toyota) France Thierry Benchetrit (Toyota) Japan Toyota

FIA AEC – Category III: Pure electric vehicles (2007-2016)[edit]

Year Drivers' champion Co-drivers' champion Makes' champion
2010 Italy Claudio Cicero
Italy Micro-Vett
2011 Spain Antonio Zanini Sans Spain Eduardo Ansotegui Japan Mitsubishi
2012 Spain Jesús Echave Spain Juanan Delgado Japan Mitsubishi
2013 France James Morlaix France Daniel Collet United States Tesla Motors
2014 Italy Walter Kofler Italy Franco Gaioni Norway Think City
2015 Italy Walter Kofler Spain Juanan Delgado France Renault
2016 Italy Nicola Ventura Italy Guido Guerrini France Renault

Category I: Solar powered vehicles and Olympia Class[edit]

Year Solar powered vehicles Olympia Class
2013 Osaka Sangyo University Ashiya University Solar Car Project B
2014 Osaka Sangyo University Ashiya University Solar Car Project B
2015 Osaka Sangyo University Team Redzone
2016 Osaka Sangyo University Team Redzone
2017 Osaka Sangyo University Team Redzone
2018 Team Redzone Nitech Solar Racing

References[edit]

  1. ^ FIA Alternative Energies Cup Archived 2013-03-30 at the Wayback Machine, Fédération internationale de l'automobile website.
  2. ^ Since 2011.
  3. ^ Since 2011.

External links[edit]