Horizon GRAND PRIX Program

Horizon GRAND PRIX Program – fuel cell cars competition for young scientists and engineers

The Horizon Grand Prix is the premiere competition for secondary school students interested in science and engineering, enabling them to design, build and race remote control hydrogen fuel cell car models. The semester-long program empowers students to tackle the problem of climate change and devise practical solutions in transportation: from conceiving early car designs to competing in a 6-hour endurance race against teams from across the planet.

HORIZON Grand Prix – Season 4
HORIZON Grand Prix – TRAINING Videos
HORIZON Grand Prix – TEAM TRAINING

HORIZON GRAND PRIX KIT

– H-Cell 2.0
– Hydrostik PRO (x20)
– Hydrofill PRO
– Racer chassis
– Battery Pack
– Horizon Energy Box

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Horizon GRAND PRIX is a unique opportunity to teach chemistry and physics concepts to students interested in engineering and the automotive industry. This program allows them to work as a team in designing practical applications and solutions within the context of the global climate crisis and renewable energy technology. Knowledge of chemistry, mathematics and physics, as well as creativity, teamwork and creative problem-solving skills are an essential part of the participation in the program.

CURRICULUM

The entire program is accompanied by a professionally developed 4-month long curriculum, from package delivery to the final Horizon Grand Prix Race on a national level. Winners of the national competitions then compete in an international championship with the teams around the world.
Thanks to the program, students gain real-world engineering experience, hands-on automotive mechanical experience, and an exposure to careers in STEAM.

                              

 

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