Richard Mille is consolidating its partnership with MissionH24 and has extended its support for the programme, which is preparing for the introduction of the electric-hydrogen category at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2024.
The watchmaking brand will continue to appear on the flanks of the team’s racing prototypes alongside Total, Michelin-Symbio and Plastic Omnium.
Pierre Fillon, President of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest, co-president of MissionH24: “The ACO in its role as a participant in sustainable mobility is delighted to be able to count on prestigious loyal partners who are very attached to MissionH24. Whatever our events our partners are with us for the long term and in the current context, we can only be very grateful for this. Our involvement in a zero-emissions competition is continuing and expanding, and the presence of Richard Mille in the MissionH24 programme is very good news.”
Richard Mille, President and founder of Richard Mille: “The use of electric-hydrogen is crucial for the future of the motor car and for that of motor sport. Supported by the ACO, which is always keenly aware of the technologies of the future, it seemed to us quite natural to continue the MissionH24 adventure. By also placing innovation at the core of its strategy, the brand has found in MissionH24 the same desire and will to express the search for avant-garde solutions and to always exceed current limits. The endurance championship provides the ideal environment in which to test this new technology.”The post Richard Mille Extend Backing For H24 Project first appeared on dailysportscar.com.