Andros Trophy

Andros Trophy

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  • Val Thorens, France

    Created in 1990 by rallycross driver Max Mamers, the Andros Trophy is France’s premier ice racing series. In 2020, the racing series is now repositioning itself as an electric racing series. For the first of seven races in the 2020 season, participants will travel to the winter sports resort of Val Thorens in the French region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.

    08.06.2020 01:05 - 01:55 (UTC)

  • Val Thorens, France

    Created in 1990 by rallycross driver Max Mamers, the Andros Trophy is France’s premier ice racing series. In 2020, the racing series is now repositioning itself as an electric racing series. For the first of seven races in the 2020 season, participants will travel to the winter sports resort of Val Thorens in the French region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.

    08.06.2020 01:05 - 01:55 (UTC)

  • Val Thorens, France

    Created in 1990 by rallycross driver Max Mamers, the Andros Trophy is France’s premier ice racing series. In 2020, the racing series is now repositioning itself as an electric racing series. For the first of seven races in the 2020 season, participants will travel to the winter sports resort of Val Thorens in the French region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.

    08.06.2020 01:05 - 01:55 (UTC)

  • Isola 2000, Frankreich

    For the third round of the Andros Trophy the participants of the electric ice racing series travel back to France. Their destination is the Isola 2000 Ski Resort in the French Maritime Alps, which lies at an altitude of 2000 metres and features an 800-metre-long race track. As usual, there will be two races in the third round.

  • Serre Chevalier, France

    The 2020 Andros eTrophy enters its second half with the fourth of the six races taking place at the Serre Chevalier circuit in Pelvoux in south-east France. The circuit is located at an altitude of 1450 metres and has a length of 850 metres. As always, two races will be held on this track.

  • Superbesse, France

    The sixth and final round of the Andros Trophy 2019/20 takes place at the French winter sports centre Super Besse in the mountain region. At an altitude of about 1300 metres, a separate race track with a length of 800 metres was created just for this event.

  • Superbesse, France

    The sixth and final round of the Andros Trophy 2019/20 takes place at the French winter sports centre Super Besse in the mountain region. At an altitude of about 1300 metres, a separate race track with a length of 800 metres was created just for this event.

  • Lans en Vercors, France

    For the fifth and penultimate event of the season, participants of the Andros Trophy travel to the French community of Lans-en-Vercors in the Département Isère in the east of France. An 800-metre long ice track awaits them at an altitude of 1.42 kilometres.

  • Serre Chevalier, France

    The 2020 Andros eTrophy enters its second half with the fourth of the six races taking place at the Serre Chevalier circuit in Pelvoux in south-east France. The circuit is located at an altitude of 1450 metres and has a length of 850 metres. As always, two races will be held on this track.

  • Superbesse, France

    The sixth and final round of the Andros Trophy 2019/20 takes place at the French winter sports centre Super Besse in the mountain region. At an altitude of about 1300 metres, a separate race track with a length of 800 metres was created just for this event.

  • Lans en Vercors, France

    For the fifth and penultimate event of the season, participants of the Andros Trophy travel to the French community of Lans-en-Vercors in the Département Isère in the east of France. An 800-metre long ice track awaits them at an altitude of 1.42 kilometres.

  • Superbesse, France

    The sixth and final round of the Andros Trophy 2019/20 takes place at the French winter sports centre Super Besse in the mountain region. At an altitude of about 1300 metres, a separate race track with a length of 800 metres was created just for this event.

  • Serre Chevalier, Frankreich

    The 2020 Andros eTrophy enters its second half with the fourth of the six races taking place at the Serre Chevalier circuit in Pelvoux in south-east France. The circuit is located at an altitude of 1450 metres and has a length of 850 metres. As always, two races will be held on this track.

  • Principat d’Andorra

    Usually, the races of the Andros eTrophy take place exclusively in France. Once a year, however, the ice racing series for electric vehicles goes to Principality of Andorra for an event. At an altitude of 2450 metres, the teams will contest their second race on the 820-metre long Andorra Circuit.

  • Serre Chevalier, France

    The 2020 Andros eTrophy enters its second half with the fourth of the six races taking place at the Serre Chevalier circuit in Pelvoux in south-east France. The circuit is located at an altitude of 1450 metres and has a length of 850 metres. As always, two races will be held on this track.

  • Serre Chevalier, France

    The 2020 Andros eTrophy enters its second half with the fourth of the six races taking place at the Serre Chevalier circuit in Pelvoux in south-east France. The circuit is located at an altitude of 1450 metres and has a length of 850 metres. As always, two races will be held on this track.

  • Isola 2000, France

    For the third round of the Andros Trophy the participants of the electric ice racing series travel back to France. Their destination is the Isola 2000 Ski Resort in the French Maritime Alps, which lies at an altitude of 2000 metres and features an 800-metre-long race track. As usual, there will be two races in the third round.

  • Principat d’Andorra

    Usually, the races of the Andros eTrophy take place exclusively in France. Once a year, however, the ice racing series for electric vehicles goes to Principality of Andorra for an event. At an altitude of 2450 metres, the teams will contest their second race on the 820-metre long Andorra Circuit.

  • Principat d’Andorra

    Usually, the races of the Andros eTrophy take place exclusively in France. Once a year, however, the ice racing series for electric vehicles goes to Principality of Andorra for an event. At an altitude of 2450 metres, the teams will contest their second race on the 820-metre long Andorra Circuit.

  • Lans en Vercors, France

    For the fifth and penultimate event of the season, participants of the Andros Trophy travel to the French community of Lans-en-Vercors in the Département Isère in the east of France. An 800-metre long ice track awaits them at an altitude of 1.42 kilometres.