Sustainable development

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Acting today for a better tomorrow
The Automobile Club de l’Ouest has been a prime mover in the local community since 1906, as well as a testing ground for innovative solutions for the mobility of the future.
The ACO’s actions are detailed below.
To preserve our future, we need to act on sustainable mobility now.

Our Actions

Our commitment is underpinned by six founding principles and meets 12 of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

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Six founding principles
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Sustainable development

Stoffel Vandoorne: "Winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of my goals."
24h Le Mans29/04/2021

Stoffel Vandoorne: "Winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of my goals."

Two years after a promising rookie season with two podium finishes, Stoffel Vandoorne is returning to Le Mans and the FIA World Endurance Championship. He will be one to watch in LMP2 at the 24 Hours (21-22 August) with British team Jota Sport, and will also contribute to the development of Mission H24's hydrogen pr...

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Richard Mille extends its partnership with MissionH24
24h Le Mans01/04/2021

Richard Mille extends its partnership with MissionH24

This year the electric-hydrogen racing prototypes in the programme implemented by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest and GreenGT will again fly the colours of the watchmaking brand.

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The H24 prototype hits the track for the first time (video)
24h Le Mans29/03/2021

The H24 prototype hits the track for the first time (video)

The Mission H24 project's new hydrogen-electric powered racing prototype recently completed its first laps at the Lurcy-Levis circuit with Norman Nato at the wheel.

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In video
Sustainable development

Mission H24, courir aujourd'hui pour demain

Mission H24, courir aujourd'hui pour demain

24 Heures du Mans : la station d'hydrogène inaugurée

24 Heures du Mans : la station d'hydrogène inaugurée

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    For almost a century, the 24 Hours of Le Mans has urged manufacturers to innovate for the benefit of future motorists. The quest for performance has always embraced reliability and safety. The ground-breaking innovations of the past have shaped today’s commitment to sustainable mobility. MissionH24, which aims to bring hydrogen to the 24 Hours of Le Mans, exemplifies a strategy for the future that has its roots in a fertile history. We invite you to delve into this history.

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