French Team to Challenge with Biomethane at Le Mans 2017

Via NGV Global News.

The renowned Le Mans 24-hour race for 2017 will have a new entry in the experimental category, in the form of a liquefied biomethane powered hybrid vehicle from France’s Welter Racing (WR), based in Thorigny sur Marne, Île-de-France. 

This project, led by the WR team whose first participation in the 24 Hours of Le Mans began in 1976, aims to use biomethane from waste disposal to deliver a zero-CO2-impact race and demonstrate this form of renewable energy is worthy of inclusion at the highest level of motor racing.