Formula E team
Formula e is a new FIA single-seater championship and the world’s first fully-electric racing series. In 2014’s inaugural season, 10 teams contested the series with identical single-seater cars – designed and built by some of the leading companies in motorsport.
In 2015, with the permission of the FIA, the championship evolved allowing manufacturers to use their own electronic setup, transmissions and engines.
The e.dams team won three team titles and one driver title won by Sébastien Buemi.
Formula e serves as a framework for R&D around the electric vehicle, accelerating general interest in these cars and promoting sustainability. It is a vision for the future of the motor industry. And it is a vision LEMO's partnership with NISSAN e.dams will fuel.
Lausanne Racing Team
The Formula Student is an international car racing competition for engineering students. Dozens of universities from around the world compete in several competitions in Europe. The prestigious EPFL (Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne) has participated in it since 2019 in the "Electric" category with its LRT team - Lausanne Racing Team.
Students take care of all aspects: engineering, finance, sponsorship, communication and even driving the car. During competitions, the teams are judged on static (design, engineering, etc.) and dynamic (acceleration, circuit, endurance, skidpad) tests.
It takes several years to develop an efficient vehicle capable of winning any of the Formula Student tests. Each project thus contributes to the training of hundreds of young engineers.
The LEMO Group is committed to contributing to the emergence of engineering talent and is very pleased to be a technical partner of the LRT. The Group also supports the AMZ team (Zurich Federal Institute of Technology) which participates in the Formula Student, as well as other universities competing in other electric and solar vehicle competitions.