OCTOBER 18, 2023
9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY
If you will be in the Charlotte area, on October 18, you can learn what you need to know about the growing field of electric vehicle racing, and the facts about its unique safety challenges.
In this one-day event at the Charlotte Motor Speedway you will hear from experts engaged in electric racing series and lithium-ion battery research: from IMSA, Williams Advanced Engineering, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s William States Lee College of Engineering.
“We discovered the growing interest in EV racing safety when Eric Huhn of UNC Charlotte spoke at our Racing Goes Safer safety seminar at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach in April” says Stand 21 Foundation President, Yves Morizot. “We are seeing tracks, sanctioning bodies, and drivers now dealing with unfamiliar safety issues as an increased number of electric vehicles are showing up to race. We are proud to help Eric and UNC Charlotte organize the EVRSafe event.”
Experts in the field of EV motorsports and li-ion battery safety:
Williams Advanced Engineering
High Voltage Safety Officer, IMSA
Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Facility and Laboratory Safety Engineer, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
|Visit www.racinggoessafer.org for more information
on the Racing Goes Safer Foundation, including our past and future events.
Contact: Eric Huhn, Facility and Laboratory Safety Engineer, firstname.lastname@example.org
*Sponsorship opportunities are also available.*
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