Andros eTrophy

Andros eTrophy

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. Jean-Baptiste Dubourg returns as the defending champion.

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  • Andorra

    The Andros Trophy is France’s premier ice racing series and back for its 2021 season. The first out of six events does not take in France though, but in the Principality of Andorra. At an altitude of 2450 meters, the teams contest their first race of the season on the 820-metre long Andorra Circuit.

  • Serre Chevalier

    The third event of the 2021 season takes drivers and teams of the Andros Trophy to 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.

  • Lans-en-Vercors

    For the fourth event of the season, participants of the 2021 E-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.

  • Val Thorens 1

    Created in 1990 by rallycross driver Max Mamers, the Andros Trophy is France’s premier ice racing series and has now repositioned itself as an electric racing series. The 2021 season consists of five events which usually take place at some of the most well-known ski resorts in France.

  • Val Thorens 2

    Created in 1990 by rallycross driver Max Mamers, the Andros Trophy is France’s premier ice racing series and has now repositioned itself as an electric racing series. The 2021 season consists of five events which usually take place at some of the most well-known ski resorts in France.