Make the Future London ran from June 30 to July 3. It was a four-day festival of ideas and innovation offering curious minds a rare glimpse into the future of our cities, showcasing bright energy ideas and providing a platform for innovation, collaboration and conversation about the global energy future.
Make the Future London
Make the Future London, featuring Shell Eco-marathon Europe, welcomed more than 30,000 guests to a festival of ideas, innovation and friendly competition from June 30-July 3.
Shell Eco-marathon also came to London.
For the first time in 30 years, Shell Eco-marathon arrived in London as part of Make The Future London. More than 200 teams from all over Europe competed on a specially-designed track around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to see how far they could drive on the equivalent of one litre of fuel.
Did all the teams make it through technical inspection? Which teams won their categories? Were any records broken? (The current prototype gasoline record is 3,771km/l – enough to take you from London to Helsinki and back again on just one litre of fuel!) Visit the Shell Eco-marathon website to find out!
News and Highlights
Football legend Pelé kicked off Make the Future London, while students raced to get their cars ready as Shell Eco-marathon Europe revved up.
Rachel Riley was the star turn at Make the Future London, as the Shell Eco-Marathon Europe countdown continues.
Cheers of celebration filled the air at Shell Eco-marathon Europe as the UrbanConcept award winners and Drivers’ World Championship line-up were announced.
Indonesia wins first Drivers’ World Championship race in grand finale of Shell Eco-marathon Europe.
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