Once again the electric ice-racing cars of the Trophée Andros have left their snow-capped mountain-top habitat for a little summertime fun at the Grand Prix de Pau Electrique. And, just like last year, the Exagon-prepared buggies put on two shows full of paint-swapping competitive action, whilst giving a kind repose to the eardrums of onlookers from the din of the Formula3 and other internal combustion classes.
Grand Prix De Pau
There have been many a Grand Prix de Pau since the original one was held way back in 1901, but this summer's event will be the first ever to feature racing machines powered purely by electrons. It's been announced that the Exagon-built cars currently competing in the Trophée Andros will make the switch from slippery snow-covered race tracks to the grippy asphalt of the street circuit in the historic city of Pau this coming May 20th weekend.