Virtual Off-track Awards
The Off-track Awards look beyond the car, celebrating the wide range of skills that have gone into each Shell Eco-marathon project. This year, in addition to the several traditional categories that teams can compete in, we are introducing two more awards.
In the new Data and Telemetry Award, teams are challenged to come up with the best conceptual design of how to use vehicle data real-time, or close to real-time, and demonstrate how the solution can improve their actual track results. For more information on this award and on Shell Eco-marathon Telemetry in general, check out the Student Telemetry Portal.
Sponsored by Altair, the second new category is the Simulate to Innovate Award, where the objective is to make the most significant improvement in the design of any vehicle system or component using CAE (computer aided engineering) simulation and optimization in vehicle design.
Teams can take part in as many categories as they want. Check out the winners of the 2020 Virtual Off-track Awards to get inspired, and stay tuned to find out who will be this year’s champions!
Regional Winner: $1,500 and 200 Virtual League Points
Regional Runner-up: $750 and 100 Virtual League Points
Rules of the Competition
2021 Virtual League Table
Check your Virtual League standings and see how your team compares to other teams around the world!Check out the Virtual League ranking
2021 Virtual Programme
The 2021 Virtual Programme includes the global Virtual League, where teams can earn points across a range of different challenges. Here’s how teams can compete in the league.Learn more about the 2021 Virtual Programme