2021 Asia Pacific And Middle East Off-Track Awards

The third and final instalment of the 2021 Off-Track Awards took place on Friday, April 16 with the announcement of the Asia Pacific and Middle East winners LIVE on YouTube.

Norman Koch, Global General Manager Shell Eco-marathon, welcomed back special guest Oliver Rowland, Nissan e.dams Formula E driver and a host of familiar and some new faces to reveal this regions winning and runner-up teams.

The Asia Pacific and Middle East Off-Tracks received a record number of submissions at 198 entries from 64 teams in 11 countries, that’s nearly twice the number as in previous years; with the Safety Award, Technical Innovation Award and Communications Award proving to be the top three most popular categories amongst participating teams.

The unprecedented number of entries didn’t seem to impact on the quality, and our judges had a tough time deliberating over all team submissions. After building shortlists of the best teams, our panel used scorecards and decided by mutual agreement on the winners and runners-up who receive $1,500 and $750 in prize money respectively, plus Virtual League points.

Scroll down for the full list of 2021 Asia Pacific and Middle East Off-Track Award winning and runner-up teams.

Watch the 2021 Asia Pacific and Middle East Off-Track Awards Show

Results of the 2021 Asia Pacific and Middle East Off-Track Awards

The winners of 2021 Virtual Off-Track Awards have been announced across all three regions. In case you missed the live shows, click here to watch the ceremonies and find out who the winners are.

2021 Virtual League

2021 Virtual League

The winners of 2021 Virtual Off-Track Awards have been announced across all three regions. In case you missed the live shows, click here to catch up on all three regional awards and find out who the winners are.

Check out the Virtual League ranking
Oliver Rowland, number 22

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DTU E-Supermileage

DTU E-Supermileage win a Vehicle Design Award (Prototype)

This team’s winning design impressed at the 2020 Asia Off-Tracks with a teardrop shaped vehicle inspired by the DC Comics Batmobile and the Lamborghini Aventador.

Nanyang Autonomous Venture Team

Nanyang Autonomous Venture win a Vehicle Design Award (Urban Concept)

Read about this team’s vehicle design with its streamlined shape inspired by the killer whale earning them a win at the 2020 Asia Off-Tracks.