With multiple world champions drivers, fully committed car manufacturers and an internationally recognized promoter, the FIA WTCR Championship has no equal. It is the ultimate in touring car racing. As spectacular as it gets when it is happening on an inner-city track such as Pau.
To launch the brand-new FIA ETCR World Cup, the first one dedicated to electric cars, the International Federation needed an iconic venue and track: it will be Pau. The hydrogen produced by the city will supply the energy station installed within the Paddock “Tissié.”
Single-seaters cars are a long-standing tradition in Pau. One year ahead of transition to low-carbon fuel, the Euro-formula Open is back with drivers of more than ten nationalities. At stake: the succession of Tuki Tsunoda who excelled in Pau in 2019… and in F1 afterwards. This is the confirmation that Pau has always been the place to be for the world’s best drivers.
The new generation F4 FIA is one of the most rewarding schools in motor sport, the teenage drivers come from all across the world, supported by apprentice mechanics carrying one dream: to access the F1
Pau Grand Prix is the first Grand Prix dedicated to new technologies and new energies, It will be a forerunner of tomorrow’s motorsports events. The Twin’Cup will involve numerous highly qualified regional pilots and will run for the first time on BioFuel to be part of a sustainable approach to reduce CO2 emissions.
The public in Pau will have the chance to discover the ERA, the Electric Racing Academy championship, the first electric single-seater event for junior drivers. Although it is not included in the 2022 Europe Series calendar, Pau will be used for official pre-season tests, attended by the international press.