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Team H24 Racing – MissionH24


Stéphane Richelmi

Born on 17 March 1990 in Monaco

The last driver to join the MissionH24 project, on which TotalEnergies is a major partner, Stéphane Richelmi has the experience necessary to make a telling contribution to this highly innovative project aimed at creating a category dedicated to hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles at the 2025 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The 32 year-old has a wealth of experience in prototype racing, the highlight of which was winning the LMP2 class during the 2016 season of the FIA WEC. Alongside his team-mates at Signatech Alpine, he won no fewer than four races that year, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In 2018, he won the Asian Le Mans Series, again in the LMP2 class. He is one of the drivers tasked with showing the potential of the prototype in the Michelin Le Mans Cup, whilst making the most of the track time in competitive conditions to fine-tune development with the technical teams.


  • 2018: LMP2 class champion - Asian Le Mans Series & runner-up in LMP2 class - FIA WEC
  • 2016: LMP2 class champion - FIA WEC with four race wins, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • 2010: Italian F3 championship runner-up

Norman Nato

Born on 8 July 1992 in Cannes, France

Introduced at a very early age to the world of motorsport, Norman made his debut in single-seater in 2010, competing in the F4 Eurocup 1.6 championship with the Auto Sport Academy team. He finished second overall in his first season. After spending four years racing in Formula Renault 2.0 and Formula Renault 3.5, in 2015 Norman Nato joined the GP2 Series, forerunner to the F2 championship, with Arden International. He enjoyed his best finish in the series in 2016, ending the year in fifth place with Racing Engineering. In 2018, he left single-seater racing, switching to Endurance and prototype racing. It proved to be a good move because alongside Olivier Pla and Paul Petit, he finished third in the ELMS championship competing for Racing Engineering. He has since then split his time between Endurance and Formula E. The 2019-2020 Endurance season was undoubtedly his most accomplished as he claimed third place overall in the LMP1 class of the FIA WEC with Rebellion Racing. That same year, after finishing as runners-up at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, his crew won races at the Circuit Of The Americas (COTA) and in Shanghai.

In Formula E, he competed in a full season in 2021 with ROKiT Venturi Racing, before becoming a test driver for Jaguar Racing. His considerable and varied experience, acquired in both Prototype and single-seater racing, makes him a very valuable asset for the development of MissionH24.


  • 2021: Runner-up in LMP2 Pro-Am class - FIA WEC
  • 2020: 3rd in LMP1 class - FIA WEC
  • 2018: 3rd in LMP2 class - ELMS
  • 2016: 5th in GP2 Series
  • 2012: Formula Renault 2.0 Alps runner-up
  • 2010: F4 Eurocup runner-up

Stoffel Vandoorne

Born on 26 March 1992 in Kortrijk, Belgium

After starting off in karting, Stoffel then rose steadily through the ranks of single-seater racing, winning the F4 Eurocup 1.6 in 2010 and the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup in 2012, finishing as runner-up in Formula Renault 3.5 Series (2013) and GP2 Series (2014), before winning the F1 feeder category in 2015. This impressive series of results opened the door to Formula 1 with a full-time seat at McLaren in 2017 and 2018. Having claimed two seventh place finishes in Singapore and Sepang in 2017 as his best results, he switched to Endurance and Formula E in 2019. Since his move, he has finished as runner-up in the all-electric racing series in 2020 and was also second in the LMP2 class of the FIA WEC in 2021. He is currently fighting to win his first world title in the FIA Formula E World Championship. Suffice to say that he is a major asset to the MissionH24 development team.


  • 2021: Runner-up in LMP2 class - FIA WEC 
  • 2020: ABB FIA Formula E Championship runner-up
  • 2017-2018: Lead driver in F1 at McLaren F1 Team
  • 2015: GP2 Series champion
  • 2014: GP2 Series runner-up
  • 2013: Formula Renault 3.5 Series runner-up
  • 2012: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup champion
  • 2010: F4 Eurocup 1.6 champion

The car : H24


Engine info

Other info

POWERTRAIN: Two electric motors (compared with four previously on the first iteration, called LMPH2G)

WEIGHT: Five hundred kilos saved compared with the LMPH2G

BATTERY: Fitted with fuel cells developed by SAFT, a TotalEnergies subsidiary.

CHARGING: Recharging in up to four minutes using a mobile hydrogen-powered charging station developed by TotalEnergies

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