17 July

Hydrogen and Speed in Action

  • TT Circuit Assen
  • 17 July
  • |08:00
  • - 15:00

Resato Hydrogen Technology and Formula Student Netherlands invite you to an exciting event! Come watch the Formula Student races at the circuit and discover everything Resato has to offer.

  • Thrilling Activities with Innovative Formula Student Race Cars: Witness cutting-edge engineering in action as teams compete with their high-performance vehicles.
  • Panel Sessions on Hydrogen Technology and Its Future: Gain insights from experts about the latest advancements and future trends in hydrogen technology.
  • Networking Opportunities and Job Applications: Meet industry professionals and explore career opportunities at Resato.

Whether you're looking for a job, curious about hydrogen technology, or simply want to see what our company does, this event is not to be missed! Mark your calendar for July 17th and join us at the TT Circuit Assen. We look forward to seeing you there!

Free Entry!

Special Opportunity: Win a Traineeship!

During the event, you can participate in a morning assessment and compete for a traineeship. This opportunity is specifically for recent graduates with a degree in business or engineering at the university or HBO level. For direct registration or more information, click here.

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Program Schedule

Formula Student Netherlands

Formula Student Netherlands is an annual technical competition where students from universities around the world are challenged to design, build, and race a single-seater race car. The event provides students with the opportunity to showcase their technical skills, entrepreneurship, and teamwork in a competitive environment.

The participating teams are tested in various events, including acceleration, endurance, and efficiency. Each part of the competition is designed to assess the teams' technical knowledge and strategic decision-making. Additionally, teams present to a panel of judges who are experts from the international motorsport and technical sectors.

In addition to the Electric Vehicle (EV) category, which reflects the trend toward sustainable transport solutions, Formula Student Netherlands also focuses on alternative energy sources such as hydrogen. By including both EVs and Hydrogen Prototypes, the competition promotes innovation and the exploration of diverse technologies in student motorsport.

Teams from the Netherlands, such as those from TU Delft and TU Eindhoven, compete for the top positions.


There is plenty to see all day at Formula Student, with these events being some of the most dynamic highlights:

Skid Pad 09:00 – 12:00

During this event, the cars drive a figure-8 circuit between cones. The lap times show how well the cars perform in turns. Many cars use aerodynamic aids to improve grip and lateral acceleration.

Acceleration from 13:00

In this event, the acceleration of the car from a standstill is measured over a distance of 75 meters. The fastest cars reach speeds of over 100 km/h in less than four seconds.

Autocross from 13:00

In the autocross event, the cars navigate a 1-kilometer track with straights, curves, and chicanes. A fast lap time demonstrates the cars' driving performance, precise handling, and acceleration and braking capabilities.