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DAKAR 2021

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GCK Motorsport will be joining the world-renowned Dakar Rally in 2021 at its NEOM stage to showcase its latest cross-country project, the GCK e-Blast 1.


The GCK e-Blast 1 represents GCK Motorsport’s first step in promoting the future of cross-country rally: it will run environmentally friendly, fully electric technology for long distance rallying with a view to integrate a GCK hydrogen solution as the programme develops. Drawing on the parallels of the technological evolution between both, the electric project will provide the foundation for GCK’s hydrogen future.

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Known as the world’s most challenging long-distance rally event, it comes as no surprise that GCK Motorsport will be unveiling their GCK e-Blast 1 at the 2021 Dakar Rally.


The e-Blast 1 will be driven by GCK Motorsport's test driver Kevin Abbring and will be taking on the terrain around the city of Neom, Saudi Arabia, in January 2021 as well as other off-road races throughout 2021 to further optimise the vehicle and technology. In parallel, GCK Motorsport will be developing their hydrogen-powered solution with a view to present a hydrogen-powered vehicle in January 2022, before being fully race-ready in 2023 - 2024.


GCK Motorsport will also make their green racing technology available commercially to other teams attempting the long-distance rally and sharing GCK’s vision in reducing their environmental impact.




GCK Motorsport produced a bespoke electric powertrain and battery-pack specific to cross-country rallying.

Integrated into the chassis that won Dakar Rally in 2018 and further developing it to produce 250 Kw, the equivalent of 340 hp, with battery power of 150 Kwh to achieve a top speed of 180kmh and max torque of 1000 Nm, the GCK e-Blast 1 will provide the perfect platform to drive further technological advancement in long-distance rallying.


Tech specs

Chassis: tubulare / Carbon Body

Suspension: Double wishbone / 3-way adjustable dampers / 2 dampers per wheel / Hydraulics Bumpstop

Suspension travel: 460 mm


Brakes: 4 pistons Alcon Caliper / Iron Disk and pads


Steering: Electrical power steering


Length: 4512 mm

Width: 2400 mm

Height : 1800 mm


Weight: 2300kg


Wheelbase: 3200 mm

Engine: 1 engine in the rear


Max power: 250 Kw / 340 hp


Max torque: 1000 Nm

Gearbox: 2 speed gearbox / Paddle shift / Top speed 180 Km/h


Battery: Total capacity 150 Kwh


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