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Prince Leopold drives BRUTUS
Poldi meets Brutus - a climate-neutral world record attempt

A special spectacle took place in Sinsheim on 19 September: His Royal Highness, Prince Leopold of Bavaria, set out to tame our Brutus and did so in a completely climate-neutral way.

Co-organised by the Royal Bobsleigh Automobile Club (RBAC), the racing legend drove what is probably the largest capacity vehicle in the world, the "Brutus" with pure eFuel, for the first time. This is produced at the world's oldest mining university in Freiberg (Saxony) in a plant operated by CAC Engineering, a partner of the RBAC.

After a few laps, it was proven that even an engine with a capacity of 47 litres can be driven in a climate-neutral way.