chargebyte Wittenbeck goes electric racing

chargebyte and Johannes Wittenbeck are joining the ADAC Opel e-Rally Cup in the third season of
the championship. The cooperation of the electric charge controller manufacturer and the rally
driver is named as chargebyte Wittenbeck e-Rally Team and located in the greater metropolitan area
of Munich. Alongside Wittebeck, his co-driver Christian Koke will contest the entire season. And more automotive experienced companies joining that project. BRT Automotive, Autosalon Faber, Fahrschule Heppel and the ADAC Team Südbayern are also on the line-up.

“With that project we want to push e-mobility in all directions and want to show how awesome it
can be. When you can go electric on the rally, you can go electric everywhere”, the young rally driver
Wittenbeck says in his statement. And this championship is attracting more and more attention. The
Cup is an important event for Opel as it provides a platform to showcase the company’s
commitment to sustainability and innovation. But many other companies joining forces to promote
e-mobility with that Cup. This shows the motorsport industry’s recognition of the potential of
electric mobility.

A growing number of countries eager to host the Cup in their countries. The media presence is
significant, as the event is future-oriented and highlights the advancements in electric mobility. In
this 2023 season there will be eight races in four different countries on the calendar. Four races in
Germany, two in France, one in Switzerland and Austria. But the final race in Germany will be part of
the World Rally Championship in Passau at the Central European Rally. The international interest in
Europe is quite high for rally youngsters as the winner will become a factory driver for Opel in the
following season in the European Rally Championship 2.