The team from Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS) team beat six others taking part in the competition using their Urban Concept vehicle which are designed to consider city driving. The winning team will be invited to visit the Ducati Motorcycle factory in Thailand and get a first-hand view behind the scenes of making these bikes and learn from professionals how innovation and motorsport go hand-in-hand.

Raihan Naufal, General Manager ITS Team Sapuangin, said, “We look forward to visiting the Ducati Motorcycle Factory and gaining new insights, ideas, and innovations that will contribute to the growth of our Team.”

The Regional Championship is a race format where teams are given a small amount of energy entirely based on their result. They have to match the proven energy efficiency of their car with strategy, skill, and speed in a race to cross the finish line first without running out of energy.

Prototype Category Winners

The best mileage in the Prototype category using internal combustion engine as an energy source was achieved by Bengawan Team UNS from Sebelas Maret University in Indonesia, at 983.3 kilometres per litre (km/l).

Other winners include Apatte Elang Energi Team 2 from Indonesia’s Brawijaya University, with a result of 521 kilometres per cubic meter (km/m³) in the hydrogen fuel cell sub-category and IMEI Team from Indonesia’s Muhammadiyah University Sidoarjo with a result of 958.2 kilometers per kilowatt hour (km/kWh) in the battery-electric sub-category.

Students taking part in the Prototype category were tasked to design ultra-efficient, lightweight designs, typically with three wheels, with the primary goal of optimising the efficiency of innovative energy sources. They then chose from one of three energy sources: battery-electric, hydrogen fuel cell or internal combustion engine (gasoline, ethanol, and/or diesel).

Off-track awards

Off-track awards were also presented to acknowledge teams for their skills and achievements outside of their track performance. There are six award categories including safety, carbon footprint reduction, and the Spirit of Shell Eco-marathon award which recognises students who use their skills to contribute to the greater good of others.

Norman Koch, Global General Manager of Shell Eco-marathon, said, "It is truly impressive to see the high standards of performance and innovative ideas generated by these young thinkers, the change-makers of tomorrow. Despite facing various challenges throughout the competition, they remained resilient and achieved remarkable results in designing energy-efficient vehicles."

The annual Shell Eco-marathon Asia-Pacific and the Middle East 2024 competition, held at Mandalika International Circuit in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, saw students from across Asia and the Middle East push the boundaries of what is technically possible.

It will be hosted in Doha, Qatar next year.

Shell Eco-marathon Asia-Pacific and the Middle East 2024

Final Awards

Regional Championship

Winners Team Name Country School Name
1 ITS Team Sapuangin Indonesia Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology
2 Arjuna Team Indonesia University of Indonesia
3 Semar Urban UGM Indonesia Gadjah Mada University
4 Weimana Agnijaya Team Indonesia Udayana University


Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) Award

Winners Team Name Country School Name

Best Time


1 Bengawan Team UNS Indonesia Sebelas Maret University 983.3
2 RMUTP RACING Thailand Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon 892.5
3 HAUI AUTO Vietnam Hanoi University of Industry 816.3

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Award

Winners Team Name  Country School Name

Best Time


1 Apatte Elang Energi Team 2 Indonesia Brawijaya University 521.0
2 Bumi Siliwangi 2 Indonesia Indonesia University of Education 502.3
3 BITEPC China Beijing Institute of Technology 298.0

Battery-Electric Award

Winners Team Name Country School Name

Best Time


1 IMEI TEAM Indonesia Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo University 958.2
2 Semar Proto UGM Indonesia Gadjah Mada University 903.1
3 KHAD Eco Team Indonesia Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta 832.9

Off-track winners

Simulate to Innovate Award

Winners Team Name Country University Energy Type
1 Batavia Gasoline Team 2 Indonesia State University of Jakarta Internal Combustion Engine

Data and Telemetry Award Supported by Schmid Elektronik

Winners Team Name Country University Energy Type
1 Semar Proto UGM Indonesia Gadjah Mada University Battery-Electric
2 ITS Team Sapuangin Indonesia Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology Internal Combustion Engine

Carbon Footprint Reduction Award Supported by Shell LCS

Winners Team Name Country University Energy Type
1 Belia Tabah Brunei Darussalam University of Brunei Darussalam Battery-Electric
2 ANTAWIRYA RONDHAN Indonesia Diponegoro University Battery-Electric

Technical Innovation Award Supported by Southwest Research Institute

Team Name
University Energy Type
1 Cardinal One Philipines Mapua Institute of Technology Internal Combustion Engine
2 BITEPC China Beijing Institute of Technology Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Safety Award

Winners Team Name Country University Energy Type
1 S.U. Racing Team Kazakhstan Satbayev Kazakh National Technical University Baterai-Electric
2 ITS Team Sapuangin Indonesia Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology Internal Combustion Engine

Spirit of Shell Eco-marathon Award

Winners Team Name Country University Energy Type
1 DBASE Team URBAN Indonesia BINUS University Internal Combustion Engine

For more information, please contact:

Reza Fawzy
Corporate Communications - Shell Indonesia

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About Shell Eco-marathon

The Shell Eco-marathon challenges high school and college student teams from around the world to design and build the most energy-efficient vehicles to address future energy challenges and promote smarter, more sustainable mobility. Student teams from 12 countries, namely Brunei, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam participated in the Shell Eco-marathon Asia-Pacific and the Middle East 2024.

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