French Alexandre Stricher won the Season 2021 of the FIA Smart Driving Challenge (FIA SDC), the first, and only, global challenge rewarding smart driving and inspiring everyday drivers to drive in a safer and more sustainable way.
Out of thousands of participants who took part in the 2021 challenge globally, the top 21 qualified to participate in the final. This year, due to Covid-19 restrictions, the final consisted in a 5-day digital event from 24 to 28 November. Out of the 21 finalists – Alexandre Stricher from France performed the best with an average score of 1502,822 points. This is the second year in a row that Stricher claims the title of “world’s smartest driver”.
The winner of the third FIA Smart Driving Challenge edition, a member of the Automobile Club Association, competed in the team led by Sébastien Ogier. The trophies will be handed out during a ceremony that will take place in Paris at the occasion of the FIA Annual General Assembly week on 16 December 2021.
About the FIA Smart Driving Challenge
The FIA Smart Driving Challenge (SDC) is a worldwide challenge that rewards smart, safe and eco-friendly driving. The challenge was created by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile in collaboration with Greater Than to encourage everyday motorists to adopt smarter, cleaner, and safer driving behavior. Equipped with a smartphone app connected to a digital platform, regular motorists can participate to become the world’s smartest driver by using their car. Learn more at FIA SDC.