Few petroleum-powered dare have ever before surpassed 400 miles per hour. Currently a group of students plan to carry out it in an electric vehicle

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As he to be walking to a math class during his freshman year in ~ Ohio State University, R. J. Kromer spotted a poster because that a student-run team making a fuel-cell-powered car. He had never constructed anything more complex than Lego-based robot kits, but he sent an e-mail to the group asking to sign up with anyway. To his surprise, the team members comment immediately. “I believed there would be every kinds of requirements,” Kromer recalls, “but they said, ‘No, just present up.’”

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