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World Solar Challenge – Official Site

The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge starts in Darwin in the Northern Territory and finishes in the City of Adelaide in South Australia.

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World Solar Challenge car race begins in Australia | DW

World Solar Challenge car race begins in Australia. The 2017 World Solar Challenge, which started up in 1987, began Sunday from the northern Australian city of Darwin. The 42 solar cars participating in the race will take up to a week to reach the southern city of Adelaide, 3,000 kilometers (1864 miles) away, with an average speed of 90-100 kilometers per hour (55-62 mph).

Flying Dutch win world solar car race in Australia – Phys.org

Flying Dutch win world solar car race in Australia. The win is the seventh for Nuon, with their car overcoming cloudy skies as they took the lead early and stayed ahead in the elite Challenger class, which features slick, single seat aerodynamic vehicles …

World Solar Challenge – Wikipedia

The World Solar Challenge or the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge since 2013 due to the sponsorship of Bridgestone Corporation is a biennial solar-powered car race which covers 3,022 km (1,878 mi) through the Australian Outback, from Darwin, Northern Territory to Adelaide, South Australia.

Corporate sponsor: Bridgestone

Event info | World Solar Challenge 2019

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World Solar Challenge goes live: Solar cars racing from

Oct 08, 2017 · The World Solar Challenge started about 8:30 AM local time, Darwin, Australia. 42 cars, in three categories, from 21 countries race for 3-7 days using mainly solar power.

Author: John Fitzgerald Weaver

World Solar Challenge In Australia Is Rolling – CleanTechnica

The transcontinental World Solar Challenge race in Australia kicked off on Sunday, sending 42 solar-powered cars on a 3,000 kilometer (1,864 mile) race from the north coast of Australia to the

Solar-Powered Cars to Compete in Harrowing Race Across the

Solar-Powered Cars to Compete in Harrowing Race Across the Australian Outback. The car, which was designed and built by engineering students from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), departed Sydney, Australia, on Sept. 20 and will travel about 2,700 miles (4,300 kilometers) to Darwin, on the continent’s northern coast.