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In case you haven’t already heard, the solar cells were working so well that the leading solar car NUNA7 of Nuon Solar Team was speeding and ended up with a penalty of 10 minutes during the previous days. At the end of the Day4 of the World Solar Challenge 2013 (world solar car race) between Darwin and Adelaide, Australia, here is the result provided by World Solar Challenge 2013, with NUNA7 of Nuon Solar Team (Netherlands)
leading in the first place, followed by Tokai Challenger of Tokai University (Japan)
and The Red Engine of Solar Team Twente (Netherlands) being in the third place by the end of the Day4 of WSC2013.
It is anticipated that the first solar car of World Solar Challenge 2013 will arrive at Hindmarsh Square of Adelaide, Australia, on Oct. 10, 2013, Day5, of the World Solar Challenge 2013.
The reason the finish point of this race is not at the Victoria Square this year is because Victoria Square is undergoing beautification and will be expected to have much change in its landscape by its completion.
~have a bright and sunny day~
gathered, written, and posted by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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