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Solar-powered car race event

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World Solar Challenge: Solar-powered car race event
The World Solar Challenge (WSC), or the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge since 2013, tied to the sponsorship of Bridgestone Corporation is the world's most well-known solar-powered car race event. A biennial road race covering 3,022 km (1,878 mi) through the Australian Outback, from Darwin, Northern Territory, to Adelaide, South Australia, created to foster the development of experimental, solar-powered vehicles.

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Dutch team expected to claim honours in solar-powered race to Adelaide

The winner of the World Solar Challenge is expected to cross the finish line in Adelaide after a drama-packed day of the 3000-kilometre race from Darwin.
SBS - Published

Solar-powered cars race to Adelaide finish

The winner of the World Solar Challenge is expected to cross the finish line in Adelaide after a drama-packed day of the 3000-kilometre race from Darwin.
SBS - Published

Videos for World Solar Challenge

Belgian car wins Darwin-to-Adelaide solar race [Video]Belgian car wins Darwin-to-Adelaide solar race

A Belgian car won its first World Solar Challenge, crossing the finish line in Adelaide, Australia.

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 00:50Published


Wild winds wreak havoc for World Solar Challenge in Australia [Video]Wild winds wreak havoc for World Solar Challenge in Australia

Leader crashes in race and speed limit imposed by organisers

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 02:17Published

 

Dutch racing team in pole position for annual World Solar Challenge

A new Dutch team has taken pole position for Sunday's start of the World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide.
SBS - Published

Dutch take pole in solar challenge

A new Dutch team has taken pole position for Sunday's start of the World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide.
SBS - Published

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