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World Solar Challenge

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A biannual race of solar powered vehicles held across Australia. First held in 1987, it was originally held every three years with events in 1990, 1993, 1996, and 1999. In 2001 it switched to every other year and has been held on odd-numbered years since.

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11 October 2017 (11:44PM)
Cross-Continent Solar Car Race Sets Grueling Pace
Kevin Enochs, VOA News
Every two years, Australia holds the World Solar Challenge. It is a grueling 3,000-kilometer race across the Australian outback in cars powered only by the sun. Everyone from high school engineers to corporate sponsored giants is free to compete, and every year the cars go farther, and faster than before. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.
Download Cross-Continent Solar Car Race Sets Grueling Pace - 57.4MB - 1:59


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20 October 2011Japanese Team Wins Australian Solar Car MarathonVOA Breaking News


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