Monday, November 7, 2011

Brigham Young students set electric land speed record with their electric car

Brigham Young University officials have announced that their student-built electric car has set another Bonneville speed record.  The car, nicknamed “Electric Blue” was built by BYU engineering students and was competing in the Streamliner E1 class.  The BYU team had no problem busting the 130 MPH barrier. Their two runs had an average speed of 155.8 MPH with one of the runs clocking in at blazing 175 MPH.

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