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Today’s SXSW Eco featured sessions on sustainable seafood, clean energy investments and (literally) everything in between. Here are highlights from some of the sessions we attended today!
Students from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands recently debuted their latest hydrogen fuel cell racer, entering it into a general competition against mostly gas powered vehicles.
National Geographic Society reports on the results of the recent Eco-marathon Asia, where a hydrogen car, among other green car racers, did quite well.
Midwest Energy News takes a look at how electric cars and hybrids are becoming increasingly more competitive in racing events.
Audi clinches victory at the Le Mans 24-hour race with the R18 e-tron quattro, making motor racing history by becoming the first hybrid to win the famous event.
Among the cars taking part in the Le Mans 24 Hours next month will be two hybrids from the German automaker Audi.
Toyota hasn’t participated in a Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile endurance race since 1999, they’re back with a new team and a new car – a hybrid.
More than the route changed in this year’s famous Dakar rally; this was the first year an extended-range electric vehicle not only entered Dakar, but finished.
The Predator sets a new the new NEDRA record in the DMC/A category, covering the quarter mile in 8.6 seconds at 143.95 mph.
Toyota will race its LMP1, a hybrid race car, at the FIA World Endurance Championship and Le Mans 24 Hours in 2012.