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Penn Electric Racing team builds and races electric cars
by Tanvir Aslam
The Daily Pennsylvanian Translate This Article
11 October 2012
On 11 October 2012 The Daily Pennsylvanian reported:
Some University of Pennsylvania students are looking to give Ford, Honda, and Toyota a run for their money. Penn Electric Racing, which began in 1989 when a group of students and professors worked together to build a car for the 1990 General Motors Sunrayce, is a student organization that is actively designing, building, and racing alternative energy vehicles.
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