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'Nemesis' electric car breaks UK land-speed record
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27 September 2012
On 27 September 2012 BBC News reported:
A battery-powered car has broken the UK land-speed record for electric vehicles at Elvington airfield near York, its makers have said. The Nemesis, a heavily-modified Lotus Exige which was originally bought off eBay, clocked an average speed of 151.6mph (244km/h). The car was designed and built by a team of British motorsport engineers in Norfolk, and driven by estate agent Nick Ponting, 21, from Gloucestershire. The old record was 137mph (220km/h). The vehicle clocked 151.607mph during two runs along the mile-long course.
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