ROTTERDAM, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Six international university teams competed in the Dutch city of Rotterdam on Saturday in what was billed as a motor racing championship for hydrogen-powered vehicles. The "Formula Zero" series aims to demonstrate the viability of zero-emission fuel cell technology, even if the average speeds of around 50 kph (32 mph) were more akin to those of a cycle race than of Formula One. The karts ran individual timed laps rather than racing directly against each ...
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