The University of Michigan solar-car team wins its third straight American Solar Challenge, with its Infinium car finishing about two hours ahead of its nearest competitor. The U of M car earned a time of 28 hours, 14 minutes and 44 seconds for the 1,100-mile (1,770-km) event. The biennial competition began in Broken Arrow, OK, June 20 and ended in Naperville, IL. It is the sixth North American title for U of M, located in Ann Arbor, which won the inaugural event in 1990. Each entry ...

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