Electric vehicles will appear for the first time in this year’s MPG Marathon and its U.K. organizers say drivers will have to carefully plan their recharging points. The 360-mile (580-km) event aims to show how both car and driver can make a major difference in fuel costs and emissions. The Oct. 8-9 event, now in its 14th year, pits teams of contestants pushing for the best fuel economy. Competitors find their own route between a series of fixed points. The cars will be fitted with ...

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