23:30 Light Speed 2,000 Mile AU Australia Outback Solar Car Race – Engineering the World’s Fastest Solar Race Cars; Stanford University team interviewed.
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Leg 1 From Race Start – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iCCbRD65Ks – Stanford had a rough start
Leg 2 Tactics & Technology 19:45 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLfJ08OXxI4 –
Leg 3 Speed, Spinning Out and Aerodynamics During A Solar Car Race 17:40
– Speed, Spinning Out and Aerodynamics During A Solar Car Race –
Leg 4 Navigating A Solar Car Through Killer Conditions 24:32
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Leg 5 Catastrophe on the Final Stretch Of The World Solar Challenge
– https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuJpHWK3iYo – 19:12 Race end in Adelaide
Welcome to LIGHT SPEED! Join Derek Muller of Veritasium to meet the minds (and understand the physics!) behind the world’s most advanced solar vehicles. They’ll race 2,000 miles across the Australian Outback to test their tech and teamwork, risking life and limb to build a better, more sustainable world.
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This is Light Speed! A 2,000 mile race against time and the elements inside the world’s most advanced solar vehicles as they trek through the Australian Outback. It’s a high-tech race you’ve never seen before where literally anything can go wrong at any moment and things can turn deadly in the blink of an eye.
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Light Speed! A 2,000 mile race against time and the elements inside the world’s most advanced solar vehicles as they trek through the Australian Outback.