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    A driver sits inside of The RED Engine from the Solar Team Twente, University of Twente and Saxion in the Netherlands as the solar car is examined as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


    A driver sits inside of The RED Engine from the Solar Team Twente, University of Twente and Saxion in the Netherlands as the solar car is examined as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




    Kohhei Sagawa, a driver of the Tokai Challenger from Tokai University in Japan wears glasses as the solar car is height tested as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


    Kohhei Sagawa, a driver of the Tokai Challenger from Tokai University in Japan wears glasses as the solar car is height tested as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




    A general view as solar cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


    A general view as solar cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




    Batteries are examined on the Arrow7 from Team Arrow, Associated with Queensland University of Technology in Australia as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


    Batteries are examined on the Arrow7 from Team Arrow, Associated with Queensland University of Technology in Australia as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




    A detail of components inside of the Natural Magic Energy from the JU Solar Team, Jonkoping University in Sweden as the solar car is examined as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


    A detail of components inside of the Natural Magic Energy from the JU Solar Team, Jonkoping University in Sweden as the solar car is examined as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




    Chris Ahearn, driver of Arrow1 from Team Arrow, Associated with Queensland University of Technology in Australia prepares for a testing session at Hidden Valley Raceway on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


    Chris Ahearn, driver of Arrow1 from Team Arrow, Associated with Queensland University of Technology in Australia prepares for a testing session at Hidden Valley Raceway on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




    A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows Dutch Red Engine solar car team test drives their vehicle in the Northern Territory, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


    A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows Dutch Red Engine solar car team test drives their vehicle in the Northern Territory, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)




    A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine going for a test drive around Darwin, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


    A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine going for a test drive around Darwin, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)




    All 40 solar cars and team members involved in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge pose for a photograph at the Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex on October 4, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. Over 25 teams from across the globe will compete in the 2013 World Solar Challenge – a 3000 km solar-powered vehicle race between Darwin and Adelaide. The race begins on October 6th with the first car expected to cross the finish line on October 10th. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


    All 40 solar cars and team members involved in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge pose for a photograph at the Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex on October 4, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. Over 25 teams from across the globe will compete in the 2013 World Solar Challenge – a 3000 km solar-powered vehicle race between Darwin and Adelaide. The race begins on October 6th with the first car expected to cross the finish line on October 10th. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




    A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine solar car during a test drive on Cox Penninsula Road outside Darwin, Australia, 16 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


    A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine solar car during a test drive on Cox Penninsula Road outside Darwin, Australia, 16 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)




    A undated handout image provided by the Bochum University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Bochum) on 04 October 2013 shows the German team Bochum's Cruiser class solar car during a test drive in the Northern Territoty, Australia, 16 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Hochschule Bochum/EPA)


    A undated handout image provided by the Bochum University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Bochum) on 04 October 2013 shows the German team Bochum's Cruiser class solar car during a test drive in the Northern Territoty, Australia, 16 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Hochschule Bochum/EPA)




    A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine going for a test drive on Cox Penninsula Road outside Darwin, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


    A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine going for a test drive on Cox Penninsula Road outside Darwin, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


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World Solar Challenge 2013


A driver sits inside of The RED Engine from the Solar Team Twente, University of Twente and Saxion in the Netherlands as the solar car is examined as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


A driver sits inside of The RED Engine from the Solar Team Twente, University of Twente and Saxion in the Netherlands as the solar car is examined as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




Kohhei Sagawa, a driver of the Tokai Challenger from Tokai University in Japan wears glasses as the solar car is height tested as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


Kohhei Sagawa, a driver of the Tokai Challenger from Tokai University in Japan wears glasses as the solar car is height tested as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




A general view as solar cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


A general view as solar cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




Batteries are examined on the Arrow7 from Team Arrow, Associated with Queensland University of Technology in Australia as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


Batteries are examined on the Arrow7 from Team Arrow, Associated with Queensland University of Technology in Australia as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




A detail of components inside of the Natural Magic Energy from the JU Solar Team, Jonkoping University in Sweden as the solar car is examined as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


A detail of components inside of the Natural Magic Energy from the JU Solar Team, Jonkoping University in Sweden as the solar car is examined as cars are presented to the scrutineers for inspection and confirmation of their regulatory compliance and structural integrity on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




Chris Ahearn, driver of Arrow1 from Team Arrow, Associated with Queensland University of Technology in Australia prepares for a testing session at Hidden Valley Raceway on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


Chris Ahearn, driver of Arrow1 from Team Arrow, Associated with Queensland University of Technology in Australia prepares for a testing session at Hidden Valley Raceway on October 2, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows Dutch Red Engine solar car team test drives their vehicle in the Northern Territory, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows Dutch Red Engine solar car team test drives their vehicle in the Northern Territory, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)




A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine going for a test drive around Darwin, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine going for a test drive around Darwin, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)




All 40 solar cars and team members involved in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge pose for a photograph at the Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex on October 4, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. Over 25 teams from across the globe will compete in the 2013 World Solar Challenge – a 3000 km solar-powered vehicle race between Darwin and Adelaide. The race begins on October 6th with the first car expected to cross the finish line on October 10th. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)


All 40 solar cars and team members involved in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge pose for a photograph at the Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex on October 4, 2013 in Darwin, Australia. Over 25 teams from across the globe will compete in the 2013 World Solar Challenge – a 3000 km solar-powered vehicle race between Darwin and Adelaide. The race begins on October 6th with the first car expected to cross the finish line on October 10th. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images for the World Solar Challenge)




A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine solar car during a test drive on Cox Penninsula Road outside Darwin, Australia, 16 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine solar car during a test drive on Cox Penninsula Road outside Darwin, Australia, 16 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)




A undated handout image provided by the Bochum University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Bochum) on 04 October 2013 shows the German team Bochum's Cruiser class solar car during a test drive in the Northern Territoty, Australia, 16 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Hochschule Bochum/EPA)


A undated handout image provided by the Bochum University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Bochum) on 04 October 2013 shows the German team Bochum's Cruiser class solar car during a test drive in the Northern Territoty, Australia, 16 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Hochschule Bochum/EPA)




A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine going for a test drive on Cox Penninsula Road outside Darwin, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


A handout image of the Red Engine Team obtained on 04 October 2013 shows the Red Engine going for a test drive on Cox Penninsula Road outside Darwin, Australia, 21 September 2013. The Dutch vehicle is competing in the World Solar Challenge, driving from Darwin to Adelaide starting on 06 October 2013. (Photo by Joost Van Baars/EPA/Red Engine Team)


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