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Yesterday, scientists at the University of Warwick in England unveiled a race car that runs on chocolate, or at least the waste from a chocolate factory. The car, built to Formula 3 specifications, is even more distinct because it's also built using biodegradable materials.

The steering wheel, seat and buy levitra online with paypal car body are all made from plant fibers from carrots, flax, soybean and various root vegetables. The engine runs on a mixture of vegetable oil and chocolate waste. The makers claim that it's the fastest biofuel car to also be made out of sustainable materials and I'm claiming that it will be the first car whose description makes people hungry. It's built to reach a top speed of 145 mph and drivers will take it out for a full-speed test run in a few weeks to verify its performance.

The makers are calling it the "WorldFirst Formula 3 Race Car" and are taking it on a tour of several races where it will be on display, including the European Grand Prix andBritain's Goodwood Festival of buy tramadol ups delivered Speed.

via Physorg

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written by Amy, May 06, 2009
That is very awesome!'re right....where'd that bag of chocolate cranberries go?...
written by Damo, May 07, 2009
This is fantastic. The racing industry develops and pioneers so many technologies that filter down to the automotive industry. From safety features to aerodynamics to tyre development, and even to materials. Nice to see racing manufacturers taking sustainability seriously.
written by Fred, July 24, 2009
this is a good use of chocolate smilies/smiley.gif
hi guys
written by bob, June 18, 2010
i dont really like this idea it waste chocolate that we could be eating

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