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Made in the UAE student-designed fuel efficient cars to compete in Shell Eco-marathon Asia

posted on 19/08/2016: 1086 views


Singapore will play host to the inaugural edition of Shell's 'Make the Future' festival, featuring Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2017 at which students from across the UAE will participate with their 'Made in the UAE' fuel-efficient cars.

This four-day, free-of-charge public festival will take place at the Changi Exhibition Centre, Singapore, from March 16th to 19th, 2017. It will feature bright energy ideas and innovations that address the global energy challenge: how to generate more energy, while producing less carbon dioxide.

Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2017 will also see the introduction of the inaugural Regional Drivers' Championship, an exciting race format in which the best teams will vie for their place in the Drivers' World Championship in London later in the year. – Emirates News Agency, WAM - http://www.wam.ae/en/news/emirates/1395298907107.html

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