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Vattenfall Solar Team withdraws from American Solar Challenge due to corona virus

Vattenfall Solar Team withdraws from American Solar Challenge due to corona virus

22-04-2020

‚ÄčThe Vattenfall Solar Team is not participating in the American Solar Challenge this summer. The team wanted to participate in the American race for the first time, but the corona virus has put an end to this dream. In the coming time weeks the team will ...

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Vattenfall Solar Team takes measures against COVID-19

Vattenfall Solar Team takes measures against COVID-19

19-03-2020

The whole world is under the spell of COVID-19, the corona virus. Lately, the Vattenfall Solar Team has also been feeling the impact of the virus. "We are now facing very challenging times," says technical manager Timon Rowntree, "but the mos...

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After the disaster: Vattenfall Solar Team sets off to conquer America

After the disaster: Vattenfall Solar Team sets off to conquer America

12-02-2020

New solar car Nuna Phoenix will be built in record time with the goal to win the American Solar Challenge in July. For the first time the Vattenfall Solar Team is going to America. There, the team hopes to be revenged for the dramatic fire that ended t...

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Cause of fire Vattenfall Solar Team remains unresolved

Cause of fire Vattenfall Solar Team remains unresolved

07-02-2020

It remains a mystery why solar car NunaX burned down, even after extensive research. The solar car was on its way to a new world title last year, but caught fire a few hours before the finish and burned down. It is now clear that the fire started in the bat...

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NunaX up in flames on last race day Vattenfall Solar Team

NunaX up in flames on last race day Vattenfall Solar Team

NunaX - the newest solar car of the Vattenfall Solar Team - was forced to retire from the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. The frontrunner was driving the final leg of the 3021-kilometer race through the outback of Australia when the car un...

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Aftermovie Bridgestone World Solar Challenge 2019

Ready to race: world record attempt

8th of August, 12 hours, 882 km #ASC2020

Vattenfall Solar Team withdraws from American Solar Challenge due to corona virus

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Since 2001 the Vattenfall Solar Team has been participating in various solar races all over the world. The team has participated ten times in the world championships in Australia. Of those ten races, Nuna crossed the finish lines first seven times and second twice. The team has participated three times in South-Africa, and won all three races. This year, Nuna will enter the American Solar Challenge for the first time ever. Take a look at all of our different cars here.

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Vattenfall Solar Team

Seven times world champion