Aston University students entered their cardboard and plywood hydrogen-powered racecar in the Shell Eco-Design competition and won. Their eco car went up against a host of other student teams also hoping to win the coveted prize for the most sustainably designed vehicle. The winning team focused on a compact urban commuter that can fold flat for shipping, just in case you want to ship your car somewhere and can't find a big enough box.
The team was expected to participate in the Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2013 at the Sepang International Circuit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, but bad weather forced Shell to call off the event.
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