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The performance of the Forze VIII is so good, that the Delft student team behind this hydrogen-powered racing car have set their sights on a ninth version of their racing car. The Forze Hydrogen Electric Racing student team has been working on this for over 12 years and has built eight cars during that time. The team’s mission is to promote hydrogen technology. “We’re building an inspiring model, a racing car, and using it to showcase the potential of hydrogen technology,” says team captain Zhi Wei Cai. ” Over the past two years, that model has been the Forze VIII, and we have gotten the most out of it for now. Designing, building and testing the new hydrogen racer, the Forze IX, is the next challenge for our team.”

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