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The 24-hour hydrogen rally race commences in Stuttgart ahead of f-cell 2021
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The 24-hour hydrogen rally race commences in Stuttgart ahead of f-cell 2021

H2 View was on the ground in Stuttgart, Germany today (Sept 13), as the hydrogen-powered 24-hour rally commenced outside the Mercedes-Benz Arena, as part of f-cell Stuttgart.

Under the immense sun, team members prepared for a 24-hour rally challenge in which the participants will gain points for the kilometers driven, visiting and using hydrogen refuelling stations, and crossing state and national borders.

To increase the weight of competition for the rally, teams must return to Stuttgart between 15:45pm and 16:00pm on Sept 14 or otherwise face a 100-point penalty for each minute the teams are over.

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