Is there really a race car that’s powered by waste from chocolate factories?



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    Not only does the British-engineered car run at up to 150 miles per hour on a fuel derived from chocolate, but much of the body is made from plant material–from a carrot fiber steering wheel to potato starch body panels. More specifically, it runs on a combination of vegetable oil and the organic waste that results from manufacturing chocolate: a biofuel that recycles. The car lives up to every Formula 3 racing standard except one. Unfortunately, Formula 3 racing does not currently allow the use of biofuels. Maybe it’s time for a rule changs.

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