Racing Green Endurance team travels London to Paris on a single charge
Considering that trip is in the neighborhood of 260 miles – if you take a ferry instead of the Chunnel – one might be forgiven for thinking that this adventure would be rather similar to the M25 trek, though perhaps with better food and scenery. In practice however, this less-than-best laid scheme seemed to go astray wherever possible. Just like the real world. Despite language difficulties, misplaced passports, and the realization that certain landmarks – in this case, the Eiffel Tower – aren't as easy to find without a map as one might expect, our intrepid team of electric endurance heroes did finally complete their mission. They even had a 10 percent charge left.
Be sure to check out their blog for an entertaining and thorough recounting of their international escapade. In fact, bookmark it as it's likely to both greatly amuse and inform once they set off on their most excellent roadtrip July 8th. Video of their double M25 attempt awaits you after the break.
[Source: Racing Green Endurance]
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