Prince William takes to the track in pioneering electric race car by Extreme E

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Prince William takes to the track in pioneering electric race car by Extreme E” – below is their description.

    The Duke of Cambridge impressed professional race drivers as he drove a pioneering electric SUV round a track in Scotland with only a few bumps and scrapes.

    William visited the Knockhill Racing Circuit in Fife to view motorsport company Extreme E’s hydrogen fuel cell for charging cars using zero-emission energy.

    The duke spoke to the developers of the technology, asking them not to go into too much detail, joking it would go over his head.

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