Oxyride Speed Challenge

IBARAKI, JAPAN - AUGUST 04: Takashi Sudo of Osaka Sangyo University holds up the batteries that fueled the world's fastest record in a car powered by Panasonic's 192 Oxyride Dry Cell AA batteries, presented by Oxyride Speed Challenge Team in collaboration with Osaka Sangyo University and Panasonic, at Ibaraki Prefecture Test Driving Course on August 4, 2007 in Ibaraki, Japan. It run at an average speed of 105.95km/h, with the maximum speed of 122.0 km/h and certified as the world's fastest car powered by dry cell batteries by Guinness World Records. (Photo by Junko Kimura/Getty Images)
IBARAKI, JAPAN - AUGUST 04: Takashi Sudo of Osaka Sangyo University holds up the batteries that fueled the world's fastest record in a car powered by Panasonic's 192 Oxyride Dry Cell AA batteries, presented by Oxyride Speed Challenge Team in collaboration with Osaka Sangyo University and Panasonic, at Ibaraki Prefecture Test Driving Course on August 4, 2007 in Ibaraki, Japan. It run at an average speed of 105.95km/h, with the maximum speed of 122.0 km/h and certified as the world's fastest car powered by dry cell batteries by Guinness World Records. (Photo by Junko Kimura/Getty Images)
Oxyride Speed Challenge
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