MAR 30th 2016

Erin Baker – Record‑breaking in the hydrogen fuel cell powered future of motoring

A couple of weeks ago, I drove a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) round a lap of the M25. For those of you not attuned to the finer points of London's orbital, it's 117 miles and, traffic permitting, takes about two hours. Going clockwise you encounter less traffic, apparently, and of course, one has the delights of its history to keep you going: for example, the longest queue of stationary traffic ever encountered on the M25 was in 1988: it was 22 miles long. Imagine the joy.


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