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Buckeye Bullet

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Ohio State's Buckeye Bullet Sets New National Speed Record Student-designed electric car travels 314.958 mph to capture title

COLUMBUS - Ohio State University's Buckeye Bullet electric car today (October 15th, 2004) broke the record for the fastest speed by an electric vehicle, with a speed of 314.958 miles per hour at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. The former national record was 257 mph, set by this same car last year. Last week it set a world land speed record of of 271.737 mph.