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Photo by Stefano Paltera/North American Solar Challenge

The University of Michigan solar car team, which held the lead the preceding day, looks for the sun to charge their drained batteries after heavy rain made them stop on Highway 75 near Burlington, Kansas, on their way to the checkpoint in Topeka, Kan. during the North American Solar Challenge, Tuesday, July 19, 2005.

Photo by Stefano Paltera/North American Solar Challenge

University of Michigan driver Michael Adam shows his identification to Canadian Border Service Officer Lauren Lange, right, at the Emerson West Lynne Border Crossing in Southern Manitoba District in Canada
 

Photo by Stefano Paltera/North American Solar Challenge

University of Michigan driver Max Ross keeps cool as he prepares to leave Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada during the North American Solar Challenge, Sunday, July 24, 2005.

Photo by Stefano Paltera/North American Solar Challenge

The University of Michigan solar car team, which held the lead the preceding day, looks for the sun to charge their drained batteries after heavy rain made them stop on Highway 75 near Burlington, Kansas, on their way to the checkpoint in Topeka, Kan. during the North American Solar Challenge, Tuesday, July 19, 2005. The weather proved to be a factor, as teams were slowed with little or hardly any power for their solar cars.
 

Photo by Stefano Paltera/North American Solar Challenge

Local Mayor Joe Tison flags out leader University of Michigan's solar car at Weatherford College's checkpoint in Weatherford, Texas, during the North American Solar Challenge, Monday July 18, 2005. The 2,500-mile solar-powered car race, the longest in the world, finished in Calgary, Alberta, Canada July 27.

Photo by Stefano Paltera/North American Solar Challenge

University of Michigan driver Joe Belte gets ready to roll out of the checkpoint in Weatherford, Texas, during the North American Solar Challenge, July 18, 2005.
 
Photo by Stefano Paltera/North American Solar Challenge

University of Michigan driver Joe Belte ready to roll out of the checkpoint in Weatherford, Texas, during the North American Solar Challenge, July 18, 2005. The U-M team, competing against 19 other university teams in a solar-powered cross-country race across the U.S. and Canada, made it 422 miles into Kansas by the end of the race day.