All eyes will be on London, England for the Saskatchewan Polytechnic students who constructed the SaskEco Urban Concept Car as they have earned a spot at the world finals this July.
The trip to London comes after the team was able to secure second place at the Shell Eco Marathon Americans Challenge in California last week.
The car, which is built out of old hockey sticks has a 266 km/L in fuel efficiency.
The prototypes’ operator Mark Armstrong feels that team will be able to do quite well once the race hits this July.
He says the team should be able to fair pretty well given with what the car has to offer.
The top three teams from Europe, Asia, North and South America will all travel to London for the weekend of July 5th through 8th to determine the world’s top eco car.