Solar Powered Car travels through FSJ

first_imgThe World Record is 15,500km and Marcelo hopes to reach the world record after driving to Vancouver, Calgary and then Edmonton. He depends heavily on volunteers and sponsors. For more on being a sponsor or volunteer visit his site You can also listen to the entire interview Adam Reaburn did with Marcelo de Luz during his visit to Fort St. John [asset|aid=324|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=5c9e36138a44a8ee3f1baaabf81969fb-Solar Car Interview_1_Pub.mp3] Photo: The solar powered vehicle re-charges after driving from Wonowon Friday – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.caMarcelo da Luz is on a journey to set a world record, a record powered by the sun. – Advertisement -Marcelo designed and built a solar powered vehicle that he has driven from Buffalo New York to Inuvik. He’s currently on his way back from Inuvik and only 2,500km away from setting the world record. Marcelo says the reason he’s doing this is to show just what solar power can do. [asset|aid=322|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=5c9e36138a44a8ee3f1baaabf81969fb-Marcelo-1_1_Pub.mp3] Along the journey he’s had a lot of strange looks as the vehicle looks like a UFO. [asset|aid=323|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=5c9e36138a44a8ee3f1baaabf81969fb-Marcelo-2_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisementlast_img read more

Neymar slammed for ‘pathetic’ antics during Brazil’s clash with Mexico

first_imgNeymar when he’s in “rolling around in pain” but magically recovers when the referee gives him a free kick…— Zlatan Facts (@ZIatanFacts) July 2, 2018 *mexicans*neymar is such a bad actoralso mexicans:— gustavo (@gustavonever) July 2, 2018 Neymar is pathetic.— Matthew Lewis (@Mattdavelewis) July 2, 2018 Absolutely sick to death of Neymar he’s a very capable player in the prime of his career and he’s lucky enough to play in a world cup yet he chooses time and time again to spend the majority of the time rolling around.— Football Stands (@TheFootyStands) July 2, 2018 Angry Mexico fans give their impressions of Neymar 😂😂#WorldCup | #TSWorldCup— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) July 2, 2018 Neymar hits the deck during Brazil’s victory over Mexico FFS @neymarjr man. STOP IT. We are fed up of it. #BrazilvsMexico— Alan Shearer (@alanshearer) July 2, 2018 There are few players in the world who divide opinion quite like Neymar.The Paris Saint-Germain star is technically blessed beyond belief and has developed into a talisman for his country. But for anyone not supporting the Selecao, watching the forward can be a somewhat tedious task.Having already incurred the wrath of fans for crying after the Costa Rica game, the 26-year-old has once again made a name for himself for all the wrong reasons.In the second half, Mexico defender Miguel Layun appeared to stand on Neymar’s leg – leaving him flopping and writhing around in pain.The theatrics annoyed supporters considering how well he had played until that point.After scoring the opening goal of the last-16 game, the former Barcelona man turned provider for Liverpool star Roberto Firmino as they advanced to the quarter-finals courtesy of the 2-0 win.But it was his supposed ‘play-acting’ which really agitated fans, as you can see from the Tweets below. 1 If I had a dollar every time neymar flopped— She Wants The Chorizo 🍺 (@ShlWantsTheC) July 2, 2018last_img read more