Last updated 2005.04.12
You may also wish to consult the York Technical College EV Records Page.
1899 - 66 mph - Jenatzy - La Jamais Contente
1901 - 104 mph - Baker - Torpedo
1968 - 138 mph - Autolite
1972 - 152 mph - Eagle-Pitcher
1974 - 175 mph - Roger Hedlund - Battery Box
1994 - 183 mph - GM - modified Impact
1999 - 221 mph - Rannberg Team Racing - Lighting Rod
1999 - 225 mph - Dempsey's World Record Associates - White Lightning
2000 - 8.801 seconds - Dennis Berube - Current Eliminator IV
Current record holders in all classes for 1/4 mile and 1/8 mile drag racing can be found at the National Electric Drag Racing Association (NEDRA) website. (Click on the "Record Holders" tab.)
1900 - 180 miles - B.G.S. (France) - lead-acid batteries
1974 - 308 miles - Nissan EV-4H - lead-acid batteries
1992 - 340 miles - Horlacher Sport - sodium-sulphur batteries
1992 - 450 miles - BAT Geo Metro conversion - proprietary batteries
October 14, 1995 - 70.597 mph Cloud
David Mischke drove a hydroplane designed, built and owned by "Cloud Electric Racing" at the Kilometer run on Devil's lake, Lincoln City, Oregon
1971 - 8 mph - Lunar Rover
1971 - 57 miles - Lunar Rover
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