I didn't see the punctuation....
I read that as 'Solarcars meet road trains'
and immediately imagined the following:
faint "aaiieeee!" CRUNCH-KERTHUMP-KERTHUMP-kerthump-kerthump-kpt-kpt
yeah, mayte, mynes the drizabone
After yesterday's excitement over bush fires at the World Solar Challenge, the race kicked off again at 8am, with 24 teams still competing entirely under their own steam. The rest, including plucky UK contender Durham, surely the greenest team in the race, with just seven members, have had to put their cars on trailers at …
Allow me to point out the principle of possession in English.
When a house belongs to you, it is referred to as "YOUR house".
See how there is a letter 'R' on the end of the word "you"? That indicates that the house belongs to you.
If I was to say "you house" then I would be calling you a house, saying that you are in fact a house - which is obviously not correct.
We mentioned CUER in one of our introductory stories. And Lester spoke to a Cambridge team member briefly on video. But unlike Durham, there really wasn't anyone around to speak to on the two pre-race trial days that we attended. Our intention is to contrast the big teams, with their experience and budgets, with smaller, newer teams who are not in it to win it. DUSC fits this profile perfectly for us.
P.S. We like Cambridge too.
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