Warr Hyperloop wins race with record speed of 290 mph

WARR Hyperloop, students from the Technical University of Munich, are the overall winner of the 2018 Hyperloop Pod Competition. Team WARR’s hyperloop pod hit top speeds of 290 mph which surpassed the 2017 Virgin Hyperloop One’s pod record of 240 mph.

4 thoughts on “Warr Hyperloop wins race with record speed of 290 mph”

  1. I am not sure what is being learned or gained from this? Wheeled land speed in excess mentioned in the article was achieved in the late 1930s. The fact that this was done in a tube is a simple novelty. Was there even a doubt that cars could go fast in a tunnel? Truthfully I don’t see how this helps develop hyperloop technology. None of the proposed hyperloop technologies where involved in the test. Other than batteries.

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  2. I am not sure what is being learned or gained from this? Wheeled land speed in excess mentioned in the article was achieved in the late 1930s.The fact that this was done in a tube is a simple novelty. Was there even a doubt that cars could go fast in a tunnel? Truthfully I don’t see how this helps develop hyperloop technology. None of the proposed hyperloop technologies where involved in the test. Other than batteries.

    Reply
  3. I am not sure what is being learned or gained from this? Wheeled land speed in excess mentioned in the article was achieved in the late 1930s.

    The fact that this was done in a tube is a simple novelty. Was there even a doubt that cars could go fast in a tunnel?

    Truthfully I don’t see how this helps develop hyperloop technology. None of the proposed hyperloop technologies where involved in the test. Other than batteries.

    Reply

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