DETROIT, Mich. (WXYZ) - The University of Michigan has added another win to its list of achievements and victories.
The university's solar car team took home the school's fourth consecutive title, winning the 2012 American Solar Challenge.
The biennial contest began on July 14 in Rochester, New York and ended in St. Paul, Minnesota on July 21.
U of M's solar powered car, "Quantum", crossed the finish line first in the competition between 18 American schools.
Solar-powered vehicles traveled a total of 1,650 miles in the competition.
The Wolverine team had the best time, clocking just under 45 hours on the road.
"Quantum" finished third last fall in the World Solar Challenge which took place in Australia.
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