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The Raider Motor Sports (RMS) program at Northridge High School in Middlebury, Indiana, just completed its seventh year as a competitive super-mileage team, building a functional vehicle designed for maximum … Continue Reading Raider Motor Sports Super-Mileage Vehicle Achieves 202 Miles Per Gallon
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