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Vroom! Vroom! Time For The Chattanooga Green Prix

A girl in an electric race car.

Start your engines for this year’s Chattanooga Green Prix.

The electric vehicle race for students in more than 40 schools in Hamilton County - from elementary to middle to high school - is on Friday and Saturday at the Riverfront, free and open to the public.

Madison Rollings is with green|spaces, the sustainability nonprofit that presents the Green Prix.

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