Only one car made it the entire 230 miles, and we were behind the wheel.
Talk about irony. I'm driving one of the world's most environmentally responsible cars into Las Vegas, the world capital of excess.
My ride is the HydroGen1, General Motors' zero-emission fuel-cell-powered development vehicle, and I'm taking it over for the last leg of a 230-mile endurance run dubbed Challenge Bibendum by organizer Michelin. Participating are a host of alternative-fuel vehicles, including nine fuel cell cars.