"We want the kids to be fans of Formula E -- when they turn 18 and buy a car, it will be electric," he said.
Graeme Davison, Qualcomm's vice president of technologies and someone who has been working closely with Formula E, mentioned air pollution as the one of the factors he hopes electric vehicles will solve. Citing research done by the World Health Organization.
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