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Retired Ford employee Rick Byrnes joined the 200 mph club at Bonneville for the third time on Wednesday as he drove the Ford Hydrogen Fusion 999 to a benchmark of 207.297 mph. This marks the first time that a production bodied (sort of) fuel cell-powered vehicle has exceeded 200 mph. After more than a year of development, construction and testing and three days of running on the desert salt, the team finally met its target. Check out AutoblogGreen for more on the technology that made this water vapor emitting car crack the double century mark.