When the car is traveling super fast, the air resistance is going to be much greater, such that it takes more power to increase the speed.
Since the video also gives a reading of the total distance traveled, I will also make a graph.
See if you can create the same (or at least very similar) position vs. time graph for the car based on just the velocity data (and not the acceleration).
If you want to make an approximation, you could probably assume constant velocity for very short time intervals; your answer shouldn't be too far off.
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