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So, here is the breakdown. Umicore, which showed promise to dominate the solar car race here in Australia earlier, has crashed and is out of commission. Everybody from the team is fine, fortunately. Another great team Aurora has problem too and is not in the top five. Tokai is sprinting away from the rest with […]

Reading news[0] of the University of Michigan Solar Car team leaving Darwin behind racing in the World Solar Challenge reminds me of memories forged in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti in Michigan. Friends are sometimes curious why do I give so much attention to solar car races. The reason is simply that I was part of […]

Michigan has the most successful solar car team in North America and the 2008 team has proven that yet again. Image taken from the The University of Michigan Solar Car Team Blog.

A great news from the Michigan team: My apologies for not posting this update sooner, but I’ve been in and out of the car most of the day. I was in the car when the team completed our first 60 laps of qualifying, quicker than any other team–making us the first team to qualify for […]

[1424] Of I hate Stanford

Why? For what they did to the UM Solar Car Team: In the first hour of racing today, Continuum has had an accident. Spencer Bailey was the driver of Continuum, and aside from a small scratch on his leg, he is perfectly fine. After the Stanford Solar Car Team passed our Team, they stopped abruptly, […]

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