July 11th, 2008 by Hafiz Noor Shams
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 NASC! It was a hot and grueling 60 laps during the morning, and I was in the car for over 3.5 hours to prepare for and complete these laps. We were the only team that did not have to exit the track between 9:00 AM and 12:30 AM–a testament to Continuum’s reliability and our team’s strength. [Qualifying Update. The University of Michigan Solar Car Team Blog. July 10 2008]
Zippity doo da, zippity a…!
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