World Solar Challenge: Coming together at Hidden Valley


Cars 15 and 9 testing on the track at Hidden Valley Raceway (photo: Team Solaris)

Things are moving quickly in the lead-up to the World Solar Challenge, so here (updating MostDece’s last post) is the current team status as I understand it to be, not including teams that have withdrawn from the race (PI #6 and KL Uni #37). The icon marks teams that have at least partially arrived in Australia (all but 2 teams). Most of these are now based at Hidden Valley Raceway. Click on the social media icons for more information.

Cruiser class

Challenger class

Adventure class

The Singaporeans working on their car and picking up the rest of their team

Update: edited on 12/10 to reflect recent arrivals at Hidden Valley.


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2 thoughts on “World Solar Challenge: Coming together at Hidden Valley

  1. Don’t the other Turkish teams (Anadolu and DEU Solaris) have information on the Istanbul team?
    I guess people at Hidden Valley could ask them.

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