iESC Race Report #2

The iLumen European Solar Challenge (iESC) in Belgium has just finished, under extremely wet conditions. Lap counts are shown below. Twente clocked up about 85% of the laps they did when they won in 2016. I will post about official results when they are released. However, Twente are clearly Challenger champions, while Lodz Solar Team has won the Cruiser class on points.


7 thoughts on “iESC Race Report #2

  1. Tony
    First, thanks once again for your coverage. If it were left to the organisers of solar challenges around the world to cover their own events then unfortunately we would have no idea what was happening most of the time.
    I can’t be bothered to elaborate, it’s been said too many times before, but yet again we have a fantastic effort, by both the teams and the event staff, besmirched by a ridiculous scoring system. The only difference this time is that it affected both classes and not just the Cruisers.
    Thanks again

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