Thursday, July 17, 2008

Images from Stage One

Here is a set of images spanning from the start line to the Neosho Stage Stop.

From my viewpoint in Chase, Continuum rolling down the highway towards Neosho.

Continuum pulls into the Neosho stage stop.

Richard flags in Principia as they enter the stage stop behind us.

A nice picture of the University of Kentucky solar car as it arrives in Neosho.

Iowa State University pulls into Neosho and qualifies! Congrats!

After finding a puddle, we set up to charge at night hoping to fill the pack.

Charing at night while two team membres, Dan Eberle, and Garrett, our observer stand near the array.

The sun sets in Neosho, Mo.

The Missouri National Guard at Camp Crowder

The Missouri Army National Guard provides us with Barracks to spend the nights in Neosho at Camp Crowder

Two team members work to help the Minnesota team.

Crowder College offers us cold water, Coke, and Mountain Dew.

Steve moves over to Minnesota after inspecting our battery pack.

The last morning of the stage stop, we get a little extra charge before moving the car to the start line.

Lead and Chase vehicles for each team line up down the road in order ready to leave the Neosho Stage Stop.

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Blogger Maggie said...

I love the pictures!! Very cool. I took a few of my own while down in Texas...


Display Day and Pre-Race

NASC Start Line

Mostly Michigan pictures, but there's one of each car as it gets the green flag. Enjoy!

July 17, 2008 at 8:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

where can I find the time for the "Stage Start" in Sioux Falls?

thanx in advance for prompt reply!!

July 17, 2008 at 8:27 PM  
Blogger Wisniewski said...

WELCOME to those that saw the announcement of this team website during the CTN CitiTV 19 coverage of the Ann Arbor Art Fair.

Note that the 2008 edition of the world's longest solar car race is about to begin stage 3. The race website is but as you can see, this blog is a wonderful way to follow the "rayce".

July 17, 2008 at 9:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yay! I've been waiting for pictures! Thanks for putting these up, and for making captions too! :D

July 17, 2008 at 9:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Michigan only about 20+ minutes ahead. From previous posts here it looked like Michigan was over an hour ahead. Did Michigan receive penalty minutes on the second leg

July 18, 2008 at 7:49 AM  

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