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Solar Car Challenge

*One submission per team per year.*
Owning/Managing Organization: Solar Car Challenge 
Program Description: 
The Solar Car Challenge was established in 1993 to help motivate students in science and engineering, and to increase alternative energy awareness. The Challenge teaches high school students around the world how to build roadworthy solar cars. 
Outcomes of Program: 
The Solar Car Challenge is designed to motivate students in science, engineering, and alternative energy. Students learn how to design, engineer, build, and race roadworthy solar cars. Workshops, curriculum materials, and on-site visits help support the teams. The end product of each education cycle is the Solar Car Challenge: a closed-track event at the world famous Texas Motor Speedway, or a cross country event designed to give students an opportunity to show the country the product of their efforts.
Time Details: 

November - April

Cost Details: 

Typical budget is between $500-1,000.

Prize Details: 

State and National Recognition

States Available: 
Submission Details: 

One submission per team per year.

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