High school students designed and built solar-powered cars for 1,400 mile race to California

High school students have spent months building a solar power vehicle from the ground up to compete in the annual Solar Car Challenge.

High school students have spent months preparing, and now it’s time for them to take their solar car creations on a journey across the country.

The annual Solar Car Challenge was established by the President and Race Director Dr. Lehman Marks, in 1993 to motive STEM students while increasing awareness for alternative energy sources.

All cars are going through “scrutineering” at the Texas Motor Speedway this weekend. This process is for the judges evaluate the vehicles to ensure they are safe.

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