Sunseeker crosses the finish
line in Calgary. NASC photo by Stefano Paltera. Hi-res image.
Sunseeker blazes past gas station
on Trans-Canada Highway. NASC photo by Stefano Paltera. Hi-res image.
Sunseeker arrives Saturday at
Winnipeg checkpoint. NASC photo by Stefano Paltera. Hi-res image.
Sunseeker races through Nebraska
July 20. NASC photo by Stefano Paltera. Hi-res image.
Solar cars poised for
final day of racing (July 26) WMU firmly in sixth place
as cars line up for Wednesday's final 200 miles of North American
Sunseeker among solar
race leaders in Saskatchewan (July 25) WMU remains in
sixth place with four hour lead over seventh-place Stanford.
Solar racers take day-long
break in Winnipeg (July 23) Sunseeker in sixth place
at mandatory stop in Winnipeg, race resumes Sunday morning, concludes
Sunseeker nears Canadian
border in sixth place (July 22) WMU team stops shy of
the Canadian border for a much-needed recharge of Sunseeker's
Sunseeker races through
Dakotas (July 21) Near the halfway point in the 2,500-mile
solar challenge, Sunseeker is in sixth place among 18 solar cars
Weather affects solar
race strategy (July 20) WMU unofficially in seventh place
after three days, teams jockey to keep batteries charged heading
into threatening weather.
Day #2 sees Sunseeker
pull into fifth place (July 19) WMU moves up to fifth
place, only one second behind MIT after completing more than
500 miles of 2,500-mile course.
Sunseeker in sixth place
at end of day one (July 18) WMU solar car completes 211-mile
run in sixth place. Michigan, Minnesota and MIT have three best
Sunseeker qualifies for
solar race (July 16) WMU's solar car among the 20 entries
to successfully complete all inspections and mandatory 140-mile
WMU team set for start
of North American solar race (July 15) Daily updates
on Sunseeker's progress published in WMU News beginning Monday.
Sunseeker ready for North
American Solar Challenge (June 29) WMU solar race team
and car introduced at campus ceremony, ready for 2,500-mile race