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Formula Hybrid 2016

Morning of Day 3

Coming into day three — cloudy and cool but no rain at the moment — Presentation Event scores are final with Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE Motorsports) leading the hybrid category, and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT Hot Wheelz) the top score for electric.

MSOE Motorsports

MSOE Motorsports

RIT Hot Wheelz

RIT Hot Wheelz

Today features Technical Inspections, Acceleration and Autocross Events, and Design Event Finals. Design Event finalists for hybrid are RV College of Engineering (Ashwa Racing) and University of Victoria (UVic Hybrid) — Uvic also the first car on the track today for Acceleration! — and design finalists for electric are Olin College of Engineering (REVO Electric Racing) and University of Waterloo (Waterloo Hybrid-Electric).

Ashwa Racing

Ashwa Racing

REVO Electric Racing

REVO Electric Racing

Final Results


  1. University of Idaho (261.70)
  2. Lawrence Technological University (253.63)
  3. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (251.35)


  1. Dartmouth (513.88)
  2. University of Vermont (451.34)
  3. Carnegie Mellon University (288.72)
University of Idaho

Congratulations University of Idaho!

Endurance Event

In a nutshell, 6 teams got their cars ready and running for the Endurance Event with U. Michigan completing the highest number of laps (22). The teams were:

  • U. Michigan
  • Yale
  • Dartmouth
  • Lawrence Tech
  • U. Waterloo
  • U. Idaho
Bulldogs Racing

Yale debriefs after the Endurance Event

Update: Day 4

The autocross event closed, but not before Lawrence Tech got their car out on the track:
Lawrence Tech autocross

Tune in between 12–3pm for updates on the Endurance Event which has doubled in length for this year’s competition. Looks like it may warm up a bit by then!

Meanwhile, check out the news coverage from WMUR-TV that ran last night with this great quote from Adam Tallman of Lawrence Tech:

“I’m a fifth year senior and I’ve been working in the field for 3 years and I’ve learned more on this car than those 2 combined. It’s a wonderful, wonderful experience.”