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July 23, 2006



Wow, think what it might have done if it didn't have the aerodynamics of a brick!


Kind of a random question, I was wondering if you knew how big of a solar cell would be required to provide 9 volts? If you could let me know, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.


how much money do you payd for making that?


I guess the aerodynamics of a brick work well enough to allow them to win for 7 YEARS IN A ROW.....

James Burns

If you want to read a great account of the Dell-Winston School Solar Car Challenge for the 2003 race, get the book Hulagu's Web - The Presidential Pursuit of Senator Katherine Laforge. It has the Presidential Candidate accompanying the sundancer team on their race from Austin to Florida. It mentions the problems the team had in the race and how each member was able to keep the team going even when they did have some major problems. They won the race that year also. The book is available on Amazon.com. The candidate considers the members of the team heroes for alternative energy movement. It is a very good read about the race and a good thriller over all.

Solar Power Business

Fantastic car. Thanks for this post. Congrats for the winning school.

Miami Office Space

wow excellent, is awesome to encourage the young boys and girls to create this, is an awesome idea.
most of the companies need to see this and build a car who works with solar energy

Paul  Felix Schott

Solar Energy is now most every ware you look on earth and the 1,500 miles that this Solar Car Sundancer and its young team did in 2003 to win from Texas to Florida. Finish line was in front of the Florida Solar Energy Center and is now in the History Books.
Sundancer and its team was meet by a host of Stars at the Finish Line like William Young Jr. Senior Research Engineer Solar Energy Research and The Patriotic Trumpet Player Monica D. Key Lindbergh and many more. Lets all help out our Young with Albert Einstein's Dream the Fuel of the Future Solar Energy. More should try to be like the Goodwill Ambassadors to solar energy as the Sundancer Team and Mr. William Young. Not to forget The Nobel Prize in Physics 1921 was awarded to Albert Einstein for his Photoelectric Effect.

GOD Bless
The Lord's little Helper
Paul Felix Schott
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the ugliest car I've ever seen in my whole life!

Indian Pharmacy

good the person to this invention really thinks in preserve our planet, excellent

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