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The 2022 Solar Challenge

The date is set for 16 October

And the event will be at Brunswick East Primary (make sure you are on the email list so you get all the extra details in the lead up to the event)



An engineering challenge with real results

The Victorian Model Solar Vehicle Challenge is an engineering competition undertaken by hundreds of students across Victoria, from Year 1 to 12. Students design and construct their own vehicle, be it a car or boat, powered only by the sun! They learn real skills in design, engineering, troubleshooting, sustainability and teamwork. The final vehicles are highly optimised machines with surprising power. The best designs will go on to compete in the Australian International Model Solar Challenge (AIMSC), against the greatest from across Australia and Taiwan. Past competitors have found a passion in design and engineering and have gone on to study in these fields at Deakin, RMIT, Monash and Swinburne Universities.

When you run this at your school you can cover a full array of STEM content: Numeracy, Design, Applied Mathematics, Measurement and Geometry, Number and Algebra, Electric circuits, Forces and motion, Energy and motion, Design and much more.

A model solar race car
A solar meter at a solar car race

Find out more about the competition: results; vehicles; and the people who put the whole show on

A motor and drive wheel from a model solar car

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