Minera Los Pelambres-Universidad de La Serena
Daily event results
|Arrival time||Control stop||Kms from Darwin|
|Day 1||Oct 13 13:15:43||Katherine||321|
|Day 2||Oct 14 15:06:40||Tennant Creek||986|
|Day 3||Oct 15 14:17:59||Alice Springs||1493|
|Day 4||Oct 16 10:34:05||Kulgera||1765|
|Day 5||Oct 17 12:58:06||Glendambo||2431|
|Day 6||Oct 18 13:07:11||Adelaide||3020|
|Day 7||Oct 18 13:07:11||Adelaide||3020|
|Day 8||Oct 18 13:07:11||Adelaide||3020|
|Day 9||Oct 18 13:07:11||Adelaide||3020|
How many times has your team participated in the event?
Two times before, in 2013 with Intikallpa 2 (Adventure Class) and 2017 with Intikallpa 4 (Challenger Class).
What is the design philosophy behind your solar car?
The design is based on nature, to be as aerodynamic as possible. We decided to use this kind of shape because, in this competition, every second counts and you will need the most efficient solar powered car.
What is unique about your solar car?
Our entire solar car. Each component was carefully designed and studied by our team in order to maintain harmony between aerodynamics and pilot safety.
Why does your team value participating in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge?
The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge is an instance in which teams from all over the world show all their technological development and, for us, it is to be at the level of this competition.
What is the one thing your team is looking forward to when you visit Australia?
To be the only Chilean and Latin-American solar car team to complete the challenge for the third time!