Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Day 4 (Oct. 24, 2007) World Solar Car Challange Results

Photo taken by Jong Jimenez from Sunpower in Australia

Sinag has reached Alice Springs earlier than expected and left for Adelaide by 2:46 PM Australian Time today.

According to WSC Day 4 Provisional results, Sinag climbed to 21st placed from 27th place yesterday among 37 racers. It has maintained its 11th place within the challenge class.

Sinag has travelled approximately 500 kms today. The most travelled by our team in a day. From my estimate, Sinag seems to be doing better and is poised to break into the top 10 in the challenge class(barring any technical problems).

Looks like the team has decided to skip staying longer in Alice Springs (as initially planned) and pushed themselves to the finish line in Adelaide. The team has been on the road since Sunday and has camped outdoors since then.

Dennis - DLSU-Manila



Hi Dennis, Greetings from the Hilton Head, South Carolina. Just want you to know and let the others know specially Rene, Jack and Inco and all of our student participants at the Panasonic World Solar Car Challenge that I am very excited about what they have accomplished so far and done for the school and for our country. I have been keeping track of the Solar Car Challenge progress. At first, frankly, I had difficulty understanding the daily reports and news releases by I'm glad you are there keeping track of everything and to continuously give moral support and boosters for our team. Animo La Salle. God Speed. I wish I am there with all of you. See you all in January.
Best Regards, Greg Patron

SINAG@WSC said...

Hi greg,

Nice to hear from you.We are very proud of our team and of DLSU Engineering. Given the right opportunity and resources, we can achieve anything.