Bridgestone World Solar Challenge

The Nuon Solar Team from Delft wins the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge for the 7th time, 12 Oct 2017
Oct 12 '17 09:17

The Nuon Solar Team from Delft won the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia for the 7th time. The Delft team's Nuna9 solar car crossed the finish line in Adelaide around 6:45 a.m. on Thursday, Dutch time, De Stentor reports.

This was the 14th edition of the official world championship for solar car racing. 

Stella Vie - a solar powered family car designed and built by students at TU Eindhoven
Jun 22 '17 12:50

Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology unveiled their new solar powered family car on Wednesday. The Stella Vie is the successor of Stella Lux and the Stella and will be entered in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia later this year, the TU Eindhoven solar team announced on the university's website.

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Oct 22 '15 10:25

Wednesday was a big day for Technical University Delft. Not only did the university get a record enrollment of 5 thousand new students and a team of scientists led by professor Ronald Hanson of the university publish a paper challenging Albert Einstein on a quantum theory - the TU Delft Nuon Solar Team also won the Bridgestone World Challenge.

Oct 14 '15 17:10

Students from TU Delft have used a 3D printer to print a spoiler that will help them improve the streamlining capabilities of the solar car they will be entering at this year’s Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia.

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Jul 3 '15 10:51

The Solar Team Eindhoven from the Eindhoven University of Technology on Thursday presented the Stella Lux - a slat-powered family car that generates more power than it uses. The car was presented during a show in the Metaforum building on the TU/e complex in Eindhoven.

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Mar 13 '15 12:01

Solar Team Twente presented the new design for their solar car during the event Bring Design To Life at the DesignLab yesterday afternoon. According to the team, the new, asymmetrical design will help them accomplish their dream of winning the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.

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