Wayne High Power Drive team hosts state event
The 2019 Electric Vehicle Energy Research of Nebraska (EVERON) Power Drive State Championship was held May 4 at the First National Bank Card Center in Wayne.
Cars from schools throughout the area competed in the .3 mile oval track.
The Wayne Blue Devils received eight awards:
Car S22 (new this year):
Second place in documentation;
First place in Design;
First place in Braking - driven by Meghan Spahr;
First place in Maneuverability - driven by Emily Eilers;
Second Place in Endurance - 131 laps (90 minute endurance race) - driven by Emily Eilers and Meghan Spahr.
Second Place Overall - State Champion Runner Up.
First Place Endurance / Exhibition Class State Champion (eighth championship for 39 car) - 150 laps, setting a new track record. (90 minute endurance race) - driven by Sam Perry and Nathan Kufner ;
Highest Mileage Award (Highest mileage total from all 2019 events combined, all classes, all cars).
Full Results from the state championship event can be found at: https://sites.google.com/site/everonpowerdrive/home/results.