The American Solar Challenge
The American Solar Challenge follows a different route each race. In 2012, the race started in Rochester, New York, with teams crossing the finish line just in St. Paul, Minnesota. Teams have six days to drive over 1,800 miles of America’s highways.
The World Solar Challenge
In the World Solar Challenge, teams race across 1,800 miles of the Stuart Highway through Australia’s remote outback. This biannual race takes place in the rising heat of October, starting in the northern city of Darwin and ending in the southern city of Adelaide.