FSGP Day 1 Recap: Start of Scrutineering

We have made it to COTA (Circuit of the Americas) and set up our base camp for the week!

The first three days of FSGP are reserved for scrutineering, which is where officials come and survey the car’s electrical, solar, composite, safety, and other requirements. This also involves dynamic scrutineering, in which our drivers must take Tachyon through certain obstacles and complete tasks.

Today, we continue working on the car and get it scrutineering ready!

CalSol at the kickoff meeting!

We have each other’s backs 🙂

Finishing up soldering a section of the Solar Array

Continuing to weatherproof

Working on our steering and brakes

Dash panel in progress

Seatbelted in and ready to go!

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