The final day started at 8am with a Shell sponsored group shot of all the vehicles & participants.
Sunday was a long day with having the vehicles out on the downtown Detroit track several times, each time trying to improve on their last run.
Sunday morning started with all the teams gathering together for a large Shell group shot.
The Shell tech team depressurize the air pressure system in preparation of the vehicle taking a run around the course.
GLII gets the green flag to enter the course.
GLII goes by the Start/Finish line.
After completing a successful 7 lap run, the Shell tech team pushes GL2 toward the team.
The Shell tech team inspects Sting while the team prepares for the vehicle to go out on the course.
Sting goes by the Start/Finish line.
Urbie in the staging area, getting ready to get out on the course.
Good to see Urbie get on the track.
Urbie enters the course with downtown Detroit and General Motors world headquarters in the background.
Urbie goes by the Start/Finish line.
The Cedarville team cheers on GL2 & watchs at the last turn of the track.
Sting completes a successful run.
After successful runs by both Sting & GLII, the Shell tech team gathers data from the vehicles.
Continuing the tradition from Houston and taking a group shot after the end of competition.
Soon after the end of competition, the team took the traditional team shot with all 3 vehicles. Everyone packed up and headed back to campus after the awards ceremony. A five hour drive was much better than the last several years having to drive 20+ hours back to Cedarville from Houston.
GLII – 4th Prototype, Gasoline Category
Sting – 5th Prototype, Battery Electric Category
Ernie – did not place