P10 Anthelion

Introduction

"North American Solar Challenge 2008 was a fantastic experience, and the whole team deserves commendation for their hard work at the qualifying track and on the race itself. We experienced many problems along the way, but in the end everyone pulled together and showed what the team is really made of. I am looking forward to seeing the team perform again in NASC 2010 - only perhaps next time I'd hope for fewer problems!" - 2008 SunDial - Mike Steffen

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Vehicle Specifications

  • Mechanical
  • Weight: 480lbs
  • Chassis: 6061-T6 Aluminum space frame
  • Electrical
  • Batteries: 5 kW Samsung lithium-ion
  • Solar Array: 510 SunPower A-300 Monocrystalline silicone, 20.5% efficiency, 1450 Watts peak
  • Motor: Motor-NGM in-hub DC brushless - 18hp

Where's it at now?

Anthelion was donated to the Kansas City Science Center at Union Station in 2012. Want to see Anthelion in person and learn more about the Kansas City Science Center? Check out their website!

Races

FSGP/ASC 2010 - FSGP 2011

2011 Formula Sun Grand Prix: 4th place
2010 American Solar Challenge: 10th place
2010 Formula Sun Grand Prix: 11th place

The 2011 Formula Sun Grand Prix was held at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.

The 2010 American Solar Challenge started in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and ended in Naperville, Illinois.

Day 1: Sun, June 20: Start in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; must reach Neosho, Missouri checkpoint.
Day 2: Mon, June 21: Finish in Topeka, Kansas.
Day 3: Tue, June 22: Start in Topeka, KS; must reach Jefferson City, MO checkpoint.
Day 4: Wed, June 23: Finish in Rolla, MO.
Day 5: Thu, June 24: Start in Rolla, MO; must reach Alton, Illinois checkpoint.
Day 6: Fri, June 25: Finish in Normal, IL.
Day 7: Sat, June 26: Start in Normal, IL; finish in Naperville, IL

The 2010 Formula Sun Grand Prix was held at the Motorsport Ranch in Cresson, Texas.