• Our colouring in competition has now closed. We are pleased to announce the winning school as Charnwood-Dunlop Primary School and the winning class as Maribyrnong Primary School Class 4EW. Our top 10 entries can be seen below, with the winner to be announced at the finalists day on the 31st of August!

    Prizes

    Every Competing School

    3D printed scale model of the car

    Every school which competes in the competition will receive a 1:20 3D printed scale model of the car!

     

     

    Winning School

    Team visit from the MTAA Super Sol Invictus Team

    The school which submits the most entries will win a team visit from the MTAA Super Sol Invictus team, along with their car the MTAA Super Charge!

     

     

     

     

     

    Winning Class

    Team visit from the MTAA Super Sol Invictus Team

    The class which submits the best entries will win a team visit from the MTAA Super Sol Invictus team, along with the fibreglass mould the new car, the MTAA Super Charge 2.0. The winning class will then get to spend the day drawing their favourite designs onto the mould which will be the school's to keep!

     

     

     

    Finalists

    A day at the MTAA Super Sol Invictus Workshop

    The top 10 entries will be invited along to the MTAA Super Sol Invictus workshop on campus at the ANU, along with the team and their brand new car the MTAA Super Charge 2.0. Finalists will also have the opportunity to build and race their own miniature solar car against the other finalists as well as help the Sol Invictus team work on the new solar car! Finalists will then be invited to sign their name on the inside of the solar car before the winner is announced.

     

     

     

     

    Grand Prize

    Winner

    Design on the Solar Car

    Along with attending the Finalist's Workshop Visit, the winner will have their design painted onto the MTAA Super Charge 2.0 for the 2019 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge! They will also have their name printed on the outside of the car.