I ended up being the team cook. Here is some Hawaiian spicy chicken I whipped up.
Also, we spend a lot of time looking over data. Kel worked at analyzing the powertrain power delivery, power consumption, and temperature stuff which is really crucial for an electric car. I looked at the suspension data that you can see here. The suspension stuff was really critical in the top section of the course.
Wednesday was qualifying day for us and that is run on the relatively flat and smooth lower part of the course. You can see here how electric cars have amazing speed from the launch and how eerily quiet they are. Electric cars have to have sirens to help avoid running over spectators.
Although we had superior handling, there is no doubt that the Plaids are fast in these sorts of conditions.