FSGP 2017 Event Status Board

Track Lap Statistics (FINAL)

The Formula Sun Grand Prix is a track race which is won by completing the most laps of the track during the three day race period. Note that teams may incur some number of penalty laps, and that these laps will be subtracted from the total number of laps they completed. You will find each team’s lap count below. These counts will be updated as frequently as once each hour.

Lap counts are subject to change pending official review, and subtraction of any penalty laps at the end of each day.

Team # – Name Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Penalty Total Fastest
6 – Berkeley 72 74 82 0 228 4:35.848
828 – App State 70 72 76 0 218 5:14.071
55 – Poly Montreal 67 69 64 2 198 4:32.542
92 – ETS Quebec 73 66 39 4 174 5:21.554
17 – Illinois State 46 62 64 0 172 4:56.347
49 – Georgia Tech 40 25 39 15 89 8:09.185
3 – Kentucky 30 28 22 0 80 4:34.297
42 – Missouri S&T 14 20 54 19 69 5:14.117
8 – UT Austin 9 29 31 9 60 8:16.501
57 – SIUE 19 4 34 0 57 8:18.929
787 – Puerto Rico 20 11 23 19 35 6:21.639
11 – Northwestern 4 6 18 16 12 6:38.000
32 – Principia 0 1 28 18 11 4:43.125
786 – Western Michigan 0 0 1 0 1
5 – Florida 0 0 1 1 0
13 – Michigan State 0 0 0 0 0
96 – Western Ontario 0 2 7 9 0
26 – British Columbia *

* – Team has not passed scrutineering, and may not proceed to the track.

Last Updated: July 8 at 11:12 PM CST

Scruitineering Status and Starting Position

The scruitineering process consists of a full evaluation of each team’s car and drivers. Before a team may proceed to race on the track, they must demonstrate their car meets the regulations by satisfying each scruitineering category. The table below details each team’s current progress through scruitineering, and their starting position (if any) for the race. See the key for details regarding each color’s meaning.

Color Status Description
Pass
Penalty Condition / Track Race Ready
Needs Improvement / Dynamic Scrutineering Ready
Fail / Safety Issue Must Be Addressed
# Station Description
1 Driver – Registration Driver registration and ballast weight measurement
2 Driver – Operation Driver egress timing
3 Lights and Vision Turn signals, brake lights, running lights, and indicator lights
4 Body and Sizing Vehicle size measurements and driver egress testing
5 Electrical Verification of vehicle electronics and batteries
6 Battery Protection System Testing to verify proper functionality of active protection systems
7 Mechanical Check out of structural and mechanical vehicle components
8 Dynamics Series of driving tests to verify vehicle stability and braking capability
9 Array Solar array testing to verify power output
10 Safety Equipment evaluation

# – Team Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Starting
3 – Kentucky 5
5 – Florida Late
6 – Berkeley 4
8 – UT Austin 12
11 – Northwestern 7
13 – Michigan State Late
17 – Illinois State 6
26 – British Columbia
32 – Principia Late
42 – Missouri S&T 8
49 – Georgia Tech 10
55 – Poly Montreal 2
57 – SIUE 9
92 – ETS Quebec 3
96 – Western Ontario Late
786 – Western Michigan Late
787 – Puerto Rico 11
828 – App State 1

Last Updated: July 8 at 11:11 PM CST