Learning to Drive
✓Determine the limitations on the cars performance and develop driving skills.
✓Turn in: Driver logs, photos and video of driving practice
Tuning the Car’s Performance
✓Make adjustments to the car chassis, body, and driving style to improve performance.
✓Turn in: Photos and video of alterations made
Maintenance and Making Repairs
✓Gather data to fix or fine tune parts that are likely to break or wear out while driving.
✓Turn in: Photos and video of repair and maintenance
Completing the Video Presentation
✓Prepare the video presentation using previously-shot footage and any additions needed.
✓Turn in: Final version of video presentation (Due end of Week 15)
Writing the Design Report
✓Use the materials from previous weeks to assemble a report on the car’s design.
✓Turn in: Final design report (at H2AC race, end of Week 16)
Final Race Preparations
✓Resolve last-minute issues, double-check design and race rules, make final preparations.
✓Turn in: Car for design judging (at H2AC race, end of Week 16)
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