UC Davis NATCAR

NATCAR

UC Davis NATCAR

This year's NATCAR will be held on Saturday, May 9, 2020 in the ballroom of the UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center (ARC).

Natcar is a student design competition created in 1994 by Prof. Richard Spencer and engineers from National Semiconductor. UC Berkeley has been a long-time partner in the event. There is a final competition in May, generally held at UC Davis, in which many schools compete. Teams design, build and race autonomous vehicles on a track marked by 1″-wide white tape.

Originally, there was a wire carrying a 75 kHz sinusoidal signal (100 mA rms) under the tape and many teams sensed the magnetic field around the wire. Since 2016, we no longer provide the wire under the tape and the sensing must be done optically. The contest is intended for undergraduate students, but teams with graduate students, high-school students or student who have competed in a previous Natcar may attend the competition, although they will compete in a separate division.

Check out the NATCAR YouTube channel.

Sponsors and Contact Information

The UC Davis NATCAR project is supported by Texas Instruments and Advanced Circuits. For information on NATCAR at UC Davis, contact natcar@ucdavis.edu; for information on NATCAR at UC Berkeley, contact ronf@eecs.berkeley.edu.

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Race Information

IMPORTANT NOTE: There have been some rule changes. Please see the revised rules. In particular, cars must automatically stop at the finish line or they incur a 4 second time penalty. In addition, the course will no longer have a current-carrying wire under the white tape, so magnetic sensing is no longer an option. Also, each car must have a manual kill switch that can be used to stop a run-away car.

  • Participation
  • IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO COME to Davis for this race, please RSVP using this registration form  by May 7, 2020, if possible.  (Late entries will be accepted.) Please include a list of teams with the names of all team members and indicate if any competitors are graduate students or returning competitors. Also indicate anyone else who is planning to come and what their affiliation is (e.g., Professor, TA).

    Teams MUST arrive and register by 12:00. Lunch will be available when you arrive (for registered racers and affiliates only). We will then go over the rules with everyone, check over the cars and answer any questions. The race will begin at 1:00 PM and should be done before 3:30 PM.

  • Practice Time
  • This year we will make the competition area open for practice between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm. There will be several small tracks set up so students can tune their sensing systems. For example, teams using optical sensing can tune their system to the lighting and carpet conditions.

    At 12:00, we will provide lunch for the participants and we will set up the competition track. There will be no practice runs on the actual competition track.

  • Practice Runs and Last-Minute Work
  • We will provide two small practice tracks on which you may test your car and make any last-minute adjustments. When the race is under way, the next two teams due up will have priority on these tracks (see the rules).

    The schedule does not allow time for everyone to make significant adjustments to their cars prior to the race beginning, so you must come with your car ready to race. As described in the race rules you are guaranteed 3 minutes on the warmup track, but you cannot count on having more time than that.

Rules

The objective of the competition is to design and construct an autonomous race car that can negotiate a preset course in the shortest time possible. The course is marked by 1-inch-wide white tape on a dark-colored background (carpet).

  • Part A: The Car
  • The car must be electric powered, have four or fewer wheels (nothing else may touch the ground – i.e., no rollers or slides), rubber tires of less than 4.25″ diameter and 2.5″ width, and the wheel base must have: length ≤ 14 inches (axle to axle), width ≤ 14 inches (from outside of wheel or tire to outside of wheel or tire). In addition, the overall car (including any electronics, sensors and body) must have: overall width ≤ 14 inches, overall length ≤ 3 feet. There is no height restriction. We have been using the chassis of a standard off-the-shelf 1/12 or 1/10 scale radio controlled electric car and recommend this as a fine starting point (the off-road vehicles do not work as well on the carpet – so you are better off with street cars).

    Note that the tires must NOT be modified to improve traction (e.g., no studs, nails, sandpaper etc.); these things tear up the course. So, when we say rubber tires, we mean some kind of off-the-shelf rubber (or foam) tire.

    The vehicle (including all electronics, servos and motors) must be powered by a single battery-pack with a rated capacity of 5000 mAh or less. For example, a standard 7.2V 3000 mAh NiMH RC car battery pack may be used. Lithium batteries are allowable, but only if appropriate safety precautions to prevent overcharging and over-discharging are documented and followed. Any car using a LiPo battery must have a low voltage audio alarm to prevent over discharging of the battery.

    Teams must build their own motor control (and step-up or step-down converter circuitry if used) using discrete components and IC’s. In other words, commercially available speed control units and step-up or step-down DC-to-DC converter subassemblies (e.g., “bricks”) are not allowed. All other circuitry can be constructed from whatever components (e.g. resistors, capacitors, transistors, LED’s) or subsystems (e.g. microcontroller boards like the NXP FRDM-KL25Z) are available.

    For safety, each vehicle must have a single off/on switch that can be easily operated while the car is in motion. A good option is to make the flag connect to a switch so that someone can simply swat the flag to turn the car off as it comes by. A remote control may be used to turn the car off and on, but if it is, IT MUST BE GIVEN TO THE RACE ORGANIZERS to operate while your car is on the course. If any remote control is used by anyone other than a race organizer while the car is on the course, the car will be disqualified.

  • Part B: The Racecourse
  • The course will be marked with 1-inch-wide white tape on top of dark colored carpet (it may not be a completely solid color). The tape marks the center of the course (i.e. the car is supposed to be positioned over the tape). In addition, small orange pylons (8*8*3 cm) will be placed at various points along the course no less than 15″ away from the tape and no closer than 15″ to each other. A penalty of two seconds will be added to the lap time for each pylon that is hit by a car. We do not have carpet samples or other information to give you; the best you can do to see the carpet used is look at the video clips from the past year.

    The course may be of any length and configuration but all turns will have a radius greater than or equal to 3 feet. Typical courses in the past have been between 250 and 350 feet in overall length with at least one straight-away of 25 feet or more (see the race results to see the layouts used in previous years).

    The course may cross itself, but the crossing will never occur at an angle less than 60 degrees, although the crossing may occur in the middle of a curve.

    The course may have sections that are parallel to each other, but they will be at least 3 feet apart.

    At least 3 feet into a straight section of the course, the track may make a right-angle jog to the left or right of no more than 6 inches provided that the course then continues straight and parallel to its original direction for at least 3 feet.

    The start/finish line will be marked with two 4-inch-long segments of 1-inch-wide white tape that are parallel to the track with 1-inch spacing, as shown in the figure below. The car must automatically stop within 6 feet of the finish line after finishing the race. A penalty of 4 seconds will be added to the lap time for any car that does not automatically stop within the required region.

  • Part C: Running the Race
  • Depending on the number of schools competing in a given year and the number of teams each school has, we may need to limit the number of teams that can compete from each school; check with the organizers to find out.

    There will be one official race course and two warm-up tracks. The team on the first warm-up track is said to be “in the hole” (i.e., they are 2nd in line for the race course). The team on the second warm-up track is said to be “on deck” (i.e., they are 1st in line for the race course). No matter what happens to preceding teams (e.g., they abort their runs), each team may, if desired, have a total of at least three minutes on the warm-up tracks before being called to race. When a team is called to the race course they must report to the course and start running within one minute. After one minute, the clock will start whether or not the team is ready to run. Each team will be allowed five minutes on the course. This time includes the time used to make any adjustments desired to the car (within the guidelines given below). The team may make as many attempts to run the course as desired within the five minutes, but may not begin a run with less than 30 seconds remaining. The car will be allowed to complete the last run even if takes longer than 30 seconds. The best time will be recorded.

    Adjustments may be made to the cars in-between runs, but the car may not be programmed in any way with specific information about the course. In other words, the idea is that the car runs autonomously; you may adjust maximum or minimum speeds or fix small problems, but you may not enter the configuration of the course into memory. If the car is capable of memorizing the course for itself, you may switch it from a memorization mode to a racing mode in-between runs.

    The car will be placed at the start of the course and turned on. The time will start when the flag on the car interrupts a light beam (the car is given a short running start). The time will stop when the flag interrupts the beam again at the end of the run. A team may pick up their car at any point during the run, but the run is deemed to be aborted the instant the car is touched.

    The car does not need to stay over the tape at all times but will be penalized two seconds for each pylon it hits as noted above in B.1. If the car deviates from the course, the time will still count so long as the route the car takes is not shorter than the planned course. For example, a car can lose the course and come back and find it so long as it does not cut off part of the course in the process.

    A team may abort their five-minute session ONCE so long as they have at least 30 seconds left. If they do, they will be assigned the next available start time on the course (i.e., after all other currently- scheduled competitors are done) and will either keep their remaining time or two minutes, whichever is less. Under no circumstance (e.g., if they are the last group) will they receive less than a five-minute break.

    The initial start times will be determined by the organizers.

    Each team is responsible for providing their own batteries and chargers, but it is not guaranteed that you will have the time to recharge your batteries in between runs, so have them ready!

    All cars must be given to the race organizers at the start of the day. They will be checked for conformity to the rules at that time and any car not in compliance will be ineligible for the competition. It may still be allowed to run, but the time logged will not count in the official race results.

  • Part D: Judging
  • The car with the lowest total time, including penalties, will win.

Results

  • 2019
  • For Videos of each of the cars competing and their fastest times please click HERE. The 2019 NATCAR competition took place on 11 May 2019. The course ran 367 feet long and housed the one divisions: undergrad (10).

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSD = University of California, San Diego
    UCSB = University of California, Santa Barbara
    TVHS = Troy / Valencia HS

    Undergrad Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st UCD – The Fast Red Car 36.35 10.10 Video Jimmy Hoang, Daniel Burr, William Gentry
    2nd UCD – No Compromise 37.21 9.86 Video Mark Posner, Raul Oliva, Yueming Zhuo
    3rd UCB – Berkeley HOH 40.37 9.09 Video Olivia Hsu, Hersh Sanghvi , Harrison Zheng
    4th UCB – argmax.c 41.07 8.94 Video Aakarsh Gupta, Amay Saxena, Nandita Iyer, Ravi Pandya, Eric Contovasilis
    5th UCB – Laymo: UCB T2 44.02 8.34 Video Andrew Xu, Titan Yuan, William Zhao
    6th UCD – Skrubz 45.29 8.10 Video Wenbin Li, Andrea Hsieh, Cody Hou
    7th UCSB – UCSB IEEE 51.69 7.10 Video Byron Aguilar, Nathan Bornfreund, Brandon Dutcher, Steven Landis
    8th UCD – Austin 53.38 6.87 Video Janssen Wongso, Joshua Chan
    9th UCSD – Now this is podracing DNF   Video Xiaochun Lyu, William Hsieh, Sachinda Edirisooriya, Siyuan Zhu, Yuliang Cai
    10th UCD – Turtle Power DNF   Video Matthew Keanu, Veronica Scott, Fengqiao Yang
    11th TVHS – Cod.ED High DNF     Kyle Woo, Aaron Woo, Lucas Jeong
             

     

  • 2018
  • The 2018 NATCAR competition took place on 05 May 2018. The course ran 309.5 feet long and housed the three divisions: undergrad (15), junior (2), and alumni (1).

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis
    UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSD = University of California, San Diego
    CSUF = California State University, Fullerton
    FHS = Fullerton JUSD HS
    FC = Fullerton College
    FE = Fullerton Elementary
    FJR = Fullerton Jr High

    Undergrad Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st UCB: Team 5 31.89 9.71 Video Harrison Hsueh, Tze Yang Ng
    2nd UCD: Full Throttle 32.50 9.52 Video Sumat Purewal, Mark Ruppert, Ahmad Bahram
    3rd UCD: Natcar Nerds 32.80 9.44 Video Garett Carlson, Terry Richards, Philippe Arino
    4th UCD: #FreeJose 34.02 9.10 Video Hannah Craig, My Le, Jose Higareda, Graciela Vargas Roque
    5th UCD: Perry 42.68 7.25 Video Yikealo Abraha, Sonia Krishna, Samantha Shaffer
    6th UCD: Hard Fault 43.66 7.09 Video Andrew Vu, Karina Avalos, John Lam, Thuy Dao
    7th FJR: Cod.ED Flash 44.50 6.96 Video Denny Lee, Kyle Woo, Aaron Woo, Sean Son, Lucy Udhus
    8th UCB: Team 2 45.00 6.88 Video Lewis Liu, Philip Yang
    9th FC: Cod.ED Comet 50.39 6.14 Video Jacob Draper, Hyunseung Shon
    10th UCB: Team 4 56.14 5.51 Video Luis Sanchez
    11th UCB: Team 8 56.68 5.46 Video Loren Jiang
    12th UCSD: Teensy 2.0 180.38 1.72 Video Saikiran Komatineni, Bassel Hatoum

    Junior Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st FHS: Cod.ED Teen-C++ 47.43 6.53 Video Mindy Jun, Victoria Shin, Vincent Kang, Justin Choi
    2st FE: Cod.ED Team Toaster 319.00 0.97 Video Joshua Kim, Cheyenne Yu

    Alumni Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st FC: Cod.ED 3.0 45.68 6.78 Video Ian Mackie, Brandon Kim
  • 2017
  • The 2017 NATCAR competition took place on 13 May 2017. The course ran 349 feet long and housed the four divisions: undergrad (11), primary (1), grad (3), and alumni (2).

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis
    UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSD = University of California, San Diego
    UCSB = University of California, Santa Barbara
    CSUF = California State University, Fullerton
    FSD = Fullerton School District
    FC = Fullerton College

    Undergrad Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st UCD: The Drift King 31.61 11.04 Video Erik Groshev
    2nd UCD: Freewheeler 32.06 10.89 Video Luke Alcantara
    3rd UCD: Dude, where’s my car 38.41 9.09 Video Jason Woodward, Jordan Duval
    4th UCSD: Green Team 41.10 8.49 Video Nicholas Ha, Nathan Godwin, Alexander Yu, Raul Rivas
    5th UCB: Mechatron 43.18 8.08 Video Tomas Vargas, Corten Singer, Anuj Gandhi
    6th UCD: Freewheely 49.53 7.05 Video Shaun Jackson
    7th CSUF: EG 58.19 6.00 Video Sergio Gomez
    8th UCB: El Animal 61.47 5.68 Video Neeli Tummala, Andrew Chen, Juan Rodriguez
    9th UCD: Meteoro 63.59 5.49 Video Riley Mikkelsen, Fernando Valenzuela Acharte , Ricardo Valenzuela Acharte
    10th UCSD: letsgoooo 82.13 4.25 Video Derek Lam, Nathan Danandeh
    11th CSUF: Line Slinger 85.86 4.06 Video Victor Duarte

    Primary Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st FSD Cod.ED DNF   Video Kyle Woo, Tyler Kim, Sean Son, Sean Shin, Denny Lee, Rachel Lee

    Graduate Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st UCB: Bear Area Racing Team 32.77 10.65 Video Christopher Berthelet, Nicholas Crispie
    2nd UCB: Bearly Stable DNF     Tony Abdo, Elton Shon, James Ho
    2nd UCSB IEEE DNF     Caio Motta, Boning Dong

    Alumni Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st CSUF: Tuffy 47.82 7.30 Video Diana Chacon
    2nd FC: Cod.ED 2.0 59.27 5.89 Video Brandon Kim, Ian Mackie, Jennifer Nguyen
  • 2016
  • The 2016 NATCAR competition took place on 15 May 2016. The course ran 392 feet long and the three undergrad, grad, and alumni divisions housed 33, 1, and 9 teams respectively.

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis
    UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSD = University of California, San Diego
    UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles
    CSUF = California State University, Fullerton

    Undergrad Division

     Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
     1st  CSUF: solomente Uno 31.59 12.41 Video Travis Larson
     2nd UCSD: Midnight A-Go-Go 32.96 11.90 Video Wei Tseng
     3rd UCD: BJT 37.16 10.55 Video Robert Bewely, Christopher Johnson, Jordan Trout
     4th CSUF: Lazy Egg 37.58 10.43 Video Diana Chacon, Jennifer Nguyen
     5th UCB: Team 7 44.35 8.84 Video Andrew Chen, Nathan Wong, Richard Liaw
     6th UCD: Omega 44.42 8.82 Video Alex Jacobsen, Igor Sheremet
     7th UCD: Golden Runner 44.70 8.77 Video Siu Tsui, Yuexin Yu, Dinglei Xie
     8th UCD: Drift to Win 50.33 7.79 Video Nick Carley, Harry Liu
     9th UCD: Team Threshold 50.34 7.79 Video Porfirio Cervantes, Jonathan On, Daniel Shing
    10th UCD: Chi Car Mark VI 54.25 7.23 Video Chi Huynh, Carlow Contreras, Marco Dominquez
    11th UCLA: Solder Wicks Us 56.68 6.92 Video Lindsay Light, Kathleen Chan, Qiuyu Zhang
    12th UCD: Trofie Fratelli 56.78 6.90 Video Eliseo Campos, Zacher Tiburzi
    13th UCLA: AAA NATCAR Insurance 58.32 6.72 Video Will Chuang, Andrew Ho
    14th UCLA: Flying Car-Pet 59.30 6.61 Video Matthew Quach, Orion Burl, Leon Ho
    15th Fullerton College: The Hornets 63.57 6.17 Video Ian Mackie , Jennifer Nguyen, Jered Vaichis
    16th UCLA: Jank Wheels 67.03 5.85 Video Greg Balke
    17th UCLA: Team Pusheen 71.70 5.47 Video Ted Akiyama, Cullen Quine
    18th UCLA: XJBD 73.11 5.36 Video Zhitong Qian, Zhitong Qian, Jiaming Zheng
    19th UCLA: The Magic School Bus 357.73 1.10 Video Jeffrey Chen

    Grad Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st UCB: Fast and Curious 32.37 12.11 Video Cheng Hao Yuan, Casey Duckering, and Lee-Huang Chen

    Alumni Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (ft/s) Video Racers
    1st UCD: Some Guy 35.93 10.91 Video Daniel Garcia
    2nd CSUF: velocity 2.0 36.08 10.87 Video Chinkal Panchal, Mayank Mehta
    3rd UCLA: The Last Twerque 42.62 9.20 Video Alex Sin, Gary Zhang
    4th UCLA: Appuru S 45.07 8.70 Video Bryant Cheng
    5th UCLA: Catch22 52.90 7.41 Video Jessica Choi, Gabrielle Anggono
    6th UCLA: Who Is Champ? 55.63 7.05 Video Kyle Klein
    7th UCSD: Crusherton 80.72 4.86 Video Peter Jan, Ihab Salameh
    8th UCLA: Dank Wheels 90.19 4.35 Video Kevin Balke
  • 2015
  • The 2015 NATCAR Competition was held on Saturday, May 23, 2015. The course was measured to be 438 feet long. There were 45 teams overall with 2 of those teams in the Grad division.

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis
    UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSB = University of California, Santa Barbara
    UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles
    CSUF = California State University, Fullerton

    Undergrad Division

    Place Team Adjusted
    Time (s)
    Adjusted Speed
    (“Cones”) (ft/sec)
    Video Racers
    1st UCLA: Twerque 41.23 10.62 Video Gary Zhang, Alex Sin, Frank Chen
    2nd CSUF: Generation Innovation 41.85 10.47 Video Chengyao (Tesla) Qian
    3rd UCB: We Got This 47.35 9.25 Video Kiet Lam, Greg Kahn, Songqi Gao
    4th CSUF: Eye-patched Cyclops 48.03 9.12 Video Victor José Novaes Pires, Maíra Prata Araújo
    5th UCLA: That Team 49.35 8.88 Video Yueyang Mi, Wenhao Yu, Paul Sun, Charles Zhao
    6th UCLA: Team 15 49.52 8.85 Video Kyle Klein
    7th UCB: A Tale of Two Cars 49.56 8.84 Video Douglas Hutchings, Derek Chou, Nikita Kitaev
    8th UCB: The Cone Killers 51.06 8.58 Video Daniel Lee, Ian Krase
    9th CSUF: Chris and Ben 51.63 8.48 Video Christopher Suh, Benjamin Gongalez
    10th UCB: Visioneers 53.56 8.18 Video Chamroeun Sok, Felipe Mendes dos Santos, Lucas Moreira Medino
    11th UCB: Team 5 54.23 8.08 Video Cheryl He, Eric O’Neill
    12th UCB: Team 7 56.36 7.77 Video Byung Song, Quinn Shen, Frank Lu
    13th UCLA: The Gains 57.72 7.59 Video Ryan Peterman
    14th UCD: D-Knight 58.07 7.54 Video Ray Lin, Chenguang Yin, Hengjiu Kang
    15th UCB: WAHAHA 59.56 7.35 Video Bob Wang
    16th UCLA: Puppies 60.84 7.20 Video Ryan Lenart, Tong Mu, Alekhya Datla
    17th UCLA: Pretty Dead GG 62.40 7.02 Video Franklin Zhang, Evan Xue, Samantha Tran
    18th UCSB: UCSB IEEE 71.29 6.14 Video James Cornell, Sammy Guo, David McCarthy, David Bernadett
    19th UCB: Lamborghini Mercy 78.03 5.61 Video Amit Patankar, Arnab Mukhurji, Kevin Lau
    20st UCLA: Brü 78.25 5.60 Video Tien Le, Jia-Tern Ng, Russell DeGuzman
    21nd UCLA: Syntax_Error 82.47 5.31 Video Jiashow Ho, Sener Yalcin, Dichen Yin, Mignon Huang
    22rd UCLA: Dantastic 86.47 5.07 Video Daniel Zhang
    23th UCLA: The 1% 88.46 4.95 Video Caroline Zhu, Jasmine Kim
    24th UCD: Sea Jays 100.97 4.34 Video Victor Muller, John Deane, Laryl Li, Rasheek Noor
    25th UCLA: Team 11 106.22 4.12 Video Yubin Micah Cai, Tianmu Li, Danny Depe, Yi Zheng

    Graduate Division

    Place Team Adjusted
    Time (s)
    Adjusted Speed
    (“Cones”) (ft/sec)
    Video Racers
    1st CSUF Grad: Velocity 63.56 6.89 Video  
  • 2014
  • The 2014 NATCAR Competition was held on Saturday, May 24, 2014. The course was measured to be 319 feet long. There were 27 teams in the Undergrad division and 3 teams in the Grad division.

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis
    UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSB = University of California, Santa Barbara
    UCSD = University of California, San Diego
    UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles
    CSUF = California State University, Fullerton
    CSULB = California State University, Long Beach
    OSU = Oklahoma State University

    Undergrad Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (“Cones”) (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCB: So Good 35.21 9.06 Video Maruchi Kim, Emily Chen, Michael Lin
    2nd UCB: Team 2 35.89 8.89 Video Daniel Kang, Richard Hwang
    3rd UCD: Honey Badger 37.55 8.49 Video Daniel Garcia, Janina Mejia, Anthony Truong, Angel Wong
    4th UCD: Deus Ex Machina 39.10 8.16 Video Hazel Aragon, Joseph Cranmer
    5th UCD: UCDuno 39.25 8.13 Video Mark Allinder, Richard Henderson
    6th UCB: Team Nyan 43.56 7.32 Video Dennis Wai, Max Barreto
    7th UCB: Sonder 44.14 7.23 Video Lionel Honda, Felix Li, Jose Carillo
    8th UCLA: Sassy Chassis 44.81 7.12 Video Julian Brown, Alby Chen
    9th UCLA: Basic 48.43 6.59 Video Justin Pao, Edward Huang Renyong, Minh Nguyen, Victor Wong
    10th UCSD: Da Kill Le Car 54.30 5.88 Video Ferdinand Soedharto, Alexander Chang, James Tang
    11th UCD: The Pwny Xpress 54.65 5.84 Video Vinh Duong, Ryan Kim, Kim-Long Vo
    12th UCD: Occam’s Razor 58.17 5.48 Video Reginald Lai, Andrew Trinh, Thomas Turner
    13th OSU: 1 58.28 5.47 Video Jessie Monterroso, Ethan Abele, Tyler Grooms
    14th UCSB: 3E8 68.84 4.63 Video Kevin Albers, Sammy Guo, James Cornell
    15th UCLA: Gas Pedal 80.09 3.98 Video Gary Zhang, Cheuk Yu, Alex Sin
    16th CSULB: The 49ers 136.87 2.33 Video Mike Chin, James Henderson, Paul Oo, Gabriel Chan, Kristopher Stewart, Jonathan Gong, Chi Mak
    17th UCD: Full Power ineup 137.50 2.32 Video Kyle Buck, Joshua Neel, Michael Varney

    Grad Division

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (“Cones”) (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st CSUF: Very Orange 28.32 11.26 Video Michael Yeh
    2nd CSUF: Team 7 28.97 11.01 Video Ye Lu
    3rd CSUF: Johnnie Walker 30.55 10.44 Video Chung-Wei Yang

    Course Map

    2014 NATCAR Course
  • 2013
  • The 2013 NATCAR Competition was held on Monday, May 20, 2013. The course was measured to be 300 feet long. 20 teams came to the competition.

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis
    UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSD = University of California, San Diego
    UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles
    CSUF = California State University, Fullerton

    Results

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (“Cones”) (ft/sec) Racers
    1st UCB: Murica 30.24 9.92 Eugene Fang, Owen Lu, Steven Rhodes
    2nd UCB: Wizard 31.19 9.62 William Ku, Spencer Ward
    3rd UCLA: DHiZeL 31.91 9.40 Danny Li, Nikhil Dua, Jeffrey Hwang, Yevgeniy Zudanov
    4th CSUF: Something Orange 32.45 9.24 Michael Yeh
    5th UCLA: UpDog 32.87 9.13 Shubham Gandhi, David Garges
    6th UCLA: Team Leslie 34.94 8.59 Leslie Wong
    7th UCLA: Flaming Teensys 37.54 7.99 Jingtao Xia, Oscar Santana
    8th UCLA: Team 10 38.33 7.83 Hammam Alshagra, Glen Gunawan
    9th UCD: Team 3 40.76 7.36 Joseph Ellis, Amanda Bettens, Anmol Kuar, John Guthrie

    Course Map

    2013 NATCAR Course
  • 2012
  • The 2012 NATCAR Competition was held on Friday, May 25, 2012. The course was measured to be 298 feet long. 17 teams came to the competition.

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis
    UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSD = University of California, San Diego
    UCSB = University of California, Santa Barbara

    Results

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (“Cones”) (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCD7 32.663 9.12 Video Enrique Garcia, Wanpeng Liu, Waqas Saeed, Fuwen Xu
    2nd UCD2 34.12 8.73 Video Eric Chen, Sunil Sundaresan
    3rd UCD3 38.45 7.75 Video Ryan Hiser, Joseph Kemp, Eric Smith
    4th UCB5 38.87 7.67 Video Gautam Jain, Rob Garbanati
    5th UCB11 39.35 7.57 Video Bayley Adams, Ibrahim Awwal, Sung Ah Kim
    6th UCSD2 41.80 7.13 Video Paul Yoo, Victor Lee
    7th UCB9 42.53 7.01 Video Stephen Chen
    8th UCB8 43.88 6.79 Video Richard Lin, Devan Lai, Jimmy Wu
    9th UCSD1 43.94 6.76 Video William Breidenthal
    10th UCB1 46.84 6.36 Video Nathan Narevsky
    11th UCD10 48.17 6.19 Video Karthikram Rajadurai, Tristan Woehrle, Diaaeldine Elsadekabouelnaga
    12th UCD11 62.35 4.78 Video Sheehab Khan, Faranak Razavi Rahul Ramakrishnan, Jeevan Maathur
    13th UCSB 66.33 4.49 Video Anna Revolinsky, Michael Spahn, Kevin Albers, Victoria Xu

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    2012 NATCAR Course
  • 2011
  • The 2011 NATCAR Competition was held on Friday, May 20, 2011. The course was measured to be 296 feet long. 18 teams came to the competition.

    Key:
    UCD = University of California, Davis
    UCB = University of California, Berkeley
    UCSD = University of California, San Diego
    SJSU = San Jose State University

    Results

    Place Team Adjusted Time (s) Adjusted Speed (“Cones”) (ft/sec) Racers
    1st UCB1 34.53 8.57 Will Chen, Skot Croshere, Bryan Peng
    2nd UCB9 35.77 8.28 Maxwell Chung, Tianbo Xu, Heimdall Siao
    3rd UCB4 38.58 7.67 James Lee, Andrew Sy, Lifan Zhang
    4th UCB5 40.42 7.32 John Wang, Min Joon Seo, Casidhe Lee
    5th UCSD4 44.22 6.69 Todor Molov
    6th UCSD2 58.32 5.08 William Breidenthal
    7th UCD3 70.23 4.21 Harvey Chan, Gary Button, Daniel Lam
    8th UCD4 72.95 4.06 Tairi Delgado, Danish Faroq, Andrew Atmeh
    9th UCSD1 75.60 3.92 Junsuk Kevin Choi
    10th SJSU1 92.04 3.22 Spencer Wong, Colin Constant, Samantha Chow

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    Note: The course used in the 2011 NATCAR Competition is the same as the course created for the 2005 competition, only the total lenth is 296 feet long.

    2011 NATCAR Course
  • 2010
  • The course was 301.5 feet long (A drawing is shown below this table). The top 9 teams are listed. 13 teams came to the competition from 5 schools: UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Los Angeles; UC Riverside; and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

    Results

    PLACE TEAM TIME (sec) SPEED (ft/sec) MEMBERS
    1st UCB5 32.28 9.34 Stephen Gu, Danica Chang & Fredy Monterroza
    2nd UCB8 32.48 9.28 Vincent Lee & John Ng
    3rd UCB2 35.31 8.54 Ronen Sarig, Jeff Patzer & Quincy Chan
    4th UCB4 38.62 7.81 Stewart he, Matt Hammond & Ryan Luecke
    5th UCB1 38.97 7.74 Han Woong Bae, Greg Leshner & Timothy Liu
    6th UCB3 43.14 6.99 Loring Scotty Hoag, Simran Basi & Tony DeMarco
    7th UCB9 46.23 6.52 Nikita Mikhaylin & Walter Li
    8th UCD1 52.58 5.73 Soham Chowdhury, Elizabeth Mrizek & Chris Cruz
    9th UCD4 57.81 5.22 Wendy Huang, Danny Thach & Gene Woo

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    2010 NATCAR Course
  • 2009
  • The course was measured to be 255.7 feet long (A drawing is shown below this table). The top 14 teams are listed. 27 teams came to the competition from 6 schools: UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles; SJSU = San Jose State Univerity; OSU = Oklahoma State University; and UCSD = University of California, San Diego.

    Results

    PLACE TEAM TIME (sec) SPEED (ft/sec) VIDEO MEMBERS
    1st UCB2 26.32 9.71 Video Hartej Singh Dhami, Farzad Fatollahi-Fard & Amanullah Mohiudin
    2nd UCB1 26.99 9.47 Video Angela Hsueh, Alan Chien-Tung Wu & Ryan Mark Zheng
    3rd OSU2 29.21 8.75 Video Jamie Anderson
    4th UCD5 31.71 8.06 Video Sergey Shtern, Eric Lin & Jeff Maassen
    5th UCB8 32.88 7.78 Video Phillip Wen-Hsien Chang, Andrew K Tamura & Kaveh Minooie
    6th UCB10 33.43 7.65 Video Jennifer Wang, Hon Wai (Cliff) Fung & Trung Vo
    7th UCB3 34.51 7.41 Video Jonathan Chee Keung Se, Derek Tian-Wei Tia & Stephen Dane Armiento
    8th UCB4 35.25 7.25   Michael Chen-Hwa Chu, Oliver Zi-An Lee & Miklos Wang Christine
    9th UCB7 36.92 6.93   Madalyn Sarah Berns, Xiao-Yu Fu & Eric Y Zhou
    10th UCB9 37.79 6.77   Noah Michael Johnson-Walls, Pohan Yang & Jameson J Lee
    11th OSU3 39.82 6.42 Video Charles Enochs
    12th UCB11 40.35 6.34 Video Patrick Justin Au, Kevin Liu & Jeffery Leland Foshag
    13th UCD6 41.41 6.17 Video Andrew Hooper, Brandon Smith & Simon Wong
    14th UCLA1 45.04 5.68 Video William Lu, Jeffery Akamine & Jonathan Chew

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    2009 NATCAR Course
  • 2008
  • The course was measured to be 283.5 feet long (A drawing is shown below this table). The top 14 teams are listed. 28 teams came to the competition from 7 schools: UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles; SJSU = San Jose State Univerity; Stanford; Oklahoma State University; and California State University, Long Beach.

    Results

    PLACE TEAM TIME (sec) SPEED (ft/sec) MEMBERS
    1st UCB2 30.61 9.26 Minh Van Pham Ly, Ashik Manandhar & Trung Tran
    2nd UCB9 33.02 8.58 Michael Greenbaum, Daniel Hui & James McCarthy
    3rd UCB5 33.12 8.56 Tomas Tinoco, Michael Chang & Emen Baghoomian
    4th UCB8 34.25 8.28 Nam Vo
    5th UCB7 34.28 8.27 Richard Lum & Royce Yi
    6th UCB6 35.17 8.06 Ofer Sadgat & Yoav Peeri
    7th UCD2 47.42 5.98 Eric Nilson, Benny Lu & Stewart Sheorer
    8th UCLA2 47.60 5.96 Karen Nguyen, Andrew Chao & Tony Yang
    9th UCD4 48.51 5.84 Norman Ng, Ryan Meisner & Jackson Chen
    10th UCLA3 51.65 5.49 Jeff Akamine & Chi-Him Chan
    11th UCLA4 63.48 4.47 Alexander Honda & William Lu
    12th UCLA1 72.12 3.93 Hiroshi Akiyama, Richard Yu & Jonathan Chew
    13th UCD3 79.98 3.54 Torrance Chow, Albert Ng & Allen Tang
    14th SJSU1 126.35 2.24 Brian He, Hashir Baqai, Jeff Yangsamran & Kenneth Lau

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    2008 NATCAR Course
  • 2007
  • The course was measured to be 315.3 feet long (A drawing is shown below this table). Only the top 10 teams are listed. 12 teams came to the competition from 5 schools: UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; UCSD = University of California, San Diego; UoA = University of Akron; DCH = Del Campo High School.

    Del Campo High School was the first high-school team to ever negotiate the track. Congratulations! See the video.

    Results

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCD3 41.63 7.57 Video Kayvan Abbassian & Bill Wang
    2nd UCB9 46.14 6.83 Video Justin Brinker & Dmytro Ryazanov
    3rd UCB3 51.75 6.09 Video Scott Beamer, Alec Berg & Christopher Downie
    4th UoA1 54.01 5.84   Dan Hawk, Jason Kuzman, Josh Miller & Jeff Rossow
    5th UCD4 54.33 5.80   Dean Truong & Arthur Wu
    6th UCB10 55.57 5.67   Bryan Huang
    7th UCB7 66.38 4.75   James McBryan & Yonathan Randolph
    8th UCD1 78.84 4.00   Eric Law & Dustin Wang
    9th UCB5 89.88 3.51   Michael Ng & Michael Hulten
    10th UCD2 109.5 2.88   Arthur Matsumoto & David Zihe

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    2007 NATCAR Course
  • 2006
  • The course was measured to be 336 feet long (A drawing is shown below this table). Only the top 10 teams are listed. 20 teams came to the competition from 5 schools: UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles; FAU = Florida Atlantic University; UCSD = University of California, San Diego.

    Results

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCB9 34.072 9.86 Video Robert Gregg, John Breneman & Roderick Mann
    2nd UCB7 36.903 9.10 Video Dwayne Jeng, Wayne Hsu & Slava Arebadji
    3rd UCB5 38.218 8.79 Video Rustom Dessai, Jack Tang & Bryan Kim
    4th FAU1 39.836 8.43   Camilo Cruz & Kyle Millay
    5th UCB8 39.989 8.40   Michael Krishnan, Ganesh Paranthaman & Premshanth Theivendran
    6th UCD1 44.161 7.61   Brent Bohnenstiehl & Christian Woodhouse
    7th UCLA1 44.314 7.58   Kris Lin, David Tung & Kevin Leung
    8th UCD5 45.084 7.45   Kenneth Low, Dean Truong & Arthur Wu
    9th UCD4 45.683 7.36   Su Cheng & Phuc Phan
    10th UCB4 47.758 7.04   Albert Chang, Young-Wook Cho & Ramy Ghabrial

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    2006 NATCAR Course
  • 2005
  • The course was measured to be 309 feet long (A drawing is shown below this table). Only the top 11 teams are listed. 27 teams came to the competition from 9 schools: UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; CSUS = California State University, Sacramento; UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles; DVRY = Devry of Calgary; FAU = Florida Atlantic University; SFSU = San Francisco State University; UCSD = University of California, San Diego; SJSU = San Jose State University.

    Results

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCB1 34.62 8.93 Video Bryan Lin, James Liao & Jerry Shen
    2nd UCB4 35.34 8.74 Video Quan Gan, Charles Chiau & Steve Lhi
    3rd UCD5 38.2 8.09 Video Philip Cheung & Kenny To
    4th UCB5 39.2 7.88   Jonathan Liu , Li Li & Dexter Arver
    5th UCB6 41.6 7.43   David Carlton, Ryan Miyakawa & Tuan Ha
    6th UCB2 41.8 7.39   Marco Cartas, Vishnu Venkatesh & Sridhar Balasubramanian
    7th UCD4 42.2 7.33   Andrew Fong & Wilson Liu
    8th UCLA1 43.8 7.05   Kevin Leung, David Tung, Kris Lin & Jennifer Yu
    9th FAU1 44.4 6.97   Jimmy Rojas, Camilo Cruz & Yaw Kumi-Diaka
    10th UCD7 46.2 6.69   Jeff Sheng & Alex Stupakov
    11th CSUS1 47.0 6.57   Danny Vang, Will Frizzell & Charles Descoteaux

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    2005 NATCAR Course
  • 2004
  • The course was measured to be 251’5″ long (A drawing is shown below this table). Only the top 11 teams are listed. 19 teams came to the competition from 5 schools: UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; CSUS = California State University, Sacramento; UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles; DVRY = Devry of Calgary.

    Results

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCB3 25.75 9.76 Video Fred Chang, Donovan Lee & Joshua Schrier
    2nd UCB4 26.60 9.45 Video Abe Bachrach, Tim Chen & Philip Roan
    3rd UCD3 28.36 8.87 Video Brent Smith & Daniel Droubay
    4th UCB5 29.02 8.66   Thomas Kuo & Ted Lee
    5th UCB2 32.24 7.80   Andrew Cheng, Grace Soh & Hai Nguyen
    6th UCB8 36.53 6.88   Jeff Hao & Ryan Scheidt
    7th UCB7 37.13 6.77   Morteza Lahijanian, Kit Yee Ng & Andrew Redfern
    8th UCD9 38.47 6.54   Francisco De Martino & Kin Ming Ng
    9th UCD8 39.29 6.40   Cheng-Lei Lin & Douglas Sieh
    10th UCD5 39.53 6.36   Jonathan Huber & Mo Maggie Zhang
    11th UCLA4 44.84 5.61   Hassan Sharghi, David Tung, Cai Zeng & Krisitie Phan

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    2004 NATCAR Course
  • 2003
  • The course was measured to be 274’5″ long (A drawing is shown below this table). Only the top eleven teams are listed. 17 teams came to the competition from 6 schools: UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; SJSU = San Jose State University; CSUS = California State University, Sacramento; UCLA = University of California, Los Angeles; DVRY = Devry of Calgary. Two of these schools, Devry and UCLA, were competing for the first time – Welcome Aboard!

    Results

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCB2 28.58 9.60 Video Nathaniel Hunsperger, Mohammed Jafari-Nejad, & Artem Tkachenko
    2nd DVRY1 31.20 8.80 Video Omid Athari, Russell McCue, & Curtis Williams
    3rd UCB5 34.81 7.88 Video Thuan Tai Ho, Lloyd Lim, & Joe Ho Tam
    4th UCB1 35.37 7.76   Robert Condy, Tyler Elliott, & Nir Matalon
    5th UCB4 36.00 7.62   Jack Kang & Roger Hong
    6th UCD6 36.95 7.43   Nicolas Curia, Vinh Cun, & Keiju Hasegawa
    7th UCD3 41.18 6.66   Charlton Lau & Mickee Pun
    8th UCD5 42.82 6.41   Eric Rico & Robert Heath
    9th UCD1 52.82 5.20   Hector Gamero & La Rae Calizar
    10th CSUS1 57.14 4.80   Bruce Centurino, Syndi Luong, Elias Carrasco Jr., & Miguel Yanez Jr.
    11th SJSU3 69.56 3.95   Kuo-Fu Tai & Kevin Lam

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    2003 NATCAR Course
  • 2002
  • The course was measured to be 303 long (A drawing is shown below this table). Only the top fifteen teams are listed. Two teams from Oklahoma State University and one additional team each from UCB and UCD also competed. UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; SJSU = San Jose State University.

    Results

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCB3 34.10 8.89 Video Gabriel Nell, Steven VanDeBogart & Jerrold Smith
    2nd UCD1 36.32 8.34 Video Edward Ayrapetian & Jonathan Kaefer
    3rd UCB6 38.49 7.87 Video Jusuk Lee & Christopher Gimenez
    4th UCD2 38.63 7.84   Leila Carbonel & Eric Quiambao
    5th UCB1 39.28 7.71   Sunil Ramesh, Bharathwaj Muthuswamy & Brendan Tran Morris
    6th UCD5 40.67 7.45   Elaine Mi Mi & Min Ng
    7th UCB8 43.34 6.99   Matthew Zierhut, Zack Oberman & Forrest Sedgwick
    8th UCD6 47.00 6.45   Srikanth Nori & Wen Wei
    9th UCB7 51.12 5.93   Johnny Fu
    10th UCB5 52.00 5.83   Michael Fu & Andre Janto
    11th UCD4 53.80 5.63   Kironyo Kirony & Ty Nguyen
    12th UCB2 58.47 5.18   Hugo Roger Shi & Eric J. Park
    13th SJSU1 59.07 5.13   Alex Abigog, Hendra Gunawan & Qi Li
    14th SJSU3 134.59 2.25   Yiu San Fung, Man Hong Liu & Se-Kit Chan
    15th SJSU2 141.30 2.14   Albert Kaw & Lin Yun

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    2002 NATCAR Course
  • 2001
  • The course was measured to be 282 feet 8 inches long (A drawing is shown below this table). Only the top twelve teams are listed. UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; SJSU = San Jose State University; Stan = Stanford University.

    Results

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Racers
    1st UCD6 38.07 7.42 Jason Evans & Joseph Borges
    2nd UCB5 38.17 7.41 Rosemary Huang & Richard Niedzwiecki
    3rd UCD2 38.97 7.25 Violetta Franco & Pedro Santos
    4th UCB6 39.22 7.21 Alex Li & Kai Filion
    5th UCD8 45.37 6.23 Andre Marconett, Christian Talaue & Vincent Chin
    6th UCD5 48.90 5.78 Murat Demirkan, Polymeris Koliagis & Bryce Huber
    7th UCB3 51.78 5.46 Brent McCullough, Mike Lowey & Alessandro Abate
    8th UCD4 55.09 5.13 Yardley Ip & James Dematteis
    9th UCB4 59.57 4.75 Ming Jane Wu & Carl Wang
    10th Stan1 75.33 3.75 Naseem Hakim, Chris Enedah & Dan Blaugrund
    11th UCB1 79.65 3.55 Darren Licaro, Mitch Sanborn & Nathan Ferris
    12th SJSU3 202.02 1.4 Lena Sharma, Ivy Tan & Manouri Nissanka

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    2001 NATCAR Course
  • 2000
  • The course was measured to be 312 feet long (A drawing is shown below this table). Only the top nine teams are listed. UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; SJSU = San Jose State University.

    Results

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Video Racers
    1st UCB4 31.76 9.82 Video Max, Weng, & Ben-Artzi
    2nd UCD3 40.95 7.62 Video Evan Scarisbrick & Adrien Hagen
    3rd UCD4 51.74 6.03 Video Brett Bodine & Steve Maldonado
    4th UCB3 52.45 5.95   Kuzuhara & Olson
    5th SJSU2 56.00 5.57   Kwan, Chi, & Xie
    6th SJSU4 67.44 4.63   Chung & Ho
    7th SJSU1 70.50 4.43   Durrin, Haastrup, Bradbury, & Duell
    8th UCB5 72.58 4.30   Hori
    9th UCD1 78.13 3.99   Fang & Z. Chen

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    2000 NATCAR Course

  • 1999
  • The course was 256 feet long.  Only the top ten places are listed. UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; SJSU = San Jose State University; OSU = Oklahoma State University.

    Place Team Course Time (s) Average Speed (ft/sec) Racers
    1st UCB3 34.50 7.42 Chang & Davis
    2nd UCD2 35.50 7.21 Lam & O’neal
    3rd UCB5 36.30 7.05 Gunawardena & Saisan
    4th UCB1 36.82 6.95 Thai, Kim & Zheng
    5th UCB7 36.87 6.94 McCall, Yamagishi & Sharp
    6th OSU1 39.45 6.47 Metzger
    7th UCD4 39.59 6.47 Toh & Luu
    8th OSU2 41.09 6.23 Wong & Foo
    9th UCD1 47.07 5.44 LaCourse & Hilsop
    10th OSU4 47.43 5.40 White
  • 1998
  • We used two courses in 1998. Course 1 was 176 feet long and course 2 was 123 feet long. UCD = University of California, Davis; UCB = University of California, Berkeley; SJSU = San Jose State University.

    Place Team Course 1 Time (s) Course 2 Time (s) Total Average Speed (ft/sec) Racers
    1st UCD1 23.36 15.34 38.70 7.73 Anthony Thai & Simon Nunoz
    2nd UCB1 30.28 21.04 51.32 5.83 Josh & Shane
    3rd UCD2 34.44 21.00 55.44 5.39 Hung Troung & Leonid Yakovlev
    4th UCB 3 35.25 25.59 60.84 4.91 Darren & Rimas
    5th SJSU 3 35.08 26.53 61.61 4.85 Ly, Chow, & Chan