Wednesday, May 6
Micro-Electric Vehicle Competition
4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Registration begins at 4:00 p.m.
Yazaki North America, Inc.
6801 Haggerty Road, Canton

Registration closes April 9

Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are a central focus of SAE Detroit Section's K-12 programs. This marks the 26th year for this competition which provides an opportunity for students to build a mini-vehicle and compete with other schools for cash prizes.

There are three award categories in the competition: Performance, Design, Overall Winning School, and Rookie. The Performance Competition is a multi-heat, double elimination head-to-head race. The Design Competition is based on a written paper and an oral presentation. The Overall Winning School Competition is based on accumulated total points per school from both the Performance and Design events. Teams must build a small vehicle to be powered by one AA alkaline battery capable of pulling a weighted trailer up a steep incline faster than the other competitors to advance.

Teachers can prepare for this competition as an after-school activity or part of a classroom curriculum.

Overall Winning Schools
First Place - $2,000
Second Place - $1,500
Third Place - $1,000

Performance (Top Three Teams)
First Place - $200
Second Place - $150
Third Place - $100

Design (Top Three Teams)
First Place - $200
Second Place - $150
Third Place - $100

Rookie - $500
For schools who have never participated in the competition and who have the highest number of points in the performance or design category.

Note: The first ten schools registered and in attendance at the competition will receive a $100 travel stipend. Must be present to receive this award.

2020 Invite
2020 Rules
Sponsorship Details
2019 Micro-Electric Vehicle Competition Winners

For more information, email Roxanne Loeffler or call (248) 324-4445 ext. 3.

Hosted by: Yazaki North America, Inc.

Sponsored by: Yazaki North America, Inc. and Dana Incorporated

Students - High School