Race Car Engineering and Design with Greenspeed Research and Passport to Boise


Event Details

This event finished on 19 August 2014


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Race Car Engineering and Design with Greenspeed Research and The Reuseum

In 2012, Boise’s own Greenspeed Research set the land speed record for a vehicle powered by vegetable oil – that’s right, the same vegetable oil you use to cook pancakes! And they did it at over 200 miles per hour! Join Greenspeed and The Reuseum to see the car and meet the driver that set the record. We’ll do an interactive lesson on vehicle aerodynamics and wind resistance, learn about sustainable fuels and their future applications, and you’ll get an inside look at the next record Greenspeed is going after.

Don’t miss out on this super-fun workshop. Appropriate for ages 7 – 17. Register via Passport to Boise today!