Important Information for teams
Celebrating its 16th edition in 2021, the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge stage is set for another year of technical innovation and human endeavour.
This page contains important information for teams intending to participate in the 2021 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, so please read carefully. Should your team decide to accept the challenge, we look forward to welcoming you to our event and to Australia!
We at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge acknowledge the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting global uncertainties. Planning for our 2021 event continues and we’re now welcoming team applications and volunteer registrations. The safety of our participants, volunteers, supporters and officials remains paramount and we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation. We will continue to keep the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge community updated.
The 2021 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge Event Regulations are available here.
Additional Regulation documentation:
- Stability Considerations (An informal discussion paper by Prof John Storey)
- Manikin (PVC Pat) Drawing
Team Manager's Guide
The Team Manager's Guide has been prepared to assist teams and their members with the essential preparations required to take on both the technical and logistical challenges that make up this 3,000km adventure. It has been prepared in good faith and from information gathered from various sources. Each team's circumstances are different, so please treat this as a guide only and make the normal enquiries required before committing to critical or contractual obligations.
The 2021 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge Team Manager's Guide can be downloaded here.
A copy of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge Entry Terms and Conditions can be found here.
Applications for Entry
Applications for Entry are now open, and can be found here.