2016 Challenge Tuesday, April 19th.
11th Annual Missouri SuperMileage Challenge
Join us for this year's 11th Annual Missouri SuperMileage Challenge. This
is a growing event with schools all over Missouri participating this
year. Students compete in designing and building a safe vehicle that can
achieve the highest fuel mileage possible.
The Challenge is open to all
Missouri Schools and all disciplines including Math, Science, Engineering and Technology
ATTENTION: Join the Missouri
Supermileage Challenge Listserv to receive important information about rules,
schedules, dates, workshops etc. JOIN THE MSMC LISTSERV Contact the director. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @MoSupermileage
10th Annual Missouri SuperMileage Challenge Another Success.
This year's 10th Annual Missouri SuperMileage Challenge again featured both e-10 and Bio-Diesel cars along with an interesting experimental car that dorned a turbo charged Bio-Diesel engine.
Top honors for the e-10 class go to Marshall High School with average fuel consumption of 191.215 mpg. Followed by Odessa's #12 car at 157.908 and the rookies from Ranken measuring 148.325 mpg.
John Burroughs' took the Bio-Diesel class with 149.120 mpg. They also took home the prestigious "Engineering Award".
The School of the Osage change things up presenting a "turbo charged" bio-diesel that managed 93.729 mpg for the experimental class. Osage was also presented "Best in Show" as voted by all the participating teams.
See the 2009 photos and video provided
by Dick Kahoe of UCM. They are wonderful!
7th Annual MSMC promotional video by Dick Kahoe of UCM.
The Missouri Supermileage Challenge is a product of the Missouri Supermileage Association (MSMA). MSMA is a 501c3 organization.