24.Feb.2020

Racing Towards a Sustainable Future - The Horizon Grand Prix Competition Shines a Light on Renewable Energy Sources

As the world continues to grapple with the devastating effects of climate change, the importance of renewable energy sources has become more apparent than ever. In an effort to educate the next generation on the potential of renewable energy, CerebroX recently hosted the first-ever Horizon Grand Prix competition in the UAE. The competition was specifically designed to teach students about these sources of energy and how they can be utilized to power our future. Let's take a closer look at this exciting event and the impact it has had on the young minds of the region.

The Exciting Endurance Circuit of the Horizon Grand Prix Competitio

The Horizon Grand Prix Competition is an exciting endurance circuit that involves building and racing hydro-powered cars! The race lasts 4 hours, and the teams have to tune and tweak their cars to last the longest time possible on a single charge of their hydro battery. It’s an excellent way for students to learn about renewable energy sources and why they’re so important for the future. Plus, it's a ton of fun to watch the cars race around the track at top speed!

The Horizon Grand Prix Competition Draws Crowds from All Over the Region

What made this competition even more exciting was how close the competition was between the teams. With each team bringing their A-game, it was a thrilling and intense race to the finish line. The energy in the crowd was electric as everyone cheered on their favorite teams, and the excitement was palpable.

An All-Girls Team Takes the Crown at the Horizon Grand Prix Competition

The Horizon Grand Prix competition was not only a platform for students to showcase their skills and knowledge in renewable energy, but it was also a celebration of diversity and inclusivity. The competition attracted teams from all over the region, with students from different backgrounds, cultures, and genders.

However, one team stood out from the rest, and it was the all-girls team that emerged as the winners of the competition - a world record. This was a remarkable achievement as it broke the world record and demonstrated the potential that lies within young women in the region.

The win was not just significant because of its historical significance, but it also highlighted the importance of diversity in STEM fields. Women have been traditionally underrepresented in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, but this win serves as an inspiration for other girls who aspire to pursue careers in these fields.

Drive On

Overall, the Horizon Grand Prix Competition was an unforgettable experience, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for next year’s event. Thanks to CerebroX for hosting such an awesome event that inspires young minds to learn about renewable energy and its importance for our future.