Thank you to everyone who has helped us get to where we are today.
Mizzou Eco-Racing Cars are designed and built by students from the University of Missouri
- Mechanical engineers designed and fabricated the body, suspension, steering, and other elements
Chemical engineers have researched fuel cells and built the fuel system
Electrical engineers built our power distribution and telemetry systems
All of our engineers work across departments to bring TigerGen and Batt-Cat to life. This allows them to learn from each other and gain skills outside of their area of study.
In addition, our team is active in promoting fuel cell technology around our extended community, at venues that encourage higher education, and green energy. In this way, our team can expand on the knowledge gained from six generations of solar car teams and two generations of hydrogen teams. We use it to build and promote technologies that have the ability to lead us to a sustainable future.
We are open to all majors, graduate and undergraduate students; team members devise business plans, fundraise, and manage their own publicity.
A detailed team history is also available.
2015 Shell Eco-marathon
This spring, Tigergen III and Batt-Cat will participate the 2015 Shell Eco-marathon in Detroit, Michigen. For more race information, follow link below...