Viking II

After participating in class 1, the rules state that a new car has to be created. So after the event, a team of 25 students consisting of 10 different nationalities and different lines of study, began working on the Viking II.

The Viking II, did – like the Viking I, run on petrol. Most of the wood however was replaced with carbon fiber – and around 40kg was optimized away. Furthermore an additional 20 hp was gained on the Viking II It competed at FSUK – Silverstone 2009.
At Silverstone the team won the “Most innovative use of an embedded system in the car” award. Because of the advanced electronics network.

85 hp

306 kg

Embedded system used