The Fall ElectroRally season concluded following the race in Hoisington on Oct. 14. Although additional safety precautions were taken to ensure the participants’ and volunteers’ safety, students still brought their highly competitive spirit to the track.
The Fall ElectroRally season consisted of two races in Hays and Hoisington. Some schools opted out of the competitions due to concerns about COVID-19, while those teams who did participate practiced social distancing and wore masks.
Western Cooperative is proud to sponsor the local area high school programs at Wheatland High School, Hays High School, and Hoisington High School.
“With the spring races canceled, many of the students were ready to get back on the track,” said Member Services Manager Nolan Numrich. “The teams are always working hard to improve their cars and racing set-ups, so allowing them the opportunity to compete safely was essential to the Kansas ElectroRally Board of Directors.”
Following the vehicle inspections and safety checks, teams compete in a one-hour timed race. The longest distance traveled in the hour determines the winners. For more information, visit www.kansaselectrorally.org.