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Horizon Hydrogen Grand Prix School Club: Where Racing Meets Innovation

Horizon Hydrogen Grand Prix School Club: Where Racing Meets Innovation
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A new sensation is revving up the excitement and steering the world of RC racing towards a cleaner, greener future.

Meet the fresh faces of the Horizon Hydrogen Grand Prix School Club, a dynamic group of students passionate about hydrogen-powered RC cars. 

With a firm commitment to combining technology, speed, and sustainability, these young enthusiasts are driving change in the world of racing.

Getting Our Hands Dirty

Behind the scenes, the Horizon Hydrogen Grand Prix School Club members are diving deep into the intricate world of hydrogen-powered RC cars.

These ingenious minds, including Elijah MacLean, Jack Neale, Jason Young, Kasey Austin, Kydan Jones, Landon Barr, Oliver McIntyre, Thomas Hodgkinson, and Xian Neale, are no strangers to the inner workings of their vehicles.

They tackle technical challenges head-on, fine-tuning their cars for peak performance. It’s a hands-on experience that brings out the engineer in every member.

Racing Thrills

But it’s not just about tinkering in the workshop. The real excitement unfolds at the racetrack, where these students unleash their hydrogen-fueled RC cars.

It’s not your typical race; it’s a thrilling blend of speed and sustainability. In this arena, it’s not just about who crosses the finish line first; it’s about doing so while embracing eco-friendliness and clean energy.

Design & Craftsmanship

The Horizon Hydrogen Grand Prix School Club isn’t just about racing; it’s a hub of innovation.

Every component of their RC cars is carefully crafted for both function and eco-friendliness. The artistry behind the design and manufacturing is a testament to their commitment to a sustainable future.

This remarkable journey wouldn’t be possible without the support of their sponsors, Ark Energy and the Port of Townsville Limited, along with the event organisers at Horizon Educational.