Launch and latest updates

On Sunday 8 October, the MTAA Super Sol Invictus Team departed from Parliament Square in Darwin at 9 am. The MTAA ANU Team was one of 7 Australian teams to depart from Darwin. Mark McAnulty, business team lead…

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Sol Invictus Lauch

On Tuesday, we launched the MTAA Super Charge, ready for the race in 18 days. We would like to extend a huge thank you to all our sponsors that have made it possible to get to where we are! Check out the video from our launch, courtesy of the ANU's College of...
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Profile: John Oost

In the weeks leading up to the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Car Challenge, we will be doing blog features of the MTAA Super Sol...
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August Newsletter

  Final Stage Gate On Friday 28th July, the MTAA Super Sol Invictus Team passed our final stage gate. The main focus of this stage gate was to hear updates from the technical team and plans for the Challenge. Furthermore, it was a chance for the panel to offer...
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50 Days to go

With only 50 days to go until the race, it's crunch time! Make sure you stay up to date by following our Facebook and Instagram to see our solar car race from Darwin to...
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The Australian National University’s World Solar Challenge Team, Sol Invictus, is a student led and industry backed initiative which first competed in the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. The team draws in cross disciplinary skills from all schools on campus and uses them to provide innovation in renewable and sustainable technology. The team is back again and underway preparing for the next challenge, in November 2019.

Please get in touch with our business team , and consider donating to our cause here.

Our Team

Sol Invictus is composed of nearly 50 talented ANU students, drawing from multidisciplinary backgrounds. With a focus on ensuring cooperation, our dedicated team is well on track to making our car reality.

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The Challenge

The Sol Invictus Team competed for the first time in the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. The team is back again for the 2018-19 race and will be entering in the challenger class as they journey the 3000km between Darwin and Adelaide with the solar vehicle.

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Now Recruiting!

If you are interested in joining the team for the next race, 1st year to PhD, engineer to arts student, please apply below!

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