LA VISTA, Neb. (AP) — High school teams from Elkhorn and Wayne have won scholarships with their electric car designs.
Those two schools prevailed in the finals of the annual Power Drive competition.
Elkhorn won the standard class because their vehicle won the most points for endurance, design and documentation. Elkhorn's vehicle completed 42 laps around the track.
The Wayne team won the advanced class, and its vehicle completed 43.5 laps.
The contest is sponsored by the state's two largest utilities, Nebraska Public Power District and Omaha Public Power District.