The Ten80 Student Racing Challenge is a supplemental STEM curriculum of Ten80 Education’s National STEM League. Students in grades 6 – 12 form Ten80 Student Racing Challenge teams that use model (1:10 scale) radio--controlled cars and mimic professional motorsport teams. The first weeks of engagement are spent learning how systems operate and how to organize data, rather than following "build" directions. After being "certified" in mechanical systems, data and problem solving students spend the duration of the program year rebuilding the car with improved parts. Once students master the fundamentals of problem solving, data and mechanical systems, they specialize in areas of personal interest, to include project management, marketing and business. The curriculum specifically addresses Enterprise and Data-Driven Design projects. NSBE’s Ten80 STEM Initiative finals take place at the Annual Convention.

Please review the team divisions below:

1.) Middle School (Grades 6-8)
2.) For High School (Grades 9-12), please complete a separate form


Eligibility and Requirements:

1.) All participants must be active PAID NSBE Jr. members.
2.) Middle School NSBE Jr. member (Grades 6-8) or High School NSBE Jr. member (Grades 9-12)
3.) Attending the 45th Annual Convention in Detroit, MI.
4.) Teams: Minimum of 4 students and a maximum of 15 students.

Rulebook and Registration: