Speedway Motorsports, Inc (SMI) is a leading promoter, marketer and sponsor of motorsports activities in the United States. As the owner and operator of Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Lowe's Motor Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Infineon Raceway at Sonoma, and Texas Motor Speedway, SMI has one of the largest portfolios of major speedway facilities in the motorsports industry. Closed-track events are held on alternate years at the Texas Motor Speedway.
The Lightner-Sams Foundation of Dallas has generously funded the Internship program. This program allows former Challenge participants to return to the race to help plan, coordinate, and judge the upcoming event, and plan for the future events.
The Kahn Education Foundation was established in 1996 to support both public and private educational institutions, and the educational programs of public charities. Their special interest is in supporting programs and facilities that make learning fun and safe.
Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs about 123,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is an industry leading technology company that enables customers to go further, faster. With the industry's most comprehensive portfolio, spanning the cloud to the data center to workplace applications, their technology and services help customers around the world make IT more efficient, more productive and more secure.
The first evening meal on the race will be hosted by Michelin Tires, who will also present an engineering workshop on rolling resistance.
Siemens has partnered with the Solar Car Challenge to offer Solid Edge for free to students on Solar Car Challenge teams. This outstanding software helps teams to develop their mechanical drawings and electrical schematics.
Earth Day Texas is an annual festival seeking to elevate environmental awareness and influence the way Texans think, live and work. Their focus on environmental initiatives and ideas make them a great partner for our focus on renewable energy.
Dallas Mavericks are the premier National Basketball league team in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. They support the community through the Dallas Mavericks Foundation, Mavs Basketball Academy, and Mavs Kids Club.
NBC 5 (Dallas-Fort Worth) is the official Media Sponsor for the Solar Car Challenge. NBC 5 is the place to go for exclusive local stories, the latest breaking news, weather updates and more in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
Five Star Ford Plano is a Premier Ford Dealer who can help customers find the new Ford or used car of their dreams.
Ryder is a Fortune 500 company providing leading-edge logistics, supply chain, and transportation management solutions worldwide.
The North Texas Renewable Energy Group is the North Texas chapter of the Texas Solar Energy Society that furthers the development of renewable energy, sciences, and technologies with concern for the ecological, social and economic fabric of the community and state.
The Texas Solar Energy Society is a non-profit organization with a long history of solar and renewable energy outreach and education. Founded in 1976, they have been serving Texas for 39 years. They have a national reputation for their most high profile projects, including the Austin Cool House Tour, in its 19th year.

Yumi Ice Cream Company was established in 1986 in Irving, Texas. At the outset, they committed to provide a profitable and well-merchandised Ice Cream Program for all channels of the trade in the markets they operate. Fourteen years have passed and the original Yumi business philosophy remains. Today, Yumi services over 6,000 accounts across Texas from operation centers in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio. Yumi has generously agreed to donate ice cream for race participants at the Solar Car Challenge.

Bank of America is committed to creating meaningful change in the communities they serve through our philanthropic efforts, associate volunteerism, community development activities and investing, support of arts and culture programming and environmental initiatives.

They are helping to advance the economic health and vitality of communities by supporting nonprofit organizations that address community development, education and workforce development and critical needs.

Every day, Capital One strives to ensure that they operate our business in an environmentally sound and socially responsible manner and seek to raise awareness of sustainability best practices among our shareholders, consumers, associates and suppliers.

Their philanthropy program provides grants to national and local organizations that support education, financial literacy and community development initiatives. In addition, they build partnerships with nonprofit organizations with missions that compliment these focus areas.

Verizon employees give generously of their time, money and skills. The Verizon Foundation supports their employees' passion for community engagement through matching gifts, team incentives, the V2V fund and volunteering, especially for STEM education for K-12 youth.

In 1999, after careful market research and thorough competitive analysis, a group of the U.S.A.'s top weather researchers and technology innovators formed Weather Decision Technologies, Inc. WDT provides the world's highest resolution, most accurate weather information content to help you make the appropriate decisions to minimize weather-related risk.

Ham-Com is the amateur radio convention for the Dallas area. They have graciously provided safety equipment for the Solar Car Challenge.

The law firm of Krage & Janvey, LLP has been devoted to helping business, commercial and corporate clients since it was founded in 1971. With a belief that professional and sophisticated legal services should be affordable, their Texas business attorneys have focused on combining the personal attention you might expect from a small firm with the breadth of experience associated with larger firms.
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