Today's single event was the Endurance competition. During this event, each competing vehicles are tested for durability in a long-course autocross event. Two drivers are needed for this event, with each completing 10 laps on the course. The driver change occurs midway through the event and is expected to occur in less than 3 minutes. A secondary objective of the event is that of fuel economy, where fuel consumed is measured and compared to other teams. Both of our drivers, Trevor Carlson and Alex Melin walked the track last night and again early this morning. Driver Carlson suited up, went through the fuel-up line, and entered into the endurace event queue. Driver Carlson did an excellent job on the course, completing his 10 laps with an unofficial average lap time of 64.9 seconds. After he had pulled into the pit for the driver change, a competition official noticed oil on the lid of the oil overflow-catch bottle. The official disqualified the vehicle on the spot, noting that the oil could become a hazard to other drivers on the course should it drip onto the track or blow off into another vehicle's driver. While the team is not excited with this decision and understands the official's reasoning, they are very glad that no vehicle systems failed, and that the vehicle did not mechanically or electrically fail. Currently, the team is loading up the trailer and plans to rest one final night in Michigan before heading back to Minneapolis tomorrow morning. Photo albums are expected to be available online in the next week. We're very thankful for all of our sponsors and friends who assisted in our success!