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Engineered For Speed


Explore Embry-Riddle Prescott's First Student-Built Land Speed

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Engineered For Speed


Explore Embry-Riddle Prescott's First Student-Built Land Speed

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What is Eagle Works?

Eagle Works: Advanced Vehicle Lab is a non-profit organization residing on the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) campus in Prescott, Arizona. As a completely student-run organization, Eagle Works strives to push the boundaries of racing technology. Click on the video below to learn about the Team and their current endeavors. 

 

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Goals and Vision


The current goal for the Eagle Works team is to design, build and race an E-2 class electric land speed car. The Team prides itself on providing students the opportunity to gain valuable industry experience as well as develop and grow professionally. 

Goals and Vision


The current goal for the Eagle Works team is to design, build and race an E-2 class electric land speed car. The Team prides itself on providing students the opportunity to gain valuable industry experience as well as develop and grow professionally. 

Who Are we?

The Eagle Works Team

The Eagle Works team is a completely student-run organization dedicated to designing, building, and testing advanced vehicles.

Eagle Works revolves around the creation of advanced vehicles, allowing for a wide spectrum of projects. The projects depend on what the team decides they want to work on. The team creates advanced vehicles that handle different environments, including land, sea, sky, and space. 

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A Land Speed Record


In 2014, Eagle Works began the process of creating a student-built Electric Land Speed Record vehicle in hopes of setting a new E-2 class speed record.

A Land Speed Record


In 2014, Eagle Works began the process of creating a student-built Electric Land Speed Record vehicle in hopes of setting a new E-2 class speed record.

current project in the works:

e-2 Class Electric Land speed Record

Eagle Works is currently developing Embry-Riddle's first student-built electric land speed record. The goal of the project is to set a new record of 250 MPH for the E-2 Class for electric land speed vehicles. View the project - it's both electrifying and fast!

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