05 October 2018
¡Estamos en Chile!
(This article is only available in Dutch.)
¡Estamos en Chile!
Dag 1 in Chili zit er ondertussen op. Na 14,5 uur op het vliegtuig kwamen we, licht groggy door de jetlag, 's ochtends om kwart na acht aan in Santiago. De eerste kilometers op de Chileense weg waren verwarrend. Zoals het hoort in...
21 July 2018
Meeting King Philippe and Queen Mathilde
On Saturday the 21st of July, the Belgian Royal House celebrates the Belgian National Day. During this year's festivities in Brussels Park, we were invited to showcase the Punch II to the public. At the end of the day, we were honored by a visit from King Philippe and Queen Mathilde.Read more
Belgian Solar Team third in world championship for solar cars
The Belgian Solar Team won bronze in the World Solar Challenge in Australia. “We’ve put our heart and soul into this."Read more
The Belgian Solar team is getting closer to the fourth place
On the third day of the world championship for solar cars, the Belgian Solar team is still ranked fifth. But the team is getting closer to the top four.Read more
Belgian Solar Team climbs to fifth place in world championship
The Belgian solar car has gained one place in the ranking of the world competition for solar cars. The team is now ranked fifth.Read more
Belgian solar car in sixth place at championship for solar cars after bad luck
The Solar Team is 6th at the championship for solar cars. Due to something that was dragging at the rear wheel, the team had to let some competitors go ahead.Read more
Belgian Solar Team in pole position at championship for solar cars
The Belgian Solar Team earned the pole position at the world championship for solar cars in Australia. The car can start in the leading positioning.Read more
06 October 2017
Solar Team with secret weapon at the start of the solar race
On Sunday, we will start the World Championship with great confidence. We installed an innovative system which allows the car to benefit from the side wind.Read more
Belgian Solar Team almost ready for Bridgestone World Solar Challenge
For 16 months, the 21 engineering students of the Punch Powertrain Solar Team have been looking forward to the world championship for solar cars that will start on the 8th of October in Australia. Seven days before the race they placed their solar panel, with the best solar cells in the world, on the car. The team hopes that this will help them to be ahead of the international competition during the race.Read more
We have revealed our brand new solar car. The seventh Belgian Solar Car is called the Punch Two and build in one year by 21 students from the KU Leuven.Read more
21 May 2017
Longin chooses two pilots for the upcoming BWSC
Longin chooses two pilots for the upcoming BWSC.Read more
From Slovenia with DSV.
DSV transported our molds for the production of the next solar car.Read more
Interview 7: Lander Hollevoet & Adriaan Buntinx
" As the name “production” says, we are responsible for the entire production of the shell of the car and the reinforcement structure."- Lander HollevoetRead more
Team Interview 5: Robert Kuchera & Jasper Schrijvers.
Participating is more important than winning. But let’s be honest, its way more fun to win. Two members of business relations talk about their function in the team.Read more
Youngsters choose for technology related education.
Article in Flemish newspaper "De Tijd" published on the 13th of October 2016.Read more
Team Interview 3: Kobe Vandeven and Martijn Schaeken
"The solar team gives you the opportunity to meet new people with other knowledge and experiences. This is especially useful in mechanical systems."Read more
Suddenly there is a solar car in our school.
Article in Flemish newspaper "HLN" published on the 10th of October 2016.Read more
High-performance sustainability with bio-based epichlorohydrin
Article published in October edition JEC magazine. (2016)Read more
Team Interview 1: Joachim, Team Manager
"Every team needs some chemistry" - Interview with team leader Joachim.Read more
Man versus Machine on the Memorial van Damme
A unique competition between man and machine, driven in a packed stadium. The athlete starts better than us. Will the solar car be able to catch up?Read more