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The GM Sunrayce USA was the first cross country solar car race in the United States. The event was sponsored by General Motors and named after their 1987 World Solar Challenge winning vehicle, Sunraycer.
GM Sunrayce USA was an 11 day event that ran over 1800 miles from Orlando, Florida to Warren, Michigan. This event started the staged style route that is still used today. Teams started and ended each day together in the same location, all stages were one day.
- July 9: Orlando, Florida to Floral City, FL.
- July 10: Floral Park, FL to Tallahassee, FL.
- July 11: Tallahassee, FL to Montgomery, Alabama.
- July 12: Montgomery, AL to Haleyville, AL.
- July 13: Haleyville, AL to Spring Hill, Tennessee.
- July 14: Spring Hill, TN to Bowling Green, Kentucky.
- July 15: Bowling Green, KY to Louisville, KY.
- July 16: Louisville, KY to Indianapolis, Indiana.
- July 17: Indianapolis, IN to Greenville, Ohio.
- July 18: Greenville, OH to Mason, Michigan.
- July 19: Mason, MI to Warren, MI.
|1||University of Michigan||75:50:47|
|2||Western Washington University||74:10:06|
|3||University of Maryland||80:10:55|
|4||Cal State LA||81:03:44|
|8||Western Michigan – Jordan||96:55:20|
|9||Colorado State University||97:55:06|
|10||Cal Poly – Pomona||99:05:57|
|13||Stark State College||105:06:47|
|16||Minnesota State University, Mankato||108:18:45|
|17||Iowa State University||109:05:29|
|18||University of North Texas||110:48:04|
|19||Cal State – Northridge||110:49:57|
|20||Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology||111:07:44|
|21||Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo||113:00:15|
|22||University of Texas||113:15:25|
|24||University of Waterloo||114:37:15|
|25||Florida Institute of Technology||116:39:41|
|26||University of Pennsylvania||122:14:48|
|29||University of Ottawa||132:48:18|
|30||University of Puerto Rico||135:44:30|
|31||Arizona State University||136:49:18|