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Eagle Works - Help Us Break the Electric Land Speed Record!

Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
35 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on March 24, at 12:00 AM EDT
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Eagle Works - Help Us Break the Electric Land Speed Record!

The Eagle Works Advanced Vehicle Lab is a completely student run organization based out of Embry-Riddle's Prescott, Arizona campus. The Team is currently dedicated to developing Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's first student-built electric land speed vehicle. The goal of the project is to set a new world record of 250 MPH in the E-2 Class (1100-2100lbs) for electric land speed vehicles. 



The Team plans to complete the project before Speed Week, a racing competition on the Bonneville Salt Flats, by the Summer of 2018. Currently, the Team is in the transition between concept and construction. The Team has a nearly complete CAD model and construction of the car is in the preliminary stage.  



Eagle Works is committed to promoting electric vehicles in today's world. You can help us drive into the future of clean energy by supporting our Team. To find out more about our Team or our project please visit our website: or like us on Facebook at


Choose a giving level


up to $50 - 75-MPH Club

Help us get our engine started through with just a small donation. A lot of little things add up, and your generosity will help us acquire small components like the steering wheel and copper wire.


up to $75 - 100-MPH Club

Help us hit the accelerator! Your donation will help us pay for larger components including a hub bearing and components of the cooling system.


up to $100 - 150-MPH Club

As speeds increase, so does the need for safety. Donating at this level helps pay for safety items including a five-point safety harness and fire extinguishing equipment.


up to $250 - 200-MPH Club

That land speed record is just out of reach! This donation level will help pay for up to five gallons of di-electric oil for motor cooling, and the larger components of the frame including metal and welding supplies.


up to $500+ - 250-MPH Club

Speeding toward the finish! This level of donation pays for half of the fire suppression system and key components of the battery modules.