A huge thank you to everyone who has participated in the Wonthaggi Human Powered Grand Prix. No matter the result – win, lose or draw – we salute your achievements and admire your passion and energy. Here you’ll find links to live results, records, information about our special awards and past results.
Fastest Lap Record (Outright / Community):
1:50.9 set by Paul Weymouth | Tru Blu Racing (2012)
(Average speed 45.4 km/h of the 1.4 km circuit)
Fastest Lap Record (School):
1:54.8 | A Little More Aero (2018)*
(Average speed 44.2 km/h of the 1.4 km circuit)
Outright Distance Record:
672 laps – 940.8 km, Tru Blu Racing (2014)
(Average speed of 39.2 km/h)
* Record from best data available.
Ewan Cole Fastest Lap Award
A born racer, Ewan Cole is a co-founder of the Wonthaggi Human Powered Grand Prix, which was first held in 1997. Formerly a teacher at Wonthaggi Secondary College, Ewan has been a scrutineer and technical lead at all levels of motorsport around the world. He loved to both build and race HPVs and when on track could be seen slicing through the technical sections of the course and always searching for a faster lap time.
- Ewan Cole Fastest Lap – Schools Team
- Ewan Cole Fastest Lap – Community Team
Lew Arthur Innovation Award
Lew Arthur was a co-founder of the Wonthaggi Human Powered Grand Prix, which was first held in 1997. Formerly a teacher at Wonthaggi Secondary College, Lew lead his HPV students on journeys of discovery, innovation and teamwork as he encouraged them to build the very best human powered vehicle they could.
This Award is judged by former students of Wonthaggi Secondary College and recognises a vehicle with an innovative feature.
The Bendigo Youth Racing (BYR) Best Performing School-Based-Build
Created by past students at Bendigo Senior Secondary College, Bendigo Youth Racing (BYR) was active between 2003 and 2009 and enjoyed considerable success in both South Australia and Victoria, including line honours at the Wonthaggi Human Powered Grand Prix. As a legacy from their project, the team have elected to re-invest back into the sport they enjoyed so much.
The ‘Bendigo Youth Racing School-Based-Build Prize’ aims to encourage and reward school-based design and construction. This Award recognises a team who has built the majority of their vehicle at school and completed at least 500km during the 24 hour Grand Prix. Teams will judged on this Award during Scrutineering.
The winning team will receive a General Toolkit valued at $800.00 and a bike toolkit valued at $150.00.