I read about this today and figured some people here might be interested. Intuitive Machines in Houston has a contract to land a payload on the moon next year, and part of the planned payload is two small race cars to hold the first ever off-planet race. As part of the deal, they’re looking to have the cars designed by high school students. There’s also a $1000 prize to the charity of your choice for winning (but that’s nothing compared to the cool factor of a moon race car.)
So, if any of you kids are bummed that you didn’t get to play Lunacy 11 years ago, here’s your chance for some low-traction driving.
Note: It looks like students submit designs, and then some aerospace engineers take a second pass at them and make them space-worthy, but it’s a little hard to tell the specifics. Maybe it’s just vaporware, but it’s definitely something to do during quarantine.