It is another year for our annual offseason event, Madtown Throwdown, hosted by Team 1323 & 1671! We will be playing the 2023 FRC game this year.
The event will be held on November 11th-12th (Saturday/Sunday Event). Friday will be practice/setup/pit load in. Saturday will be a full day of qualification matches with elimination matches on Sunday. Must be at the event on both Saturday/Sunday.
To Register: Click Here!
Cost: $300 per robot (same price for practice robot)
Robot Weight Limit: 135 lbs
Maximum Slots: 40
Event Location: Matilda Torres High School - 16645 Rd 26, Madera, CA 93638
Date: November 11th - 12th.
Payment is Due by: October 31st
Please mail to:
Attention: RC - Team1323
34643 Ave 12
Madera, CA 93636
Checks Payable to: Matilda Torres High School Robotics
A credit card option is available as well, please email [email protected] for more info. If you have any questions or comments about the event in general, please click here to be redirected to the team’s MadTown Throwdown page for more information and Volunteers please click here!
TKO is excited for another great Throwdown!
shoutout to the example phone numbers
Any particular reason for this?
Form’s closed, y’all already filled up?
Bumping, is event full or is form being closed a mistake?
Can’t speak for Madtown but I’d assume it’s to give a bit of wiggle room for teams modifying their robots.
We are full much faster than normal… What we are going to do is:
- Reopen the form as as a waitlist
- Verify our facility area, we need to turn more of the venue into pits
- Talk to teams with multiple robots and trim down that list to allow more unique teams in
The team is at the Fair this weekend and we will be sending out emails to all teams registered this upcoming week.
More than a wiggle - it explicitly encourages modifying the comp bot, for a low-stakes event. It’s a great outlet for teams to try things that might not work and prioritize student experience over event outcome.
Thanks for opening it back up RC, really appreciate your team’s work to open up opportunity. I think the popularity speaks to the success you’ve had in curating the culture of the event that we all want to come down to hang and play with robots in November.
Have fun at Fair!
With the announcement of the new radio, never know what new things could be tested. 10 pounds just seemed like a lot.