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Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race
2009 Race Report: Ella and the Elements



Here's a Sculpture!
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Ella and the Elements

Ella and the Elements is the first entry from the eighth grade of Roland Park Elementary School. Each pilot and pit crew member took the role of an individual element like helium or aluminum. While the engineering consisted of a wooden frame integrating three bicycles, it held up remarkably well, including at the water transition where the pilots simply climbed onto the frame for paddling.

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  2. Going to Hell
  3. Fifi
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  4. Rat Rod
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