I'm due to help a primary school in Sussex build their Go Goblin car again this year ready for a race in the summer. I assisted last year (first time the school had taken part) and we came 2nd out of around 8 schools on the race day which was fantastic.
However, after finishing the day I realised that the winning team (who were always quite a bit quicker than all the other teams) had doubled-up their main battery to motor wiring by using a second spare kit that they had.
To me that seems like they've broken the rules, but what do you all think? Seems unfair on all the other schools who used only the items in the kit. All the cars were checked for safety prior to the race day starting by some adjudicators but I believe they were linked to this team!
I expect them to be entering again this year, do you think I should say something if the same thing occurs again? Otherwise it seems impossible to have a chance of winning as the double-wired version will always offer lower resistance/more current to the motors!