Launched back in December 2009, the Alaskan Motors Competition asked the Local Motors’ community to create a racing vehicle for theWrangell Mountain Extreme, a fictional race to be held in Alaska in 2013.
Unlike the previous contests, this one was not constrained to real-production limits.
The first place was won by the B-Polar Concept by Anthony Colard.
The second prize was received by Pierre Gimbergues for his Banshee Concept, a snow racer conceived to face any kind of bad weather and difficult ground, thanks to its 4-jointed articulated, directional and suspended caterpillars.
The third winner is Armand Herve with the TW-Ice Concept, a two-seater vehicle powered by a BMW V12 bioethanol engine. The name refers to the idea of 2x (2 times).
News Via Carbodydesign.com et Local-Motor.com