Earlier this year, Moon Mark launched the "Lunar Race Design Challenge" to high school students across the globe. Students were asked to design a vehicle that could stand up to the moon's climate, weigh no more than 11 pounds, and be outfitted with a solar panel, UHF radio, a single-board computer, and a WiFi module. Eight weeks of earth-based qualifying rounds come next, with the final two having their designs completed with the help of Mclaren P 1 designer Frank Stephenson and Lunar Outpost. The vehicles will be loaded on a Nova-C Lunar Lander and then launched on SpaceX's Falcon 9. Once they've landed, designers will control their vehicles remotely from earth for the first-ever race across the surface of the moon.