Pupils in schools across the globe have been tuning up tor tomorrow's Maths in Motion Challenge finals
The chequered flag comes down at 1.30 BST today (Wednesday, June 20)) for the 84 student finalists, aged 8-16 and from 28 schools, to race their own 'virtual' racing cars in the first ever online Maths in Motion Challenge for Schools. And you can watch it live on YouTube (link below).
James Betts, who along with challenge organiser Brian Richardson, will be presenting the live race meet, commented: "We’re thrilled to be taking the final online this year, meaning that we’ve been able to accept entries from more schools in even more countries, with five international schools among those representing six overseas countries taking part. The quality of the teams is outstanding and we’re looking forward to broadcasting a very exciting LIVE final from our YouTube Channel.”