A team from Utah State University, which included these two riders, won the 2005 race.
Team Two of Pittsburg State University, in Kansas, grabbed second place in the 2005 race.
Navigating the half-mile race course is simple: Start at the Space Shuttle, take a right at the Saturn V rocket, circle the craters and return to the Shuttle.
The moonbuggy race was inspired by the Lunar Roving Vehicles driven on the moon by astronauts on the Apollo 15, 16 and 17 missions.
Madison County Career Academy Team 1 from Huntsville, Ala., bounced its way to the winning time for the high school division in 2005.
The backseat pedaler helps climb a lunar crater for the 2006 high school second-place winner, from Lafayette County C-1 High School of Higginsville, Mo.
Two other famous NASA rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, are leaving their tracks on Mars.
Another spinoff of the Apollo Lunar Roving Vehicle program is the Lunar Rover Initative at Carnegie Mellon University. The goal of this ongoing project is to create robots that can explore unknown territory and do science experiments at interesting locations. This rover is from a 1998 expedition that searched for meteorites in the Antarctic.