2014 – Hosted by 2073, Pleasant Grove HS, Elk Grove, CA
Inaugural event held with 15 teams. Founded by Team 2073 EagleForce and Team 3859 Wolfpack Robotics, teams from the surrounding area participated in this friendly competition. Teams were allowed to compete with multiple robots, providing opportunities for more students to build, program and drive robots.
2015 – Hosted by 1678, Davis Senior HS, Davis, CA
Team 1678 Citrus Circuits joins the Capital City Classic alliance and brings eight Fall Workshops to the tournament. Our mission expands to enhance the skills of the teams attending the competition.
2016 – Hosted by 3859, Cosumnes Oaks HS, Elk Grove, CA
With 30 teams in attendance, the tournament continues to grow and create a memorable competition experience with even more workshops.
2017 – Hosted by 2073, Pleasant Grove HS, Elk Grove, CA
With 34 teams in attendance, the tournament returns to Pleasant Grove High School, and continues to grow with seventeen Fall Workshops!
2018 – Hosted by 1678, Davis Senior HS, Davis, CA
Held at Davis Senior High School in Davis, CA the tournament attracted over 50 teams with a capacity of 45 teams, resulting in a waitlist. The organizing committee opened the educational sessions to everyone and encouraged any teams on the waitlist to attend the event and take advantage of the twenty two Fall Workshops organized by Team 1678 Citrus Circuits. Teams were limited to one robot each, to maximize participation.
2019 – Hosted by 2073, Pleasant Grove HS, Elk Grove, CA
In addition to the robotics competition a record twenty five Fall Workshops are held across two days – during lunch and in the evenings!
The tournament goes 100% virtual due to the pandemic circumstances and is available for teams all over the world to attend! We held two packed days of workshops and panel discussions on a variety of topics.
We are excited to have planning underway to host the 2021 Capital City Classic within the guidelines provided by local health authorities and FIRST.