scores at a pretty decent speed, and I like the bar on the front there that seems to help line up with the goals.
I do notice that the robot seems to be pretty floppy though, and from what I can see, that can be attributed mostly to the excessive use of plates. plates are real bendy and floppy, and provide very little structural integrity. I don’t think plates should ever be used on important structural parts of the robot, c channels are far stronger, and in many cases are more compact and easier to mount. Also the large amount of cantilevered gears and sprockets looks a bit concerning, but if you did it right that shouldn’t be a problem. I have a few cantilevered gears and sprockets myself and they’re fine as long as their either on a screw joint or the axle has 2 support points on the other side of the metal.
so while your robot is already pretty fast, with some more robust building you could probably make it much more reliable and efficient.