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Oregon State Formula SAE and Baja site

http://groups.engr.oregonstate.edu/SAE/Formula/
http://www.youtube.com/user/OregonStateFormula
http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/formulasae/

FSAE West 2009:
Second overall
Honda Dynamic Performance Award
Lightest overall
1st place Endurance

FS Germany 2009:
2nd place autocross
Lightest overall, Audi Lightweight Concept Award

FS Austria 2009:
1st overall
Best Driver Award
1st place Autocross, Endurance, Fuel economy




Oregon State Baja:
Baja SAE Oregon 2009: 1st overall
Baja SAE Wisconsin 2009: 1st overall

 

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University of Auckland, www.fsae.co.nz

Here's our '06 car a couple of days ago, competing at Formula Student Germany:
 

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me sitting in car gridded for autocross









^not me^ pushing car to some event



http://coel.ecgf.uakron.edu/sae/formula/formintro.html

Our website is pretty outdated and about worthless as it sits right now updates are in the works.

University of Akron
2006-10th FSAE east
-10th FSAE west
2004-7th FSAE east
1999-1st FSAE east
1998-3rd FSAE east
1997-5th FSAE east

Here is our for all of our teams ... we also have a mini-baja team as well they have done well also as well as super mileage and Aero-design.

http://www.engineering.uakron.edu/sae/
 

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Old Dominion University, http://www.odumotorsports.com/
I completed my minor in motorsports and will be going back for my masters in motorsports once the program starts, but I was never on the SAE team. I just worked on the cars in class labs and lectures. Maybe I'll join when I go for my masters.
 

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http://kettering.edu/~fsae/

first off i want to say i do not participate in Kettering's formula SAE program for 1 reason, the system is completely backwards. 1 car with 2 teams working on it (A section and B section goes to school at different times and never contact each other) 3/4 of a term is spent tearing apart the last teams design because they have a different idea of how to build the car. for some reason they do not believe in testing, they dont understand that the reason the teams that do so well in the competition do well because they spend most their time testing adjusting and getting used to the car. they also dont let the best drivers drive, which is completely asanine. they go strictly on time spent in the program and class standing. I participate and currently am president of the firebirds club, which is dedicated to autocrossing (your own cars) and the club just runs so much better in general. I know we also have the buggy and i think we have/had a clean snowmobile program, but after all the issues with FSAE i had had enough.
 

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Middle Tennessee State University...this was our first car/competition; competed in FSAE West this year. Our program is pretty small, mostly made up of a few of my close friends and I. I don't think it'll be around when we're gone, but our Mini Baja team is doing pretty good, they've just started work on their 4th car.

http://www.mtsu.edu/~fsae
 

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Where is the SAE Baja forum?

http://saber.engineer.gvsu.edu/sae/

Second place in chain pull, 20th in acceleration and 47th overall. Heck yeah I was driving in the chain pull.

Grand Valley and The Hotsauce Race Team.

bentheswift, are you on the Baja Team? We stayed at the same hotel I think I gave one of your guys a beer.
 

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Haven't posted much in the other forums, but I can't pass this thread up.

Ben beat me to it, but I"ll post it again. http://www.beaverracing.org

I was the president for the OSU SAE programs this year and team captain for the formula team.

Our Baja team won both the west and midwest events this year. I think it's safe to say we are The force in Baja.

The formula team won the acceleration event, as well as the marketing event at FSAE west this year. Due to some optomistic sizing on our cooling system we didn't complete the endurance event. We were poised for a top 5 finish if we had finished.

If you're looking to get involved at a school in the north west and looking for contacts you can get ahold of me. I can hook you up with the right people.
 

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Montana State University Formula SAE

This is only our second year, and I wasn't involved with the club last year, but I plan to be as much as possible this year and next fall.

We only placed 45th last year... but it was also our first car.
 
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