Engineering students compete at Silverstone
Engineering students from the University of Leeds built their own single-seat race car to compete in Formula Student 2012, which was held at Silverstone from 12-15 July.
Run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Formula Student challenges university students from all over the world to design, build and race a single-seat racing car in the competition across many events.
Leeds University car entry No. 28
Design - 60th.
Business ( Marketing presentation)- 57th.
Cost - 15th.
Acceleration - 45th.
Skid Pan - 31st.
Sprint - 29th.
Endurance - DNF, however posted the 43rd quickest lap time. Broken steering system with 2 laps to complete. Only 25 cars actually finished endurance this year.
Overall place 45th out of 103 cars.
Overall 17th out of 38 UK cars.
Visit www.formulastudent.com to view the full results
Congratulations to our team members. They have worked very hard over the year, especially in the last few weeks, as they prepared the car for the competition.
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Engineering students gear up for world’s largest student motorsport competition