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Spielberg<br />

17-20 August <strong>2014</strong><br />

6 A U S T R I A<br />

th<br />

Formula Student


CONTENTS<br />

Foreword 4<br />

The <strong>FS</strong>A Team 6<br />

Our partners 8<br />

Formula Student 11<br />

Disciplines 12<br />

<strong>Event</strong> Schedule 14<br />

Competing Teams 15<br />

Site Plan<br />

30 (Centerfold)<br />

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Foreword<br />

Martin Matzer<br />

Dear friends of Formula Student <strong>Austria</strong>,<br />

It is a great pleasure for me to welcome all of you to this<br />

years’ Formula Student <strong>Austria</strong> (<strong>FS</strong>A) event.<br />

This year <strong>FS</strong>A is held for the 6th time, and for the 4th time<br />

at the great Red Bull Ring. As a former formula student<br />

team member it is great to see the world from<br />

the other side.<br />

Since Formula 1 returned this year after a long<br />

break without <strong>Austria</strong> on the calendar, the Red<br />

Bull Ring has been expanded in many ways -<br />

we are really happy to use this great venue for<br />

our competition. At this point I want everyone to<br />

thank our partner, Projekt Spielberg who has<br />

helped us set up this great event.<br />

As already mentioned above, it is necessary to have partners<br />

for an event like this. Without all our partners, all of<br />

this would not be possible. So THANK YOU VERY MUCH for<br />

your great support. It is great to work with all of you.<br />

Even with the best partner I could not run this event by<br />

myself. Therefore <strong>FS</strong>A has its steering committee which<br />

simply consists of five people. So many thanks to Christoph<br />

Lorenzutti, Ralph Moser, Michael Müller and Lukas<br />

Raschendorfer for all the work you put into this event throughout<br />

the last year. It is great to have you as colleagues<br />

as well as friends.<br />

But running this event with just 5 people is also not possible.<br />

I would like to also thank all our staff members and judges.<br />

It is great to see so many different former participants<br />

from formula student teams and different companies from<br />

countries all over the world supporting this event with<br />

their passion.<br />

Last but not least I want to thank all of you<br />

teams who are coming every year and make<br />

this event one of the best in the world. I hope<br />

you will have good time and can enjoy this<br />

event and our great country. To all team members<br />

I can recommend talking to our sponsors,<br />

because they are looking for new employees<br />

and this could be great opportunity for you to<br />

start your work-life after finishing university. It<br />

will be a win-win situation for you and our partners - so<br />

take your chances.<br />

In the end, all I can say is THANK YOU to all our supporters<br />

and helpers. Good luck and much success to all the teams,<br />

may we all have great time.<br />

Best regards and keep on racing,<br />

Martin Matzer<br />

„As a former formula student team member it<br />

is great to see the world from the other side.“<br />

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The <strong>FS</strong>A Team<br />

Formally known as the <strong>FS</strong>A Steering Committee<br />

Martin Matzer | <strong>Event</strong> Manager<br />

Martin Matzer<br />

With experience as both <strong>FS</strong>AE Team Manager and Endurance/AutoX<br />

driver, Martin is now at the wheel of <strong>FS</strong>A<br />

for the second time after 2013. A motorsports fan by heart<br />

and trade he is determined to keep <strong>FS</strong>A one of the most<br />

attractive events in the series.<br />

Christoph Lorenzutti | Sponsor Relations, Scoring<br />

Part of the <strong>FS</strong>AE circus since 2005, Christoph can look back<br />

on a lot of experience in the series. Working on aquiring<br />

new supporters for <strong>FS</strong>A throughout the year, his main responsibility<br />

at the event is the scoring system.<br />

Christoph Lorenzutti<br />

Ralph Moser | IT, Timing, HR<br />

Ralph Moser<br />

As <strong>FS</strong>A‘s tame IT professional, Ralph makes sure that all<br />

the electronic systems at the event, from timing to team<br />

internet, play nice. During the rest of the year his responsibility<br />

is recruiting the staff and judges, without whom this<br />

<strong>FS</strong>A would not be possible.<br />

Michael Müller | Dynamics<br />

Former <strong>FS</strong>AE Team Manger and powertrain guy, Michael<br />

has the oversight over all of the dynamics. During the night<br />

you may catch a glimpse of him placing cones and making<br />

the very special <strong>FS</strong>A course a reality.<br />

Michael Müller<br />

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Lukas Raschendorfer | Rules, International Relations<br />

Lukas Raschendorfer<br />

After multiple years as „Sparkie“ for both C&E <strong>FS</strong>AE cars,<br />

Lukas joined <strong>FS</strong>A and is now responsible for the rules,<br />

also taking <strong>FS</strong>A‘s chair in the <strong>FS</strong>AE world committee.<br />

An engineer by day, a designer by night he also creates<br />

most of <strong>FS</strong>A‘s graphical designs.<br />

A whole lot of Volunteers | Making <strong>FS</strong>A happen<br />

Five guys may be enough to organize the event, but to actually<br />

run the event a much greater number of people is<br />

needed. This is where all of our red-shirted volunteers<br />

step in and take over all the tasks from scrutineering to<br />

fetching the cones that were ungently removed from their<br />

positions.<br />

Like the steering committee, they are all volunteers, dedicating<br />

their free time and holidays to providing you a great<br />

experience.<br />

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Our partners<br />

ACstyria functions as the hub of the Styrian automotive and aviation<br />

supply chain industry and has, with 190 partner companies,<br />

gained major cross-regional and international importance.<br />

ACstyria connects partners from the fields of economy, research<br />

and public bodies for the automotive and aviation industry‘s interests.<br />

Initiating cooperation between companies in order to open<br />

potentials and find synergies and to support them at best lies at<br />

the centre of the cluster‘s activities. Thus ACstyria successfully<br />

supports its partners to improve their innovation potential and<br />

international competitiveness. Furthermore, for its partner companies<br />

the cluster facilitates a large number of activities to go international.<br />

KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG, with its headquarters in Mattighofen, is<br />

one of the world’s leading manufacturers of motorsport vehicles.<br />

Our product portfolio ranges from race-ready offroad and street<br />

motorcycles to ATVs and the lightweight X-Bow sports car, as well<br />

as PowerParts and PowerWear.<br />

Qualified and highly-motivated employees are our most important<br />

success factor. So if you share our passion and<br />

would like to accomplish your own aims with KTM, visit<br />

www.ktm.com.<br />

Mubea Carbo Tech’s main focus is on complete consistency from<br />

the projection through to construction, strength design, model<br />

building, mold making and final testing. In this way the customer<br />

has a partner for a cost-efficient total solution, whether it’s the<br />

manufacture of a single prototype or a whole series. In order to<br />

manufacture high-end composites, extensive hardware and software<br />

solutions are required. That´s the reason why we are a “Tier<br />

1” supplier.<br />

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AVL is the world’s largest privately owned company for development,<br />

simulation and testing technology of powertrains (hybrid,<br />

combustion engines, transmission, electric drive, batteries and<br />

software) for passenger cars, trucks and large engines.<br />

Currently operating 6.200 employees in 45 locations worldwide,<br />

with a turnover of Eur 1.015 million, the proportion of company-financed<br />

research is approx. 12.5%.<br />

Every day AVL is developing cutting-edge solutions for our clients.<br />

We are pushing ahead to realize visions and set new standards.<br />

We are looking for people who have the drive for excellence and<br />

the ambition to become part of an advanced team of professionals.<br />

For those who join us, the opportunities are endless.<br />

www.avl.com/career<br />

Pankl Racing Systems AG, based in Bruck/Mur, <strong>Austria</strong>, specialises<br />

in developing and manufacturing engine- and drivetrain<br />

components for racing cars, high performance vehicles and the<br />

aerospace industry.<br />

Pankl scores with lightweight components made from high-grade<br />

innovative materials designed to withstand extreme mechanical<br />

stress.<br />

Pankl is a global niche player with worldwide subsidiaries in<br />

<strong>Austria</strong>, UK, USA, Slovakia and Japan. Pankl employees around<br />

800 people and achieved a total turnover of EUR 109m in the fiscal<br />

year 2010.<br />

The <strong>Austria</strong>n Society of Automotive Engineers (Österreichischer<br />

Verein für Kraftfahrzeugtechnik – ÖVK) is a non-profit organisation<br />

which seeks to promote the meaningful application of automotive<br />

engineering. Furthermore, it organises scientific conferences,<br />

lectures, seminars, and symposia at which mechanical engineering<br />

experts can deepen and widen their knowledge in the field of<br />

automotive engineering, and publishes relevant documents. The<br />

Association?s supreme goal is to create a symbiosis between<br />

theoretical scientific findings and their practical application by<br />

engaging in a permanent dialogue and assuring an exchange of<br />

experience between mechanical engineering experts lecturing at<br />

universities or working in practice and scientists. The Association<br />

was founded in 1985 and at present has about 750 regular members<br />

who are natural persons.<br />

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Riedel Communications was founded in 1987 and today employs over<br />

350 people spread over 12 locations in Europe, Australia, Asia and the<br />

Americas. The company operates in three business fields:<br />

Manufacturing: Riedel designs, manufactures and distributes the most<br />

sophisticated intercom, fiber, audio and radio technology for customers<br />

worldwide in the broadcast, pro-audio, event, sports and theatre<br />

industries.<br />

Rental Service: The rental service provides wired and wireless intercom<br />

solutions, IT infrastructure for events, accreditation & ticketing<br />

systems as well as radio and fibre-based audio and video transmission<br />

systems. Riedel offers extensive services including project planning,<br />

logistics, set-up and operation.<br />

Radio Distribution: Riedel is one of the biggest authorized Motorola<br />

business partners in Europe and operates one of the biggest radio<br />

rental businesses worldwide.<br />

Die GMC-Instruments <strong>Austria</strong> GmbH ist der Spezialist für tragbare<br />

Messtechnik und industrielle Messtechnikkomponenten. Als Hersteller<br />

von bewährten als auch innovativen Produkten und Lösungen,<br />

unter den Marken GOSSEN METRAWATT und CAMILLE BAUER, bieten<br />

wir „Sicherheit durch Kompetenz“ im Bereich der Messtechnik.<br />

• Vorschriften-Prüftechnik GOSSEN METRAWATT<br />

• Medizinprüftechnik SECULIFE<br />

• Netzqualitätsmesstechnik MAVOWATT<br />

• Kalibratoren / Multifunktionskalibratoren<br />

• Milliohm- / Isolationsmessgeräte<br />

• Prozessmesstechnik SINEAX: Signalkonverter, Trennverstärker<br />

• Drehwinkelmesstechnik KINAX<br />

• Starkstrommesstechnik: multifunktionale Messgeräte APLUS, Messumformer,<br />

PQ/Energiemesssysteme<br />

•u.v.m.<br />

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Formula Student<br />

Scope and Martin History Matzer<br />

„The Formula SAE ® Series competitions challenge<br />

teams of university undergraduate and graduate students<br />

to conceive, design, fabricate, develop and compete<br />

with small, formula style, vehicles.“<br />

Formula SAE Rule A1.1: Competition Objective<br />

The roots of formula student lie in 1970s Texas, as a<br />

variant to the already existing Mini Baja (competition<br />

for lawnmower-powered offroad vehicles). The idea<br />

resonated well and after a few establishing years, Formula<br />

SAE was introduced as a design competition with a very<br />

open ruleset and also much more „race“ appeal since the<br />

cars were allowed to have engines with siginficant power<br />

comapred to the spec‘d single cylinders in Baja.<br />

The event quickly picked up momentum, and in 1998 it<br />

made the jump over the big pond when Formula Student<br />

UK was the first non-US competition to be held. Soon other<br />

followed and today there are eight official competitions all<br />

over the World:<br />

• Formula SAE Michigan<br />

• Formula SAE Lincoln<br />

• Formula SAE Australasia<br />

• Formula Student <strong>Austria</strong><br />

• Formula SAE Brazil<br />

• Formula Student Germany<br />

• Formula SAE Italy<br />

• Formula Student (UK)<br />

Formula Student <strong>Austria</strong> was founded in 2009 by alumni<br />

of both UAS and TU Graz. The European Formula Student<br />

Scene has been growing rapidly since around 2007 and<br />

there was not only room but need for another competition<br />

besides UK, Germany and Italy. The reception of the event<br />

was quite good, so over the years it grew to its present<br />

size of 42 participants, also necessitating the move from<br />

the Wachauring in Melk to the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.<br />

Also , it was one of the first events to allow the 2010-introduced<br />

Formula student vehicles to compete, for some<br />

years even against each other. Starting <strong>2014</strong>, however,<br />

this was dropped and replaced by a split scoring with two<br />

classes (Combustion/Electric) due to the big development<br />

advances seen in electric vehicles, making them all but<br />

impossible to beat in some aspects.<br />

So what is it all about? Formula Student is an engineering<br />

Design competition that should teach engineering<br />

students some real-world skills relevant to the automotive<br />

and other industries. To sucessfully compete, a team<br />

has to delve into research, design, manufacturing, testing,<br />

developing, marketing, management and finances - this<br />

favors or even requires the formation of multi-disciplinary<br />

teams. This and the fact that Formula Student is as much<br />

a project management exercise as it is an engineering<br />

challenge, it teaches the competitors a valuable and industry-appreciated<br />

combination of soft- and hard skills.<br />

The vehicle itself is governed by a set of internationally<br />

agreed upon rules. The rules have grown pretty complex<br />

over the years (the rule book is now larger than the one for<br />

F1), so here are the defining characteristics:<br />

Vehicle:<br />

• Open-Wheel, Open-Monocoque, Formula-style body<br />

• four wheels<br />

• aerodynamic devices are limited in size<br />

C - Powertrain:<br />

• max. 610 cc four-stroke piston engine<br />

• 20mm Air restrictor<br />

• turbo/supercharging is allowed<br />

E-Powertrain:<br />

• any number of motors and driven wheels<br />

• 85kw peak system power<br />

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Disciplines<br />

The first of the so-called Dynamic Disciplines is the Acceleration.<br />

The car has to accelerate from a standstill and cover<br />

a distance of 75 meters a quickly as possible. Due to a high<br />

power to weight ratio, <strong>FS</strong>AE cars can do this in well below<br />

four seconds with terminal speeds of well over 100 kph, outrunning<br />

almost all road-going sportscars. Each team can<br />

have two drivers, each of them doing two runs.<br />

Maximum Score: 75<br />

2013 Winner: AMZ Racing (ETH Zürich)<br />

In the Skid Pad event the lateral ability of the car is tested on<br />

a figure-eight course. After entering the course, the driver<br />

he has to go round the right circle (right turn) two times, then<br />

round the left circle (left turn) two times - the time for the second<br />

lap of each circle is used to determine the score. Again,<br />

each team has 4 runs split among two drivers.<br />

Maximum Score: 75<br />

2013 Winner: AMZ Racing (ETH Zürich)<br />

The Autcross track is a handling course consisting of turns,<br />

hairpins, straights and slaloms and is roughly 1000 meters<br />

long. Each car enters the track on its own and will do a single<br />

“hot lap“ of the course.<br />

The track is marked using small traffic cones which will,<br />

when hit, result in a two-second penalty.<br />

Each team has two runs for each of their two drivers.<br />

Maximum score: 100<br />

2013 Winner: TUfast Racing Team (TU Munich)<br />

The Endurance race takes part on a closed autocross course<br />

over a distance of 22km. At half-time a driver change is performed<br />

and the car has to perform a hot restart. This event<br />

is driven with multiple cars on the course but overtakes are<br />

performed in special two-lane overtaking zones.<br />

The fuel/energy consumption as well as the laptimes during<br />

the Endurance are used to calculate the Efficiency score.<br />

Maximum Score: 325 (Endurance) / 100 (Efficiency)<br />

2013 Winner Endurance: TUfast Racing Team (TU Munich)<br />

2013 Winner Effy: Lions Racing Team (TU Braunschweig)<br />

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The most important one of the Statics is the Engineering<br />

Design <strong>Event</strong>. During the judging the team has to present<br />

their car to a group of automotive and racing experts. These<br />

judges will check if the design goals have been met, if the<br />

team members understand their design and if it has been<br />

executed well.<br />

Maximum Score: 150<br />

2013 Winner: AMZ Racing (ETH Zürich)<br />

For the Cost <strong>Event</strong>, the teams have to submit a detailed Bill of<br />

materials up front. At the event, their correctness and completenessis<br />

checked an the team is presented with an additional<br />

cost-related task.<br />

During the Presentation <strong>Event</strong>, the teams have to present a<br />

business plan for selling their design to fictional investors.<br />

Maximum Score: 100 (Cost) / 75 (Business)<br />

2013 Cost Winner: Rennteam Uni Stuttgart<br />

2013 Presentation Winner: DUT Racing (TU Delft)<br />

When all the events are over, the scores are added up and<br />

the Winner Over All is determined. Additionally, prices are<br />

given to the best teams in each discipline. From <strong>2014</strong> on, the<br />

scoring is split between cars with electric and combustion<br />

powertrain.<br />

Maximum Score: 1000<br />

2013 Winners: 1. AMZ Racing (ETH Zürich)<br />

2. DUT Racing (TU Delft)<br />

3. Rennteam Uni Stuttgart<br />

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Dingens <strong>Event</strong> Schedule<br />

Martin Matzer<br />

Daily operations<br />

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break (no engine running anywhere)<br />

18:00 – 08:00 no engine running anywhere<br />

20:00 Closing time - everybody has to be off site<br />

Saturday, 16th of August <strong>2014</strong><br />

16:00 Campsite officially open<br />

20:00 - 24:00 Registration @ Red Bull Ring Ticket Counter<br />

Sunday, 17th of August <strong>2014</strong><br />

09:30 Site opens<br />

09:30 – 17:00 Registration open<br />

09:30 – 17:00 <strong>Event</strong> Control open<br />

10:00 – 18:00 Tech Inspection (in the Scrutineering pits)<br />

18:15 Team Photo<br />

18:45 Team Welcome (at the pits)<br />

Afterwards Team Captains & Faculty Advisors Meeting<br />

Monday, 18th of August <strong>2014</strong><br />

07:00 Site opens<br />

07:30 – 08:00 Driver’s Briefing<br />

08:00 – 18:00 <strong>Event</strong> Control open<br />

08:00 – 18:00 Tech Inspection<br />

08:00 – 18:00 Fuel Station open<br />

08:30 – 20:00 Cost <strong>Event</strong><br />

08:30 – 20:00 Engineering Design<br />

08:30 – 20:00 Business Presentation<br />

09:00 – 18:00 Tilt Test<br />

09:00 – 18:00 Noise Test<br />

09:00 – 18:00 Brake Test<br />

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break (no engine running)<br />

13:00 – 18:00 Practice Area open<br />

Tueday, 19th of August <strong>2014</strong><br />

07:00 Site opens<br />

07:30 – 08:00 Driver´s Briefing<br />

08:00 – 18:00 <strong>Event</strong> Control open<br />

08:00 – 18:00 Fuel Station open<br />

08:30 – 17:30 Practice Area open<br />

08:30 – 12:00 Skid Pad<br />

08:30 – 12:00 Acceleration<br />

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break (no engine running)<br />

12:30 – 13:30 Engineering Design Finals<br />

13:00 Driver´s Course Walk Autocross<br />

14:00 – 17:00 Autocross<br />

18:00 Team Photo (alternate date)<br />

Tech / Brake / Tilt / Noise by appointment until 12:00<br />

Wednesday, 20th of August <strong>2014</strong><br />

07:00 Site opens<br />

07:30 – 08:00 Driver´s Briefing<br />

08:00 – 16:00 <strong>Event</strong> Control open<br />

08:00 – 16:00 Fuel station open<br />

08:00 – 08:30 Driver´s Course Walk Endurance<br />

08:30 – 14:00 Practice Area open<br />

09:00 – 15:00 Endurance<br />

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break (no engine running)<br />

17:30 Pits Closing<br />

19:00 -- 22:00 Award Ceremony – Final Gala @ Campsite<br />

Thursday, 21st of August <strong>2014</strong><br />

14:00 Closing of Camping Site<br />

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Competing Teams<br />

Car # Pit # C/E Country University Team Name<br />

3 1 C Germany University of Stuttgart Rennteam Uni Stuttgart<br />

4 2 C Germany Technische Universität München TUfast Racing Team<br />

6 3 C Germany UAS Kempten Infinity Racing<br />

10 4 C <strong>Austria</strong> Technische Universität Graz TU Graz Racing Team<br />

11 5 C <strong>Austria</strong> FH Campus Wien OS.car Racing Team<br />

12 21 E Estonia Tallinn University of Technology Formula Student Team Tallinn<br />

13 6 C Germany UAS Munich municHMotorsport C<br />

14 22 E Netherlands Delft University of Technology Delft University of Technology Racing Team<br />

16 7 C United States Oregon State University Global Formula Racing<br />

18 8 C Germany UAS Darmstadt FaSTDa<br />

19 23 E Germany Technische Universität Braunschweig Lions Racing Team<br />

20 9 C Germany Ulm Einstein Motorsport<br />

21 24 E Germany Bayreuth Elefant Racing<br />

22 10 C Germany UAS Ravensburg-Weingarten Formula Student Team Weingarten<br />

23 25 E Germany Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden Running Snail Racing Team<br />

24 - E Finland Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences Metropolia Motorsport<br />

26 26 E Germany Universität Stuttgart GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart<br />

27 27 E United States Oregon State University Global Formula Racing<br />

29 28 E Germany Dresden University of Technology Elbflorace<br />

31 29 E Germany UAS Munich municHMotorsport E<br />

33 30 E Switzerland ETH Zürich AMZ Racing<br />

34 31 E Germany Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt Schanzer Racing Electric e. V.<br />

35 11 C Serbia Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Road Arrow<br />

41 32 E <strong>Austria</strong> Vienna University of Technology TUW Racing<br />

42 33 E Germany Hochschule Augsburg StarkStrom Augsburg e.V.<br />

44 34 E Germany Technische Hochschule Deggendorf Fast Forest e.V.<br />

49 12 C Germany Friedrich-Alexander-University High-Octane Motorsports e.V.<br />

53 13 C Germany TU Berlin FaSTTUBe<br />

55 14 C Israel Ben Gurion University of the Negev BGR ben gurion racing<br />

56 35 E Germany TU Darmstadt TU Darmstadt Racing Team e.V.<br />

58 15 C Germany University of Paderborn UPBracing Team e.V<br />

64 36 E Germany TU Kaiserslautern Kaiserslautern Racing Team e.V.<br />

65 37 E Germany Hochschule RheinMain Scuderia Mensa<br />

68 16 C Germany UAS Mannheim Delta Racing Mannheim<br />

69 17 C Germany HAW Hamburg HAWKS Racing e.V.<br />

70 18 C Germany UAS Coburg CAT-Racing<br />

74 19 C UK University of Bath Team Bath Racing<br />

76 38 E Germany TU Bergakademie Freiberg Racetech Racing Team TU Bergakademie Freiberg<br />

78 39 E Germany TU Hamburg e-gnition<br />

82 - C UK University of Cambridge Full Blue Racing<br />

95 40 E Germany UAS Esslingen E.Stall Esslingen<br />

99 20 C Germany Hochschule Karlsruhe Technik und Wirtschaft High Speed Karlsruhe<br />

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University of Stuttgart<br />

Rennteam Uni Stuttgart<br />

3<br />

F0711-9<br />

keywords<br />

Yamaha YZF R6<br />

- 4 cylinders<br />

- water-cooled<br />

- dry sump<br />

- displacement: 599 cm 2<br />

E85<br />

4-speed transmission<br />

chain drive<br />

CFRP-Monocoque<br />

CFRP-Rearframe<br />

Aeropackage with<br />

DRS<br />

10“ LC0 Hoosier Tires<br />

Pushrods<br />

weight < 185 kg<br />

The Rennteam Uni Stuttgart was founded in 2005. Since then, the Rennteam has built<br />

successful Formula Student racecars. This year we proudly present the 9 th combustion<br />

car, the F0711-9.<br />

40 Teammembers started in August 2013 to design, engineer and manufacture the new<br />

car, which will now participate at <strong>FS</strong>UK, <strong>FS</strong>G, <strong>FS</strong>A, <strong>FS</strong> Italy and <strong>FS</strong>AE Michigan to defend<br />

the World Ranking Position 1. We wish every team all the best for the event, here at the<br />

Red Bull racetrack and cordially invite you to visit us in our pit or at the campside. #hdgn<br />

Rennteam Uni Stuttgart e.V. Combustion <strong>FS</strong> Team Universtiy Stuttgart www.rennteam-stuttgart.de<br />

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Technische Universität München<br />

4<br />

Car#, Country, TUfast University, Racing Team Teamname<br />

Based on the campus of the Technische Universität München, we are now building our 11th<br />

combustion car. As always, the nb014 is going to incorporate a number of innovations<br />

compared to its predecessors. The aerodynamic package and the suspensions have been<br />

redesigned so that they work in harmony together. The most important evolution is the new<br />

engine: After 10 years with a 600cc Kawasaki straight-4, this year’s car is powered by a light<br />

and efficient 510cc single cylinder engine from KTM.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine KTM 500 EXC<br />

Differential Drexler Limited Slip<br />

ECU Motec M800<br />

Max. power 47 kW @ 9000 rpm<br />

Wheels Hoosier R25B<br />

Fuel E85<br />

Frame Monocoque + Spaceframe<br />

Weight 164 kg<br />

Suspension Double A-Arms, pull rods on the front axle, push rods on the rear axle<br />

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UAS Kempten<br />

Infinity Racing<br />

6<br />

The Infinity Racing Team was established in 2007 by five<br />

innovative students. Since then, Infinity Racing gives<br />

students the unique opportunity to put their theoretical<br />

knowledge into pratice.<br />

The team around Infinity Racing is constantly growing and<br />

now includes 45 students from all faculties of the<br />

University of Applied Sciences Kempten. Original, innovative ideas, teamwork and our constant<br />

urge for improvement assures our success within the Formula Student.<br />

In <strong>2014</strong>, we present our 6th car: TOMSOI VI!<br />

General<br />

Power: 63 kW/ 85 PS | max. 13.900 rpm | Torque: 59 Nm | Weight: 202 kg |<br />

Acceleration 0 – 60mph: 3,7 s<br />

Engine<br />

Yamaha R6 RJ 09 | Capacity: 600 cc | Engine Control Unit: Bosch MS 4 Sport<br />

Drivetrain<br />

Chain drive | Drexler limited slip differential | Electropneumatic gearshift (4 – speed)<br />

Suspension<br />

Double unequal length A-Arms | Aluminium-CFRP hybrid construction |<br />

Front and rear Pushrod actuated Penske Spring/damper units | Wheelbase: 1530 mm |<br />

Track width, front/rear: 1200/1150 | Brakes: 4 piston front calipers, 2 piston rear calipers<br />

Chassis<br />

Steel-Tubular space frame | Carbon fibre reinforced plastics | Resin infiltration technology<br />

Electronics & Informatics<br />

MCU triggered gearbox | LCD Dashboard | Smart MOSFET power controller |<br />

Bosch Motorsport C50 data logging system | 868MHz SRD-band telemetry<br />

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Technische Universität Graz<br />

10<br />

Car#, Country, TU Graz University, Racing Team Teamname<br />

Representing the next step in the evolution of formula student<br />

featuring the TANKIA <strong>2014</strong>.<br />

Emerged out of the finest racing university of Graz<br />

this beast shall be a challenge to be tamed for<br />

other teams.<br />

Following the inventive ideas of the predecessor<br />

team, the newest generation of the TANKIA family<br />

has been given an overall renewal, making it not<br />

only one of the fastest but also the most<br />

aerodynamic of its kind.<br />

Following the gentle curves of the carbon fibre monocoque,<br />

past those hard hollow tubes of the suspension stretching<br />

out to the edge of the TANKIA <strong>2014</strong> - despite this being less<br />

than four metres in length - that’s where you might find the<br />

secret of an unique example of its kind.<br />

Driven neither by petrol nor by gas but by the rhythm of<br />

Helene Fischer.<br />

Summing up: the Tankia <strong>2014</strong> a.k.a. Helene is powered by<br />

an optimized single-cylinder engine, an overall updated aerodynamic chassis as well as a failure-proof<br />

electronic system and a suspension with a performance from your wildest dreams.<br />

Technical Data TANKIA <strong>2014</strong><br />

Engine KTM SX-F 450 combined with KTM<br />

Differential Drexler multiplate LSD<br />

EXC 510 parts<br />

Rythm of the engine 4 stroke (nearly a waltz but faster) Breathing Atemlos a.k.a breathless<br />

ECU (the brain) Bosch MS4 Motorsport Max. power Sufficient<br />

Wheels(Fr/Rr) 6,5 inch wide, 19mm offset, cfrp rim Dimensions<br />

(not 90/60/90)<br />

1550 mm WB/<br />

Track: 1190 mm Front / 1150 mm Rear<br />

Electronic Gadgets<br />

(not the ones you might<br />

expect)<br />

Suspension<br />

(make it bounce)<br />

Fuel<br />

electrically actuated clutch, gearshift<br />

and brake balance; anti stall,<br />

acceleration/launch mode, 2-channel<br />

live-telemetry as well as DRS<br />

Double unequal length A-Arm. Pull rod<br />

and bell crank actuated Öhlins damper<br />

and spring units.<br />

98 octane unleaded gasoline as well as<br />

Helene Fischer<br />

weight<br />

Frame type<br />

(HOT !)<br />

Driver<br />

150kg heavy for a girl, light for a car<br />

one-piece sandwich-structured composite<br />

monocoque<br />

The Stigs <strong>Austria</strong>n cousin<br />

Wings Like an angel but with DRS Best Feature Well just look at her<br />

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FH Campus Wien<br />

Car#, Country, OS.car Racing University, Team Teamname<br />

This car is the first from the FH Campus Vienna and is called „CR-<br />

113“. At the very beginning we started with a simple brainstorming to<br />

determine what we exactly want to built.<br />

First we started to build a seat box made of ply-wood. It was<br />

constructed in order to determine the space required for the driver and<br />

the exact locations for the pedal box and seat location. Based on the<br />

rules, the geometry of the frame could be specified.<br />

For our suspension design we used most of the parts out of<br />

stock. The reason was to ensure both, reliability and<br />

feasibility of the suspension.<br />

To meet our design goals of reliability and feasibility of the<br />

engine assembly following features were selected and<br />

carried out: The drivetrain was built with standard<br />

components. So we could meet our overall design goals.<br />

As defined in our design goals the design of the<br />

electronics is kept as simple as possible.<br />

Wire harness: the wiring takes into account all<br />

necessary components that need to be supplied with<br />

electricity or any signal-processing components. It was<br />

designed in CAD and optimized during manufacturing.<br />

Instrumentation: All the necessary information such as<br />

current gear, neutral or oil temperature is displayed via LED lamps in the cockpit. Thus the aim of<br />

feasibility could be easily realized.<br />

Engine Management: We use a DTA S60 Pro ECU to manage the engine and its components.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine Honda Hornet 600<br />

ECU DTA<br />

Wheels 20.5x7.0-13 R25B<br />

Electronic Gadgets Electro-pneumatic shifting<br />

Suspension Marzocchi ROCO TST R<br />

Fuel ROZ 100 gasoline<br />

Wings N/A<br />

Differential Drexler V1<br />

Max. power 45 kW<br />

Dimensions WB 1600 / TW f 1150 & r1164<br />

weight 271 kg<br />

Frame type steel spaceframe<br />

Driver Victor Klamert<br />

Best Feature selfmade CFK seat, printed Airbox<br />

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Tallinn University of Technology<br />

Car#, Formula Country, Student University, Team Tallinn Teamname<br />

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From a tiny and cold country come a small group of people who call themselves the<br />

<strong>FS</strong> Team Tallinn. In a hidden garage just near the heart of the capital of Estonia is where it all<br />

happens.<br />

Mr Parts assembles the CrMo skeleton. Mr Tom wires up the veins. Super Mario charges the<br />

batteries. Mr Aero gives wings. The PCBs are designed in a basement where there is little radio<br />

coverage. 'Rosebud' drifts to the site in his fire red Datsun and laminates the carbon fibre elements.<br />

He has still not given up hope that one day he is allowed to make an awesome carbon fibre<br />

bonnet for his beloved Datsun. No luck so far, though!<br />

When the electrical 'Beast' is on its wheels and<br />

running, the 'cuddly Teddy Bear' and comrade<br />

Bullfinch can set off to testing it. If<br />

anything should go wrong, then Super<br />

Mario, Stennar, Mr Tom, Herring and<br />

other electronics' geniuses are ready<br />

to step in and save the day.<br />

The entire operation is coordinated by<br />

the managing director comrade<br />

Bullfinch and the board of directors or captains: 'cuddly Teddy Bear', the Moustache and Telly<br />

Tubby. Under their watchful eye everything is coming together and you can come to check us out<br />

in our pit here in <strong>Austria</strong>.<br />

Miscellaneous Data<br />

Number of people named Siim in the team 4 Number of gils in the team 2<br />

Number of spokes on a wheel of FEST14 12 Number of teeth on the steering rack 18<br />

Number of people taken away by the<br />

Estonian army this season<br />

4<br />

Number of buttons on the steering<br />

wheel<br />

Number of team captains 3 Number of corners in the team logo 18<br />

Number of years in 'the business' 8<br />

Number of pneumo cylinders on the<br />

car<br />

3<br />

Number of combustion cars built 5 Number of LEDs in the brake light 30<br />

Number of electric cars built 2 Number of spark plugs 0<br />

4<br />

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UAS Munich<br />

municHMotorsport C<br />

munichmotorsport<br />

ABOuT uS<br />

We are munichmotorsport, Formula Student<br />

team out of uAS munich! Our claim<br />

#PASSiOnWORKS is also our philosophy<br />

- one team, one goal, one motivation: design<br />

a competitive car and go racing.<br />

Since 2005, we have been designing Formula<br />

Student combustion cars. Last season,<br />

we didn’t compete at any events,<br />

though - we had decided to design a two<br />

year car in order to get everything right<br />

with the <strong>2014</strong> car.<br />

That we did, and now we’re back. With a<br />

vengeance. With the PW8.14, and with<br />

the will to perform like we never have performed<br />

before.<br />

Big thanks to our sponsors for supporting<br />

us and to our families for being patient!<br />

We couldn’t do it without you, but every<br />

time we get to watch our car on track, it’s<br />

worth it...<br />

Thanks to <strong>FS</strong>A for organizing the event!<br />

ABOuT ThE cAR<br />

Key facts:<br />

• 179kg overall weight<br />

• 105hp output<br />

• honda cBR600RR engine<br />

• moTec m800 Ecu<br />

• dry sump lubrication system<br />

• modular chassis<br />

• 10 inch wheels<br />

• we don’t have a cooling problem!<br />

#13<br />

#PASSiOnWORKS<br />

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Delft University of Technology<br />

Car#, Country, University, Teamname<br />

Delft University of Technology Racing Team<br />

14<br />

The Delft University of Technology Racing Team consists of 80 team<br />

members from eight different faculties of the university. After building ten<br />

combustion cars the team decided to start building lightweight electric<br />

cars. The team is divided into 5 technical departments and a management-team consisting of 4 people. The<br />

newest car, the DUT14, can be described as an extremely lightweight four-wheel driven electric car<br />

enhanced with aerodynamic devices, a slip ratio controller and a yaw rate controller. All four motors are<br />

placed inside the wheels together with a one-stage planetary transmission. With the self-designed tyres the<br />

team was able to fully optimize the wheel assembly and improve tyre behaviour. This year, aluminium<br />

honeycomb is used as core material for the composite monocoque, reducing the weight of the chassis.<br />

Based on wind tunnel tests and CFD calculations, 725 N of downforce at 60 km/h is achieved with a rear<br />

wing, front wing, and diffuser.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Motors 4x Modified AMK DT5-14 Differential Electronic differential<br />

ECU Self developed Max. power 114 kW<br />

Tyres 368 x 209.5 R254 Apollo Dimensions 1530 WB/ 1150 Track<br />

Transmission 4x One stage planetary<br />

Weight 155 kg<br />

gearbox inside wheel<br />

Brakes Metal matrix composite Frame type Full carbon fibre monocoque<br />

aluminium brake diesk with<br />

modified brake calipers<br />

Accumulator Lithium polymer 138S2P Drivers Mostly Belgian<br />

Aerodynamics Front wing, rear wing and<br />

undertray with diffuser<br />

Best Feature Self designed tyres<br />

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Oregon State University<br />

Global Formula Racing<br />

Global Formula Racing is the first international collaboration of its kind in the history of both the USbased<br />

Formula SAE and EU-based Formula Student programs. The former BA Racing Team from<br />

the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg-Ravensburg (DHBW-R), Germany, and the Beaver<br />

Racing Team from Oregon State University (OSU) combined forces in 2010 to compete as a single<br />

entity. Every year two vehicles are built, one combustion and one electric.<br />

Both universities share physical and intellectual resources to create highly competitive vehicles<br />

worthy of international recognition. Design, manufacturing, and testing occur at both schools<br />

simultaneously - over nine time zones and more than 8600 kilometers away.<br />

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UAS Darmstadt<br />

FaSTDa<br />

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Technische Universität Braunschweig<br />

Car#, Country, Lions Racing University, Team Teamname <br />

19<br />

Established in 2000, the Lions Racing Team from the Technical University of<br />

Brunswick is the 2nd oldest <strong>FS</strong> team in Germany. Consisting of roughly 50<br />

Students from different<br />

departments, we are proud to<br />

welcome our 3rd electric racecar to our family, the LR14.To<br />

reach our goals of becoming faster, lighter, easier to maintain<br />

and to reach a place among the Top 10 teams overall, we<br />

built in a 80% lighter new motor, compromised the battery<br />

package and developed an all new aerodynamic package.<br />

Techical Data<br />

Frame Construction Tubular space frame Number of Motors /<br />

Location / Max Motor<br />

Power<br />

1 / rear / 100kW<br />

Material<br />

4130 steel round material; Motor Type<br />

Enstroj Emrax 228 HV LC<br />

10mm to 25mm<br />

Overall L / W / H (mm) 2896 / 1325 / 1127 Max Motor RPM 5000<br />

Wheelbase (mm) / Track (Fr /<br />

Rr) (mm)<br />

Weight with 68kg Driver (Fr /<br />

Rr)<br />

1545 / 1140 / 1140 Motor Controller UniTek BAMOCAR-D3-<br />

700-400-RS<br />

127 / 166 Differential Drexler <strong>FS</strong>AE, clutch pack<br />

limited slip<br />

Suspension<br />

Double antiparallel<br />

unequal length A-Arm.<br />

Push rod actuated spring<br />

Öhlins / damper, anti-roll<br />

bar<br />

Electronics<br />

wiring harness sealed to<br />

IP55, Multifunction<br />

Dashboard, Live<br />

Telemetry & Data Logging<br />

System<br />

Tyres (Fr / Rr) 205/510 R13 34M,<br />

Continental<br />

Electrode Materials /<br />

Combined Accumulator<br />

Capacity<br />

LiPo / 6,2kWh<br />

Wheels (Fr / Rr)<br />

8x13, 10mm offset, 3pc<br />

AlMgSi1 Rim<br />

Max System Voltage<br />

470V<br />

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Ulm<br />

Car#, Country, Einstein University, Motorsport Teamname<br />

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The Einstein Motorsport Team was founded in 2006. The first car<br />

built by students from Ulm started at Hockenheim in 2006. The<br />

actual car for <strong>2014</strong> is the eighth car in its history. Starting with the<br />

Al'06 (ALbert), every car was a continuous development with<br />

adoption of the parts which were proved in former cars. With a<br />

new monocoque, a Husaberg single-cylinder engine and a whole<br />

new team, the Al'14 will be the lightest car for now - and hopefully<br />

the most competitive.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine Husaberg FE570<br />

ECU Bosch MS4<br />

Wheels 20x7-13 R25B Hoosier<br />

Electronic Gadgets WIFI-Telemetry<br />

Suspension Double A-Arm, Pull rod<br />

Fuel Unleaded fuel 98 ROZ<br />

Wings 404 Error<br />

Differential GKN, Student built housing<br />

Max. power 34 kW, 7100 rpm<br />

Dimensions 1580 WB/ 1215 Track<br />

weight 178 kg<br />

Frame type Monocqoue<br />

Driver Very shy<br />

Best Feature Reliability<br />

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Bayreuth<br />

Elefant Racing<br />

In spring 2004, racing enthusiastic students at the University of<br />

Bayreuth founded „Elefant Racing e.V.“. The name is derived from<br />

the Faculty of Applied Sciences, abbreviation FAN, which shares its<br />

letter string with the clever and powerful animal. Starting into<br />

season 2010/11 we decided to break with our tradition of building<br />

combustion cars and developed our first electrically powered<br />

vehicle. Celebrating the 10th year anniversary of „Elefant Racing<br />

e.V.“, we are very proud to present you our latest race car, the „FR14<br />

Norsu“. Our particular focus was on weight reduction of the<br />

vehicle dynamic units. Therefore we switched from 13“ to 10“<br />

wheels and developed a 10“ hybrid CFRP-Aluminum wheel. General<br />

Furthermore, our car features a self-developed and programmed<br />

electronic control unit. For further in- Empty Weight:<br />

Maximum Speed:<br />

formation, you are very welcome to visit our pit. Acceleration:<br />

Suspension<br />

Wheelbase:<br />

Track:<br />

Chassis<br />

Type:<br />

Weight:<br />

Powertrain<br />

Motor Type:<br />

Max. Motor Power:<br />

Transmission:<br />

Battery<br />

Cell Type:<br />

Combined Capacity:<br />

Control & Driver Information<br />

Inverter:<br />

Driver Interface:<br />

136 km/h<br />

185 kg<br />

3,6 s (0 - 100 km/h)<br />

1530 mm<br />

1200 mm<br />

Steel Space Frame<br />

37 kg<br />

1 x Enstroj Emrax<br />

85 kW<br />

Drive Belt<br />

LiPo<br />

5,5 kWh<br />

Unitek Bamocar D3<br />

Smartphone App<br />

www.elefantracing.de<br />

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UAS Ravensburg-Weingarten<br />

Car#, Formula Country, Student Team University, Weingarten Teamname<br />

22<br />

The Formula Student Team<br />

Weingarten consists of about 45<br />

students, who spent one year to<br />

build their own Formula Student<br />

car. The main aim of the <strong>2014</strong> car,<br />

the "Stinger 14" was to improve the<br />

speed and the reliability of the car.<br />

All in all the goal was to reduce our<br />

weight, but still prevent the stability<br />

of the car. To improve our<br />

performance on the track a new<br />

aerodynamic package was<br />

developed and the driving dynamics<br />

were improved radically. As every<br />

year the car is power by a Honda<br />

CBR 600 RR 4-cylinder engine. It is the first year that not only automotive and mechanical engineering<br />

students take part, but also students from the management faculty of our university.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine Honda CBR 600 Differential Drexler Formula Student<br />

ECU Bosch MS 4 Max. power 90hp<br />

Tyres 20.5x7.0-13 Hoosier R25B Dimensions 1630 WB/ 1200 Track<br />

Electronic Gadgets Display, Logger weight 230 kg<br />

Suspension double A-arm Frame type E355 steel round tubing<br />

Fuel ROZ 98 Drivers to slow<br />

Wings amazing Best Feature paint<br />

Exhaust very loud Brake System ISR caliper<br />

Cooling Student designed radiator Drive Type XW-Ring Chain 520<br />

Fuel System Student designed/built Telemetrie Can to Wifi<br />

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Dingens Site Plan OVERVIEW –<br />

Martin Matzer<br />

Red<br />

11<br />

12<br />

10<br />

6<br />

8<br />

9<br />

4<br />

3<br />

5<br />

7<br />

2<br />

1<br />

13<br />

19<br />

14<br />

Box 32<br />

15<br />

Box 31<br />

Box 30 Box 29 Box 28 Box 27<br />

17<br />

16<br />

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<strong>Event</strong> Area<br />

Bull Ring, Spielberg (AUT)<br />

August, 17 th – 20 th <strong>2014</strong><br />

N<br />

1 Registration<br />

2 Fuel Station<br />

3 <strong>Event</strong> Control, <strong>FS</strong>-Lounge, Business 1 & 2<br />

4 Pits, Charging Area & AVL (Simulator)<br />

5 Scrutineering, Design and Cost <strong>Event</strong><br />

6 Team Truck Parking<br />

7 Tilt, Noise, Rain and Weighing<br />

8 Practice Area<br />

9 Brake Test<br />

10 Visitor Area / Business 3<br />

11 Dynamic Area – Skidpad, Acceleration, Autocross & Endurance<br />

12 Additional Parking<br />

13 Scrutineering Area (Dynamic Passes required)<br />

14 Tilt/Weighing<br />

15 Scrutineering<br />

16 Design & Cost (Mon) / Charging Area (Tue & Wed)<br />

17 AVL Stand & Simulator<br />

18 Charging Area<br />

19 Track Access – Keep clear at all times!<br />

Box 26 Box 25 Box 24 Box 23 Box 22 Box 21<br />

Box 20<br />

Box 19<br />

Box 18<br />

Box 17<br />

Box 16<br />

95<br />

42<br />

41<br />

23<br />

21<br />

69<br />

68<br />

20<br />

18<br />

3<br />

78<br />

76 65<br />

44<br />

64 56<br />

34<br />

33 31<br />

26<br />

29 27<br />

19<br />

14 12<br />

70<br />

99 74<br />

58<br />

55 53<br />

22<br />

49 35<br />

16<br />

13<br />

11<br />

4<br />

6<br />

10<br />

other<br />

<strong>Event</strong><br />

Pit Lane<br />

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Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden<br />

Running Snail Racing Team<br />

Car#, Country, University, Teamname <br />

Since the foundation in 2004, the Running Snail Racing<br />

team is constructing and assembling a new race car in<br />

their small university in the heart of Bavaria, Germany.<br />

True to the motto „Innovation never stops“ , every year the team members are<br />

coming up with new ideas, like the change from combustion to electric drive in 2013,<br />

the construction of a CFK-based full monocoque instead of the steel frame, and last<br />

but not least the centerless wheel drive. As the university is rather small, the<br />

atmosphere is very familiar and the team spirit is an important feature.<br />

With the new RS14, we took the (slightly adapted)<br />

CFK monocoque and the electric drive train from the<br />

RS13 as well as the unique centerless wheel from<br />

the RS12. We created an even more amazing car by<br />

combining the centerless wheel with the electric drive<br />

train. Our electrical engineers constructed and<br />

programmed the control unit themselves and make<br />

sure this way that the car will go wherever the driver wants it to. We are looking<br />

forward to let our RS14 run at Formula Student <strong>Austria</strong> and compete with other<br />

teams.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine TQMA248-172-<br />

030<br />

ECU self-designed Car<br />

Control Unit<br />

Wheels 13“ x7 inch wide;<br />

CFRP Rim base<br />

Electronic self-designed<br />

Gadgets telemetry system<br />

Suspension Doblue unequal<br />

length a-Arms<br />

Fuel electric<br />

Wings Don’t work<br />

Differential -<br />

Max. power 4 x 22,2 kW at<br />

403.2V<br />

Length, 2526mm,<br />

width, 1408mm,<br />

height 1234mm<br />

weight 234 kg<br />

Frame type CRFPmonocoque<br />

Driver Good!<br />

Best self-designed<br />

Feature hubless motors<br />

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Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences<br />

24, Finland, Helsinki Metropolia Metropolia Motorsport Univeristy of<br />

Applied Sciences, Metropolia Motorsport<br />

24<br />

Metropolia Motorsport is the first Finnish Formula Student -team. Our team was founded during the start of<br />

the millennium. First racer saw the daylight during the year 2002 and since then we have been designing<br />

and manufacturing new racer annually. During the year 2013 we changed from combustion racers to electric<br />

racers. There are roughly twenty students who participate and about three of the students graduate from the<br />

project annually.<br />

HPF014E<br />

Our electric racer’s frame was built using Ruukki’s steel tubes and Kevra’s composites for side impact<br />

structure. For this year we are using Hoosier’s LC0 6.0 / 18.0 - 10 with 10” aluminum billet wheels.<br />

Powertrain system is designed for two Emrax 207 electric motors. Torque is been delivered to the rear<br />

wheels using timing belt operated reduction gear. Motor controllers for our racers come from MGM Compro<br />

and are specially modified to fit our needs. Our<br />

6.1kWh battery pack is monitored and controlled by<br />

Orion BMS.<br />

HPF014E’s body panels are made from aramid fibers<br />

to get the best sustainability. For the first time in our<br />

team’s history we designed and manufactured full<br />

aerodynamic kit for the racer. Diffusor has been used<br />

once before on our last combustion model HPF011.<br />

Both rear and front wings are built from carbon fiber.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine 2 * Emrax 207 Suspension Double unequal length A-arms and<br />

pushrod actuated Öhlins TTX25<br />

dampers<br />

Max. power 85 kW Wings Rear and back<br />

Wheels<br />

3pc 10“ bespoke billet<br />

aluminum wheels<br />

Frame type Tubular steel space frame with<br />

composite stress panels<br />

ECU Elektrobit EB 6120 Dimensions 1525 Wheelbase<br />

1210 / 1180 Track<br />

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Universität Stuttgart<br />

E26, Germany, GreenTeam University Stuttgart of Stuttgart,<br />

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GreenTeam<br />

The GreenTeam is driven by the deep<br />

inward urge to always take a step further.<br />

We never only develop the earlier cars, but<br />

we take apart the whole construction and<br />

try to innovate each part of the car - always<br />

with a common goal in mind.<br />

Our 5 th generation car was designed<br />

to be faster, lighter and more efficient<br />

than the Formula Student cars before. The<br />

E0711-5 is powered by a light-weight fourwheel<br />

drivetrain whose maximum total<br />

power of 100 kW accelerates the racing car<br />

from 0-100 km/h in less than 2.2 seconds.<br />

By developing a new full monocoque we<br />

could integrate each part of the car in our<br />

vehicle CFD simulation to design a<br />

completely aerodynamic shaped car. The<br />

optimized full aerodynamic package and the<br />

new delta shaped front wing guarantee the<br />

desired downforce on track.<br />

To reduce the centre of gravity<br />

significantly we revised the packaging<br />

concept of the accumulator and arranged it<br />

as an external under tray. The implemented<br />

electrical control units improve the driveability<br />

of the E0711-5 with torque vectoring,<br />

differential breaking and traction<br />

control as well as recuperation.<br />

E0711-5 – Highlights<br />

Recuperation // Torque vectoring // Four-wheel-drive // Traction control // Weight: 164 kg<br />

Maximum speed: 130 km/h // Power: 136 PS (4 x 25kW) // Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h:


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Oregon State University<br />

E104, Germany, Global DHBW Formula Ravensburg,<br />

Racing<br />

Global Formula Racing<br />

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Global Formula Racing is the first innovative global collaboration of<br />

its kind in the history of both the US-based Formula SAE and EUbased<br />

Formula Student programs. The former BA Racing Team<br />

from the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg-Ravensburg<br />

(DHBW-R), Germany, and the Beaver Racing Team from Oregon<br />

State University (OSU) have combined forces in 2010 to compete<br />

as a single entity.<br />

In the first shared season two identical cars have been<br />

developed and created at both universities. Based on<br />

this concept from 2010 GFR is creating two race cars<br />

each season: one with a combustion motor at the<br />

campus of the Oregon State University and one with an<br />

electrical motor at the Cooperate University (DHBW) in<br />

Friedrichshafen, Germany. The both universities share<br />

physical and intellectual resources over 9 time zones<br />

and 8799 km distance.<br />

For the first time in the history of Global Formula Racing the electric car gets<br />

powered by two motors and a two-stage gearbox. The motors have been<br />

developed in cooperation with Brusa to fulfill the specific requirements of<br />

Formula Student disciplines. The electric energy is provided by 288 LiPo cells<br />

which are monitored by a self-developed battery management system. A<br />

model based vehicle control unit is responsible for the regulation of the<br />

power.<br />

Drivetrain unit: Open half of gearbox<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine 2 x Brusa IPM1 Differential Electric torque vectoring<br />

Motor Controller Brusa DMC514 Max. power 2 x 54kW<br />

Wheels Hoosier 18.0/6.0-10 Dimensions 1488 WB/ 1145 Track<br />

Electronic Gadgets Motec ADL, Gigabox weight 192 kg<br />

Suspension A-arms, Push- / Pull-rod Frame type CFRP/ Honeycomb monocoque<br />

Battery 96s3p 7000 mAh Melasta cell Driver<br />

Wings Front and rear wing with<br />

undertray<br />

Best<br />

Feature<br />

The amazing sound<br />

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Dresden University of Technology<br />

Elbflorace<br />

Car#, Country, University, Teamname<br />

Elbflorace is a group of students enrolled at Dresden University<br />

of Technology. We came together under this name for the first<br />

time in July of 2006! Our team is coined after Elbflorence, our<br />

hometown’s namesake, which titles Dresden Florence on the<br />

river Elbe.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Frame<br />

CFRP Monocoque<br />

Overall Length<br />

3062 mm<br />

Overall Width<br />

1392 mm<br />

Overall Height<br />

1293 mm<br />

Wheelbase<br />

1550 mm<br />

Track (Front / Rear) 1200 mm / 1150 mm<br />

Weight<br />

196,5 kg<br />

Suspension<br />

Double length A-Arm, Push rod<br />

actuated vertically oriented spring and<br />

damper<br />

Tyres<br />

205/510 R13 Continental<br />

Motors<br />

2x Siemens 1FE1051<br />

Max. power<br />

24kW per motor<br />

Max. RPM 40.000<br />

Motor controller<br />

2 Siemens SINAMICS S120 T23<br />

Max System Voltage 600V<br />

Combined Accumulator 7kWh<br />

Capacity<br />

Transmission Ratio 33:1<br />

Drive Type<br />

2 level, spur gear and planetary gear<br />

Differential<br />

Electronic differential<br />

Cooling<br />

1 cooling circuit, located under the left<br />

sidepod<br />

Brake System<br />

4 Disk system, self made rotors with<br />

220mm diameter, AP Racing calipers<br />

This year Elbflorace consists of 70 students of different fields of study<br />

like Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Electrical Engineering,<br />

Economics and Computer Science. We all share the passion for motor<br />

sport and pursue the common goal to successfully participate in the<br />

design competition Formula Student. Our fourth electric race car will<br />

pay tribute to what worked well in the past and surprise with new,<br />

innovative parts and qualities. This year’s highlights are the full aero<br />

package as well as the motors which are incorporated into the hub of<br />

the wheels.<br />

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UAS Munich<br />

municHMotorsport E<br />

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#passionworks<br />

abouT<br />

munich<br />

MoTorsporT<br />

#passionWORKS - not only the name<br />

of our cars but also our guiding principle!<br />

Last season, we took a big step forward<br />

in terms of driving performance<br />

and reliability of the car. This year,<br />

we‘re happy to announce that we<br />

build a car that signifies a big evolutionary<br />

step.<br />

Many new solutions can be found on<br />

our car with the aerodynamics package<br />

being the most obvious one. Combined<br />

with an early roll out giving us<br />

a lot of time for testing, we hope to<br />

improve upon last year‘s results.<br />

Key facts of the PWe5.14:<br />

• 198kg overall weight<br />

• 85kW power output<br />

• Microautobox ii control unit<br />

• torque vectoring<br />

• 346V voltage, 6.5kWh energy cap.<br />

• lithium in cells, 96s9p config.<br />

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ETH Zürich<br />

AMZ Racing<br />

The AMZ Racing Team was founded in 2006 by students from<br />

the ETH Zurich. It is the only swiss formula student team, with<br />

team members from various Swiss universities, making it the inofficial<br />

Swiss national formula student team.<br />

The team is organised in active members and passive members.<br />

The active members are designing, building and testing the car<br />

for the current formula student season. The passive members are<br />

mostly so-called “veterans”, former active team members, which<br />

assist the core team with their knowhow and experience while<br />

maintaining the retired formula student cars.<br />

After competing 3 years with combustion cars, the team<br />

started designing electric cars in 2010. Since then, every<br />

car featured innovative solutions, 2011 the<br />

first self-developed motor, 2012 10”-wheels<br />

and the first aerodynamic package, 2013<br />

4WD and wheel-hub motors and <strong>2014</strong> adaptive<br />

dampers and DRS.<br />

All cars are named after swss alpine passes (albula,<br />

maloja, simplon, furka, novena, umbrail, julier).<br />

The newest car is called grimsel. It features<br />

a one-piece CFRP monocoque, self-developed<br />

AMZ M4 motors, one-piece CFRP rims, triple-foil<br />

aerodynamics, including drag reduction system,<br />

and an adaptive damping system.<br />

Name grimsel<br />

Nickname(s) der Laden<br />

Place of birth Technopark, Zurich<br />

Hair color Carbon-black<br />

Hair style UD-Twill 45<br />

Size 1.13 m high<br />

Weight 169 kg<br />

Favourite color TSAL-red<br />

Favourite food Cones<br />

Favourite sound Ready-to-drive<br />

Favourite movie Herbie<br />

I like ...<br />

Freshly anti-seized<br />

wheel hubs<br />

I hate ... bumpy tracks<br />

I want to become ... reliable<br />

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Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt<br />

Schanzer Racing Electric e. V.<br />

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Car#, Country, University, Teamname <br />

Schanzer Racing Electric e.V. (SRE) is a<br />

student racing team from Ingolstadt in<br />

Germany. The team was founded in 2011 by<br />

five students with the goal to go to Hockenheim in<br />

summer 2012 with a functional racing car. Also,<br />

the university, different sponsors and other<br />

students had quickly interest in the project and<br />

the idea. Within a short time the team has<br />

grown to an acceptable size and it could be<br />

started with the development and<br />

construction of the racing car.<br />

In the first season Schanzer Racing Electric was very<br />

successful and they have already reached the Top 10 in<br />

the World Ranking.<br />

In this year Schanzer Racing Electric will participate in<br />

Formula Student Electric for the third time. The team of<br />

about 70 students of the "Technische Hochschule"<br />

Ingolstadt developed its third car in its third Formula<br />

Student Season ever. With a weight decrease of about<br />

60kg, a carbon fiber monocoque, aerodynamic devices,<br />

torque vectoring and lots of new developments,<br />

Schanzer Racing wants to tie in with the really good<br />

results of the last two seasons. SCHANZER POWER<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine Entroj Emrax Differential Electronic Differential Torque<br />

vectoring<br />

ECU Infineon Hybrid Kit 1 (Pin Fin) Max. power 80kW<br />

Wheels 21.0x6.5 R13 Dimensions 1550 WB/ 1214 Track (Fr)/ 1176<br />

Track (Rr)<br />

Electronic Gadgets Multifunctional Steering Wheel, Weight 240 kg<br />

wiring harness, selfdesigned<br />

Live-Telemetry System, Torque<br />

Vectoring<br />

Suspension<br />

Double equal length A-Arm. Push Frame type Monocoque<br />

rod actuating horizontal<br />

orientated spring-damper<br />

Fuel Unicorn Tears Driver Stig‘s Bavarian Cousins: Manuel,<br />

Thomas and Christoph<br />

Wings Almost everywhere Best Feature Launch Control<br />

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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering<br />

Road Arrow<br />

35, Serbia, University of Belgrade, Road Arrow<br />

Road Arrow is the first and only Formula Student team in Serbia, and we<br />

are extremely proud of that fact. We are representing the University of<br />

Belgrade since November 2010, with the team that comprises of all the<br />

best, smartest, and generally coolest engineering students from five<br />

faculties, which makes our team very rounded-up concerning all the<br />

necessary (formula designing and manufacturing) and not-necessary (barbecuing) skills. The core principles<br />

of our team are professionalism, hard work and devotion, although we also have a ‘party side' – we do live in<br />

Belgrade, one of the greatest party cities in the world. We are especially proud to say that we are very fast<br />

learners, and there is no limit or challenge that we can't overcome as a team. This fact is aplified by the fact<br />

that our engineers do most of the work themselves, from studying the principles for solving the given problem<br />

to actually solving it – perfectly. So, you can see that we will be a serious challenge on and off the track. This<br />

season you can meet us in <strong>FS</strong> <strong>Austria</strong> in our debut in Ostereich, and <strong>FS</strong> Italy, where we are defending our<br />

best result – 10th place overall. You can easily recognize us by great mood and friendly attitude, very very<br />

loud talking (borderline shouting),<br />

Serbian folk music, red-blue-white<br />

colours, and obvious ingenuity.<br />

Also, we are eager to learn as much<br />

as we can from all of you guys – the<br />

best and brightest in the world.<br />

Designing the vehicle for season<br />

<strong>2014</strong>, we had four main goals in<br />

mind: reducing the vehicle overall<br />

weight, achieving better<br />

performance on the track,<br />

implementing some ingenius<br />

engineering solutions, and last but<br />

not least, establishing a constant<br />

learning enviorment that makes us<br />

better each and every day.<br />

Our third car “<strong>FS</strong>RA <strong>2014</strong>“ – University of Belgrade<br />

Road Arrow team<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine Yamaha YZF-R6, 20 mm restrictor<br />

Continuously Variable Intake Manifold<br />

ECU DTA S80 PRO<br />

Wheels OZ Superleggera C 7x13<br />

Tires AVON 7.2/20.0-13 Slick<br />

Electronic Telemetry unit, data log unit, Variable<br />

Gadgets Intake Control unit, driver interface<br />

Suspension Öhlins TTX 25 MKII <strong>FS</strong>AE<br />

Fuel RON 98<br />

Wings Front wing, rear wing and<br />

undertray with diffusers<br />

Differential Own design, limited slip<br />

Max. power 64 kW @ 13000 RPM<br />

Dimensions 1550 WB/ 1200F/ 1150R<br />

Best Feature Continuously Variable Intake<br />

Manifold and Electronics<br />

Frame type Space Frame<br />

Weight 230 kg<br />

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Vienna University of Technology<br />

Car#, Country, University,<br />

TUW Racing<br />

Teamname<br />

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TUW-Racing was founded in 2007 and the EDGE MK1 was the first racing car of<br />

our young and motivated team. Every year we set our goals high to continue our<br />

innovative design and to stay competitive. We are for example the only team<br />

worldwide who successfully implemented a carbon fibre<br />

space frame in our EDGE 2 and EDGE 3 racer. All the 5<br />

previously built cars were motorized by a one cylinder KTM<br />

engine, which was also supercharged in some models.<br />

This year we will again compete against other universities in Silverstone as well as in Hockenheim,<br />

Spielberg and on the Czech Ring with more power than ever. 2 self-developed motors will accelerate the<br />

EDGE 6, our first electric racing car. With<br />

lightweight design of every component<br />

we were able to further decrease the<br />

weight of our car.<br />

Strict organisation of our team and<br />

project management are necessary to<br />

manage this complex and challenging<br />

project. Special thanks goes to our<br />

numerous sponsors – without them we<br />

wouldn’t be able to build such a high<br />

performance racing car year after year!<br />

Last 5 cars with one cylinder KTM engine, supercharged, always one of the loudest cars in the field. This<br />

year transformation to “silent mode” electric drive but with more power than ever!<br />

Carbon over all: one of the cars with the hightest percentage of carbon fiber parts! From large one piece<br />

carbon monocoque to one piece carbon rims and small motor position sensor mounting made from carbon<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine TUWR E1<br />

ECU TTTECH 200<br />

Wheels 18.0 x 7.5 - 10"<br />

Electronic Gadgets Torque vectoring, WiFI<br />

Suspension Double unequal length A-<br />

Arm, pull rod actuated,<br />

horizontally oriented spring<br />

and damper<br />

Fuel LiPo Driver -<br />

Wings Front- and Rearwing Best Feature -<br />

Differential Electronic differential<br />

Max. power 80kW<br />

Dimensions 7.0x10, 25mm offset, one piece<br />

CFRP rim<br />

weight 170 kg<br />

Frame type CFK Monocoque<br />

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Hochschule Augsburg<br />

Car#, Country, StarkStrom University, Augsburg e.V. Teamname <br />

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Starkstrom Augsburg e.V. was founded in 2011 and has about<br />

170 members in <strong>2014</strong>. The Racing Team itself has about 100<br />

Teammembers which work directly on the car or coordinate the<br />

projects with our sponsors. As we build most of the car by<br />

ourselves, we have to bring in a lot of effort for manufacturing<br />

on the one hand, but on the other hand, the in-house production allows us to control the emergence of the<br />

car as best as possible.<br />

This year we participate at the Red Bull Ring for the first time. With our third car, called „Elinor“ we are<br />

looking forward to the challenge on a new racetrack.<br />

For being competitive, we strengthened our design focus on ligthweight solutions. Although we added an<br />

aerodynamic package we were able to reduce the weight significantly. Additional, elaborated electronic<br />

driver assistance systems enhance the driving performance.<br />

UASA 1403 - Elinor:<br />

¥ 3 rd car of Starkstrom Augsburg e.V.<br />

¥ First car with aerodynamic package<br />

¥ 45 kg lighter than its predecessor<br />

¥ Drive torque 2x 600 Nm<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine 2x 1FE11082-6W.10<br />

Siemens<br />

ECU dSPACE MicroAutobox<br />

Wheels 205 / 510 R13 34 M,<br />

Continental<br />

Electronic Gadgets Display for velocity and<br />

maintenance mode, own<br />

developed live telemtry<br />

Suspension Double unequal length A-<br />

Arms, Pull rod actuated<br />

horizontally oriented spring<br />

and damper<br />

Accumulator LiPo, Capacity 6.66 kWh<br />

Wings Front wing, rear wing,<br />

undertray with venturitunnels<br />

Driver Assistance<br />

Systems control, recuperation<br />

Torque vectoring, traction<br />

Max. power 2x 47 kW<br />

Dimensions 1550 WB, 1250 Track front/<br />

1200 rear<br />

Crash structure tailor made nose crash<br />

structure made of aramid and<br />

carbon fibres<br />

Frame type One piece Composite<br />

monocoque with anti rollbar<br />

structures<br />

Weight 260 kg<br />

Best Feature Physical appearance<br />

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Technische Hochschule Deggendorf<br />

Fast Forest<br />

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E44, Germany, Deggendorf IT, Fast Forest<br />

represents the Deggendorf Institute of Technology in Formula Student<br />

events. Our sixth season's team consists of 65 active team members. With FF06 we decided to<br />

design an entirely new car. For the chassis, a CFRP monocoque is used. The wheels are mounted<br />

on a completely revised double wishbone suspension with a pullrod-actuated damping system and<br />

carbon fiber anti-roll-bars and are driven through a new rear-middle-positioned drivetrain with 2<br />

spur gears and 2 Continenal BAS+ motors. With our new telemetry system and the integrated<br />

Raspberry PI we will be able to control all functions of<br />

our car in real time. For power supply an 8.7 kWh<br />

battery package with LIP-cells was fit to Jenny6e. To<br />

keep the car on the ground, an all-new aeropackage<br />

with front and rear wings, sidepods and an undertray<br />

with splitter was designed. Those and many additional<br />

changes will make FF06 ready to race all over Europe!<br />

Technical Data<br />

Motors<br />

2x Continental BAS+,<br />

Continental REX controllers<br />

Position: rear-middle<br />

Differential<br />

None (Torque-vectoring on rear<br />

wheels)<br />

Motor Controller Continental REX Max. power 85 kW<br />

Battery LIP cells, 353V, 8,7 kWh Drivetrain 2x spur gear (transmission<br />

1:10), rear driven<br />

Wheels+Tires OZ 7x13“, Continental C14 Dimensions Wheelbase: 1575<br />

Track: 1208 (front)/1212 (rear)<br />

Suspension<br />

Electronic gadgets<br />

Wings<br />

Double wishbone, pullrodactuated<br />

damping system,<br />

CFRP anti-roll bars<br />

Live-telemetry system with<br />

raspberry PI<br />

Front and rear, splitter plate,<br />

side pods<br />

Weight<br />

Frame type<br />

Best Feature<br />

230 kg<br />

Distribution: 48 (ront)/52 (rear)<br />

CFRP Monocoque<br />

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Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen<br />

Car 49, Germany, High-Octane Friedrich<br />

ch- Alexander-Universität Motorsports e.V.<br />

Erlangen-<br />

Nürnberg, High-Octane Motorsports e.V.<br />

65 students – 5 specialist subteams – 1 team<br />

The non-profit association was founded in 2006 under<br />

the name “High-Octane Motorsports e.V.” and was<br />

entered in the register of associations in the local court<br />

of Fürth.<br />

Our primary goal is to expedite research and science,<br />

as well as to support creativity and qualification of<br />

our association members.<br />

In order to achieve our goal, we plan, design and<br />

build an innovative and unique race car together<br />

every year.<br />

With our car we take part in the design competition<br />

„Formula Student“, where we compete with other<br />

university race teams from all over the world.<br />

All active members are students of different<br />

subjects, mainly technical or economic studies, at the University of Erlangen- Nürnberg<br />

Every single person is included in the whole process, from an initial cost estimate to the roll out of<br />

the finished racing car. As a result, every person develops skills which will help to<br />

improve the transition into working life.<br />

Overall about 65 highly motivated students from various disciplines are working<br />

together in order to develop and build our new racecar.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine Aprilia SXV 550 V2-Motor Differential Proprietary developed limited slip<br />

differential based on Drexler <strong>FS</strong>AE<br />

ECU DTAfast S80 Pro Max. power 56 kW<br />

Wheels FW: Hoosier Racing Slicks 18-6<br />

x 10<br />

Dimensions L: 2884 mm / W: 1435 mm / H:<br />

1078 mm<br />

RW: Hoosier Racing Slicks 18-<br />

7.5 x 10<br />

Electronic Gadgets Live-telemetry via bidirectional<br />

Weight >160 kg<br />

W-Lan-CAN-Interface<br />

Suspension Öhlins TTX 25 MkII <strong>FS</strong>AE Frame type Carbon Monocoque<br />

Fuel E85 Driver Barack Obama jr.<br />

Wings<br />

Front and rear wing with<br />

innovative side plate concept<br />

Best Feature<br />

Super motor, super mono, super<br />

aero, SUPERGEIL<br />

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TU Berlin<br />

FaSTTUBe<br />

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Coming from the capital of Germany<br />

from the Technische Universität Berlin<br />

(Berlin Institute of Technology) FaST-<br />

TUBe is now in its ninth season and<br />

ready to continue its run in successfully<br />

engineering, constructing and racing<br />

in the Formula Student.<br />

With around 40 students<br />

from all different<br />

majors and interests,<br />

FaSTTUBe is steadily<br />

working on perfecting<br />

their racecar and its<br />

performance. But not<br />

only technical skills are<br />

required to be a part<br />

of FaSTTUBe. A wide<br />

range of skills is necessary<br />

when it comes to<br />

putting all the pieces together<br />

and working towards a goal as<br />

a team and as a unit. At FaSTTUBe it’s<br />

all about teamwork. Everybody is aware<br />

of their own value for the team and<br />

the responsibility they have for its success.<br />

Furthermore the combination of<br />

the skills and the knowledge acquired<br />

during the courses at the Berlin Institute<br />

of Technology and actually putting<br />

this knowledge to work in the garage<br />

and meeting rooms of FaSTTUBe is inevitable.<br />

Every year FaSTTUBe puts great effort<br />

in not only following up the good results<br />

from previous years, but also to<br />

further improve the benchmarks set<br />

in the racing but also in the construction<br />

and marketing categories. The<br />

strive for success is what unites everybody<br />

at FaSTTUBe and is the motor<br />

that keeps the team growing. Over the<br />

past few years many alumni have begun<br />

their working careers at all kinds<br />

of manufactures and different companies,<br />

all of whom were either sponsors<br />

for FaSTTUBe or willing to help in the<br />

not always easy challenge of successfully<br />

constructing and building a new<br />

FaSTTUBe racecar.<br />

All in all FaSTTUBe is a highly motivated<br />

racing team made up of individuals<br />

who not only share a passion for<br />

racing but also a motivation to work<br />

towards success as a team. All of us are<br />

looking forward to having a great time<br />

at Formula Student <strong>Austria</strong> this year.<br />

We hope to meet other teams from all<br />

over the world to share our passion, to<br />

talk about racing and technology and<br />

joy<br />

this beautiful sport!<br />

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Engine<br />

Weight<br />

Suspension<br />

Frame<br />

Aerodynamics<br />

BMW G450x//altered compression//Fuel E85 //55 bhp//0-100Km/h 4.0s<br />

180 Kg<br />

<br />

precision cut steel tubes//25CrMo4<br />

full aerodynamics kit//frontwing//rearwing//underbody tray<br />

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Ben Gurion University of the Negev<br />

BGR ben gurion racing<br />

Car 55, Israel, Ben Gurion University, BGR<br />

“A single dream is more powerful than a thousand realities.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien<br />

We, Ben Gurion racing, from Ben Gurion<br />

University in Israel, feel that such is our<br />

story. We come from a small country with<br />

no automotive industry nor race tracks<br />

and extremely draconian legislation<br />

against motor sports.<br />

Team BGR is the very first <strong>FS</strong>AE team in<br />

Israel - 4 years ago we have created<br />

something unheard of in Israel and are<br />

now leading the field of racecar<br />

manufacture domestically. Our success<br />

has paved the way for other universities<br />

in Israel to launch their own <strong>FS</strong>AE<br />

projects. Last year, 3 teams raced in <strong>FS</strong>AE Italy alone. We believe that by reaching a high position in worldwide<br />

rankings we will leverage our achievements to promote motor sports in our country and possibly develop the<br />

automotive industry. Therefore, success for us is also a mission.<br />

Our group consists of 34 students divided into 16 different teams. Each team has its own freedom of action<br />

defined within the limits & restrictions of the team’s guidelines, because in this way the team members can<br />

express their own personal talents best. As expected from a team whose aspirations are high, for the first time<br />

in Israel, we have put our best efforts into producing the front chassis from Carbon fibers laminates instead of<br />

steel tubing. Also, the gearbox has been redesigned and custom manufactured.<br />

We believe the most important ingredients for success are courage, innovation, work ethics and black coffee.<br />

Gallons of black coffee. With no sugar. This is an opportunity for you to meet the Israeli team. Our mentality<br />

is very clear. Serious when required and frivolous when we can.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine Yamaha XJ6 600cc ECU MoTeC M400<br />

Max. Power 81.2HP @ 10200RPM Max. Torque 67NM @ 7400RPM<br />

Wheels 20x7.5-13 R25B Hoosier Suspension Double A-Arm<br />

Differential Drexler LSD Weight 199kg<br />

Track Width 1230mm Overall Length 2734mm<br />

Wheel Base 1550mm Frame Type Semi-Monocoque\Steel Tubing Frame<br />

Innovative Features<br />

Electric ECU Controlled Shifter<br />

Custom manufactured Gearbox<br />

DogBone Chain Tension System<br />

Semi-Monocoque Frame<br />

Dual Data Acquisition System (Both Dynamic & Static)<br />

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TU Darmstadt<br />

Car#56, Germany, TU Darmstadt TU Racing Darmstadt, Team e.V. DART Racing<br />

About the Team<br />

The TU Darmstadt Racing Team (DART) has been found 2005, being at <strong>FS</strong>G 2006 with their<br />

first car, the alpha2006. In 2012 the team made the change in starting the development of<br />

an electrical powertrain. After participating in last year´s <strong>FS</strong> <strong>Austria</strong> 2013 we are here for the<br />

second time as an electrical team. Over 30 highly motivated students from various fields of<br />

study have worked on this year’s car, the Iota<strong>2014</strong>. The foundation therefor has been set 10<br />

months ago with the attempt of a fully new designed car and a two motor concept.<br />

the iota<strong>2014</strong><br />

By creating a completely new chassis and<br />

suspension, we decided to take the<br />

know-how from last year`s electrical<br />

powertrain and start with a new<br />

packaging. We set our focus on a twomotor<br />

concept, in order to apply an<br />

electronic torque vectoring. Therefor the<br />

main components of our drive train, the<br />

motors and a gear box, have been selfdesigned.<br />

Also the capacity of the battery<br />

has been set to a sustainable standard to get the possibility to achieve endurance lap times comparable to<br />

the autocross event. Following last year’s attempts of an aerodynamic front- and rearwing, we are now<br />

introducing a further optimized aerodynamic package with a DRS system.<br />

Despite all these features our main goal was to reduce the weight of the car to minimum in team history.<br />

DART-Racing is looking forward to an interesting and hopefully successful Formula Student <strong>Austria</strong><br />

competition. Therefor we would like to thank all sponsors and supporters who make the participation in<br />

Formula Student <strong>Event</strong>s possible.<br />

Technical Data<br />

Dimensions 2977 mm long, 1416 mm wide,<br />

1180 mm high<br />

Weight 195 kg<br />

Frame Type CFRP Monocoque<br />

Wheels 15 inch low section Pirelli<br />

Suspension Cfrp A-Arms, air spring/damper<br />

Capacity 7 kWh<br />

Motors 2x Brusa<br />

Voltage 420 V<br />

56<br />

Max. power 51 kW<br />

Max. Troque 42 Nm<br />

weight 195 kg<br />

Differential Electronic Torque Vectoring<br />

Aerodynamic Front- and Rearwing, Undertray<br />

Best Feature Endless Telemetrie range<br />

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University of Paderborn<br />

Car#, Country, UPBracing University, Team e.V Teamname<br />

58<br />

We are the UPBracing Team e.V., a<br />

team consisting of aspiring mechanical<br />

engineers, electrical engineers,<br />

industrial engineers, informatics and<br />

international economists studying at<br />

the University of Paderborn. Our team<br />

was founded in 2006 and ever since<br />

has grown in several ways. We are a<br />

self-organised Formula student Team<br />

with young highly motivated members.<br />

At this point we purposely do not want<br />

to illustrate our whole team’s history<br />

but would like to mention some<br />

highlights and recent developments. Our aspirations have grown with the competition which is why<br />

this season was characterised by major changes.<br />

The PX214 is the eighths step in the ongoing process of increasing the performance of our cars.<br />

This year our car comes with a new aerodynamic package, 10” tires and a hybrid chassis. By<br />

means of those new parts we are going to improve the cornering speed of the PX214 by increasing<br />

the maximum transmittable lateral force.<br />

Following the famous slogan ‘to finish<br />

first you have to finish first’ the main goal<br />

was to increase the reliability of our car<br />

while maintaining low weight and high<br />

efficiency. We have also put a lot of<br />

effort in the analysis of the vehicle<br />

dynamics with a self-developed<br />

measurement system. Our passion for<br />

motorsports and engineering motivates<br />

us to go the extra mile and act beyond<br />

our obligations. The PX214 is a further<br />

milestone in the history of the UPBracing<br />

Team. In the long run we want to<br />

compete with the best teams around the world.<br />

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TU Kaiserslautern<br />

Kaiserslautern Racing Team e.V.<br />

64<br />

Für das erste E-Auto<br />

stand ein Konzept im<br />

Vordergrund der Entwicklung,<br />

das eine solide<br />

Grundlage für die erfolgreiche<br />

Teilnahme an allen<br />

dynamischen Disziplinen<br />

der “Formula Student<br />

Electric” (<strong>FS</strong>E) bietet und<br />

zugleich die Basis für zukünftige<br />

Weiterentwicklungen<br />

darstellen kann.<br />

Enge Kurven und kurze Sprints prägen die Streckenführung des Wettbewerbs. Um<br />

diesen Eigenschaften der dynamischen Disziplinen Rechnung zu tragen, zielte die Auslegung<br />

des Fahrzeugs auf eine maximale Elastizität ab. Neben der Fahrdynamik war<br />

auch die Dauerfestigkeit ein wichtiger Aspekt, um bei der “Endurance” konkurrenzfähig<br />

zu sein. Nur wer seinen Formelwagen ideal auf die unterschiedlichen Disziplinen abstimmt,<br />

kann gute Ergebnisse einfahren und sich erfolgreich behaupten.<br />

In den kommenden Jahren wollten wir unser Fahrzeug schrittweise um komplexere<br />

Konzepte erweitern. Dazu gehören beispielsweise Bremskraftrückgewinnung und die<br />

Nutzung von Torque Vectoring bei der Motoransteuerung, sowie die weitere Gewichtsreduktion<br />

durch Leichtbau. Bei Optimierungen im Bereich des Fahrwerks greifen wir auf<br />

ein Telemetrie-System zurück, das wir selbst entwickeln und kontinuierlich ausbauen.<br />

Dabei wird die effiziente Nutzung der Erfahrungen<br />

und Erkenntnissen aus unseren<br />

ersten beiden <strong>FS</strong>E-Saisons eine wesentliche<br />

Rolle spielen. Denn es gilt nicht nur,<br />

innovative Neuerungen zu integrieren, sondern<br />

auch erkannte Defizite auszumerzen.<br />

Deshalb legen wir besonderen Wert auf Dokumentation<br />

und Wissensweitergabe.<br />

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Hochschule RheinMain<br />

Scuderia Mensa<br />

This team didn‘t submit an entry for this program,<br />

so here‘s a picture of a cat instead:<br />

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UAS Mannheim<br />

Car#68, Germany, Delta UAS Racing Mannheim, Delta Racing<br />

68<br />

This year, we designed an all-new lightweight concept sporting a lightweight space frame, 10 inch<br />

wheels, new suspension with new kinematics, one-cylinder KTM EXC 500 engine and a first-time<br />

aerodynamic package in Delta Racing history.<br />

This season, we strive for reliability an successful on-track as well as good statics.<br />

So come over to our pit, meet our fantastic team and check out our brand new car!<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine KTM EXC 500 modified<br />

ECU manufacturer supplied<br />

customizable ECU<br />

Wheels Keizer 6x10,5 inch<br />

backspacing, 3 pc rim<br />

Electronic Gadgets adjustable engine mapping<br />

and shift timing, electronic<br />

activated clutch<br />

Suspension double unequal length CFK<br />

A-Arm, direct actuation<br />

Fuel 98 octane unleaded gasoline<br />

Wings adjustable 3 Element Wing at<br />

front and rear<br />

Differential Drexler clutch pack limited slip<br />

differential, preloaded<br />

Max. power 40 kW at 9000 rpm<br />

Dimensions 2954/1377/1500 L/W/H /<br />

1200/1150 F/R Track<br />

weight 180 kg ready to race<br />

Frame type Tubular space frame<br />

15mm - 30mm dia<br />

Driver The Stig brothers<br />

Best about 100 kg lighter than last<br />

Inovation year car!<br />

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HAW Hamburg<br />

HAWKS Racing e.V.<br />

In <strong>2014</strong> HAWKS Racing proudly presents the 10th generation of our Formula Student<br />

racecar. The H0X is the result of the know-how gathered over 12 years of Formula Student<br />

experience combined with the hard work of 45 students of different fields of study.<br />

Our team designed a car with its advanced ergonomics, mainly featuring an adjustable<br />

pedal box as well as specially adapted driver’s seat and steering wheel developed in compliance with the<br />

driver to guarantee maximum drivability. The driver is additionally supported by a Bosch M4 ABS system, a<br />

traction control and a homogenous engine torque curve – increasing performance of driver and car.<br />

Focusing on weight reduction, the H0X is our first car with a layup and core material optimized full body<br />

CFRP monocoque supported by an aluminum frame structure.<br />

The heart auf our car is the Kawasaki<br />

ZX6R engine featuring coated and<br />

weight reduced components to<br />

increase efficiency. Different enginemappings<br />

guarantee optimal engine<br />

characteristics the characteristic for<br />

each event discipline.<br />

Our 3D-simulated aero dynamic package consisting of an undertray as well as front and rear wings was<br />

further optimized and is positively influenced by the monocoque geometry.<br />

Come and visit us - we are looking forward to seeing you in our pit!<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine Kawasaki ZX6R (2001)<br />

ECU Ole Buhl EFI Euro 4 ECU<br />

Wheels Continental 205/510 R13<br />

Electronic Gadgets Power management units<br />

Suspension Double unequal length A-<br />

Arm. actuated spring /<br />

damper. Adj. Roll bar.<br />

Fuel RON 100<br />

Wings (lift/drag coef.) 3.2 front / 2.8 rear<br />

Differential limited slip differenzial,<br />

acceleration 40°->60%,<br />

deceleration 50°->42<br />

Final drive<br />

Max power/ Power: 10100 RPM Torque:<br />

torque RPM 8700 RPM<br />

Dimensions 1649 WB/ 1170F – 1138R Track<br />

weight 205 kg<br />

Frame type Full body CFRP Monocoque /<br />

Aluminum support frame<br />

Shift actuator Mechatronic clutch and shifter<br />

Best Feature Bosch M4 ABS, traction control<br />

Be part of the passion - be HAWKS<br />

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UAS Coburg<br />

Car#, Country, University, CAT-Racing Teamname<br />

70<br />

CAT-Racing (Coburg Automobile Team) enters in <strong>2014</strong> its 7th Formula Student<br />

Combustion season. The 50 members are motivated students from different courses<br />

of study. The growing standards and knowledge in every new season lead to deeper<br />

scientific work and more complex design.<br />

For the current car, the “C-14 Gepard” the team converts three main<br />

alterations at the suspension, the chassis and the new aerodynamic<br />

package.<br />

Constructing the components as small as possible is one of the rule<br />

to minimize weight. The switch from 13” to 10” rims was the first<br />

decision at the suspension, which affects all other parts. Together<br />

C-14 Gepard front view<br />

with materials, who allows extreme lightweight designs the<br />

suspension was designed for a car with aerodynamic forces at both axles. The two wings are designed with two<br />

selective adjustable flaps and one main profile, getting the optimal downforce by maintaining a reasonable dragcoefficient<br />

in each disciplines of the Formula Student. The main design goal of this year chassis was to ensure<br />

maximal torsional stiffness to optimize working conditions for the suspension. Therefore CAT-Racing designed their<br />

first hybrid carbon fibre monocoque. The power of the 4-zylinder engine and the individual design of the cooling<br />

system, the airbox with variable intake runners and the titanium exhaust system prepared the “C-14 Gepard” for all<br />

driving situations. The electrical system was enhanced with a display with an integrated data-logging-module. This<br />

system logs data from a variety of sensors like brake pressure, lambda sensor, coolant temperature.<br />

In the season <strong>2014</strong> the team participates at the <strong>Event</strong>s in Hockenheim (DE), Spielberg (AT) and Barcelona (ES).<br />

C-14 Gepard side view<br />

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University of Bath<br />

Team Bath Racing<br />

Team Bath Racing have competed in<br />

Formula Student since 2001, with an entirely<br />

new cohort of team members each<br />

year. This presented a clean sheet of<br />

paper for the <strong>2014</strong> team, comprising of 25<br />

undergraduates.<br />

The focus of this new car has been on<br />

a lightweight, tuneable and ergonomic<br />

chassis, with significant aerodynamic enhancements.<br />

To meet this aim we have<br />

designed a completely new CFRP monocoque<br />

with a steel rearframe to achieve<br />

ideal torsional stiffness, weight reduction<br />

and engine accessibility. The Aprilia<br />

550cc 2 cylinder engine has been selected<br />

to provide excellent drivability and<br />

torque with a low engine mass of 32kg.<br />

Our outboard suspension assembly<br />

features some exciting integration and<br />

weight saving concepts through combining<br />

the wheel centre and hub into one<br />

component, plus a unique manufacturing<br />

additive manufactured intake system has<br />

been developed on the dynamometer to<br />

improve torque by 10% across the range<br />

by optimising fuel and air mixing.<br />

The careful implementation of advanced<br />

materials in integrated designs<br />

gives this car potential to excel in the<br />

static and dynamic events. We will also<br />

compete in Germany and <strong>Austria</strong> this<br />

year. Thank you to our sponsors including<br />

BP, M+W Group and Cytec Industrial Materials.<br />

Please visit:<br />

facebook.com/teambathr<br />

www.teambathracing.com<br />

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TU Bergakademie Freiberg<br />

Racetech Racing Team TU Bergakademie Freiberg e.V.<br />

76<br />

With our 8th entry at the <strong>FS</strong>G we are once again looking<br />

forward to a great season. The RTo8 is the 3rd electric race<br />

car, combining new ideas like the casted inverter housing or<br />

the redeveloped casted rear frame with traditional concepts<br />

like the magnesium bodyshell. Our focus on an obvious lighter<br />

car than last season despite a new designed aeropackage<br />

will hopefully give us the chance to improve our last years<br />

results. We are eagerly awaiting the upcoming events!<br />

Frame Construction<br />

tubular steel space frame with<br />

CFRP reinforcements<br />

Material<br />

25CrMo4 and CFRP<br />

Dimensions L/W/B (mm) 3170/1404/1240<br />

Wheelbase (mm) 1530<br />

Track (Fr/Rr) (mm) 1200/1160<br />

Weight with 68 kg driver 139/139<br />

(Fr/Rr)<br />

Suspension<br />

double unequal lenght A-Arms,<br />

Pull rod actuated spring/damper,<br />

ARB with adjustable blades<br />

Tyres (Fr/Rr)<br />

Continental C14 205/510 R13<br />

Engine<br />

two (rear right; rear left) 40 kW<br />

BOSCH SMG 138/80 with 15.000<br />

RPM<br />

Motor Controller BOSCH INV 2.2<br />

Combined Accumulator 6.5 kWh<br />

Capacity<br />

Cooling<br />

motors and motor controllers are<br />

seperatly watercooled, twin side<br />

pod mounted radiators<br />

Brake System<br />

self designed casted calipers<br />

and rotors with 210mm diameter,<br />

adjustable brake balance<br />

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TU Hamburg<br />

e-gnition<br />

With its first apperance<br />

at the Formula<br />

Student <strong>Austria</strong>,<br />

representing the<br />

Hamburg Univesity of Technology, the Team e-<br />

gnition Hamburg consits of sixty students from<br />

almost all the diffrent faculties of the TUHH.<br />

Founded in 2011 e-gnition Hamburg developed<br />

the third electrical Formual Student race-car<br />

of its history. Based on the technical expertise<br />

made in the past years the egn14 lost another<br />

50kg to increase the performance on track.<br />

This became possible by using new accumulator<br />

cells, light weight concepts and different engines,<br />

which provide the same power than before<br />

while having a reduced mass. Also e-gnition<br />

Hamburg focused on using more environmental<br />

friendly materials. To meet this goal the body of<br />

the egn14 is made of natural fibres.<br />

This great car would never have been designed<br />

without the support of our sponsors and friends!<br />

Thank you for your ongoing support!<br />

Engine 2x 207 Emrax motor<br />

Wheels Hoosier R13x7<br />

Electronic<br />

features<br />

Torque Vectoring<br />

Traction Control System<br />

Cockpit Display<br />

Max Power 85 kW<br />

Weight 220 kg<br />

Frame Tubular space frame<br />

Construction<br />

Features NFRP Bodyworks<br />

Suspension Double unequal length A-<br />

Arms<br />

Push rod actuated spring<br />

and damper with U-anti<br />

roll bar<br />

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University of Cambridge<br />

Full Blue Racing<br />

82<br />

This team didn‘t submit an entry for this program,<br />

so here‘s a picture of a cat instead:<br />

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UAS Esslingen<br />

#95, Germany, E.Stall Esslingen UAS Esslingen, E.Stall<br />

95<br />

The E.Stall Esslingen was founded in 2012 and is the electric Team of the<br />

UAS Esslingen with the Rennstall Esslingen as its sister team. We are a<br />

small team of about 15 people located in Goeppingen with a great passion<br />

for racecars and especially electric ones. On the 27 th of May we finally<br />

presented, toghether with the Rennstall, our electric racecar EVE ‘14 and the<br />

combustion racecar Stallardo ’14 on a double rollout.<br />

Our latest car EVE ‘14 arose out of hard work,<br />

innovation, lightweight design and team spirit true<br />

our motto AIM HIGH. We managed to decrease<br />

the weight of EVE ’14 by a third compared to our<br />

last year car. Amongst other things we introduced<br />

a monocoque, advanced aerodynamics and<br />

drivetrain to EVE ’14.<br />

We’re looking forward to a great event season!<br />

Picture: campushunter<br />

Technical Data<br />

Engine 2 x Enstroj Emrax 207<br />

Max. Power 140kW / 85kW<br />

Cell configuration 144s2p<br />

Wheels Hoosier R25B 7,5x10<br />

Suspension SLA with pushrods<br />

CAN 2 separate CAN-Busses<br />

Gearbox Student built epicyclic gearing<br />

TS-Voltage 600V<br />

Energy 6,66kWh<br />

Frame Hybrid monocoque<br />

weight 200 kg<br />

GLV-System 25 Control Units (18 student<br />

built)<br />

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Hochschule Karlsruhe Technik und Wirtschaft<br />

Car#, Country, High University, Speed Karlsruhe Teamname<br />

99<br />

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<strong>FS</strong>A on the intertubes<br />

: fsaustria.at<br />

youtube.com/user/fsaustria<br />

flic.kr/photos/fsaustria<br />

fb.com/FormulaStudent<strong>Austria</strong><br />

@fsaustria<br />

FORMULA STUDENT AUSTRIA<br />

Impressum<br />

Herausgeber:<br />

<strong>FS</strong>A Bewerbsorganisation<br />

Plüddemanngasse 39<br />

8010 Graz<br />

Gestaltung;<br />

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Julia Feirer<br />

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