FS Austria Event Programme 2016

Official event programme containing information on the competition, site plan and competing teams.

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Foreword 4

The FSA Team 6

Our partners 8

Formula Student 13

Disciplines 14

Event Schedule 16

Competing Teams 17

Site Plan

32 (Centerfold)

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Attention all teams,

Dear friends of Formula Student Austria,

It is a great pleasure for us to welcome all of you to this

years’ Formula Student Austria (FSA) event.

Oh, how time flies...this year FSA is already

held for the 8th time, and for the 6th time at our

current location, the Red Bull Ring. Many of the

FSA organizers have been in the FS game for

10 years or more, but the great atmosphere and

spirit of FS and FSA especially still makes it an

enjoyable and unique experience every year.

This year we have again implemented many

gradual improvements at the event, most of

them behind the scenes where they make the

vent run more smoothly. Much more apparent changes are

the embiggened areas for the statics (Design & Cost) which

should provide you with a less cramped experience during

judging and also the much roomier scrutineering box.

Another FSA first is the availability of an on-site welding

service kindly provided by SLV.

There was also a change in the management of FSA, Martin

Matzer, who led the organizing team for the past three

seasons retired and handed the lead to Christoph Hirt.

Speaking of the steering committee, if you look at the following

pages you will notice that FSA seems to be run by

just 6 people. This is only partly true. Indeed, for most of

the year the steering committee keeps FSA running, but it

would be utterly impossible for us to run an FS Event, let

alone one like FSA without the support of lots and lots of

helping hands from all over the world. Therefore we would

like to thank all of the reviewers, judges, scrutineers and

other staff members who sacrifice their free time and

bring their experience, expertise and passion to FSA and

make this event possible (and awesome!).

Another big „Thank you“ has to go out to all the teams

(you!) who chose to come to FSA and make it

one of the most competitive FS events in the

world. Especially in a season like this, with an

FS event every week from July, 14th till the

28th of August this cannot be taken for granted

and is a big honor for us,

But since making FSA happen on good spirits

and motivation alone is not possible, we also

teamed up with partners and supporters in the

industrial sector. They not only help make FSA

a reality, they can also offer you the possibility to graduate

from FS into an interesting and fulfilling job in engineering,

Many of them are on-site so go talk to them and see what

carreer options they can offer you!

That leaves little more to say than wishing you good luck

for the event; have fun; and maybe find some new friends!

Best regards and keep on racing,

Lukas Raschendorfer

& The FSA Team

For live timing & coverage

of the event go to

> fsaustria.at/live

„As a former formula student team member it

is great to see the world from the other side.“

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Formally known as the FSA Steering Committee

Christoph Hirt | Event Manager

Christoph HIRT

Taking the torch from former lead Martin Matzer Christoph

Hirt is determined to further FSAs lead in the „small but

mighty“ class of FSAE events. He hit the [FSAE] ground

running during the formation of an FSE Team 2009 and

joined FSA in 2013.

Christoph Lorenzutti | Sponsor Relations, Scoring

Part of the FSAE circus since 2005, Christoph can look back

on a lot of experience in the series. Working on aquiring

new supporters for FSA throughout the year, his main responsibility

at the event is the scoring system.


Ralph Moser | IT, Timing, HR


As FSA‘s tame IT professional, Ralph makes sure that all

the electronic systems at the event, from timing to team

internet, play nice. During the rest of the year his responsibility

is recruiting the staff and judges, without whom FSA

would not be possible.

Michael Müller | Dynamics

Former FSAE Team Manger and powertrain guy, Michael

has the oversight over all of the dynamics. During the night

you may catch a glimpse of him placing cones and making

the very special FSA course a reality.

Michael MÜLLER

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Lukas Raschendorfer | Rules, International Relations


After multiple years as "Sparkie" for both C&E FSAE cars,

Lukas joined FSA and is now responsible for the rules,

also taking FSA‘s chair in the FSAE world committee.

A racecar engineer by day, a designer by night he also creates

most of FSA‘s graphical designs.

Benjamin Möller | Rules, Head Scrutineer

With several years of experience as C- and E-car team

captain as well as FSG & FSA scrutineer, Benjamin joined

the FSA Steering Committe for the 2016 event. He is responsible

for the interpretation of the more technical parts

of the rulebook as well as the technical inspection at the


Benjamin MÖLLER

A whole lot of Volunteers | Making FSA happen

Six guys may be enough to organize the event, but to actually

run the event a much greater number of people is

needed. This is where all of our red-shirted volunteers

step in and take over all the tasks from scrutineering to

fetching the cones that were ungently removed from their


Like the steering committee, they are all volunteers, dedicating

their free time and holidays to providing you a great


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Our partners

AVL is the world’s largest privately owned company for development,

simulation and testing technology of powertrains (hybrid,

combustion engines, transmission, electric drive, batteries and

software) for passenger cars, trucks and large engines.

Currently operating 6.200 employees in 45 locations worldwide,

with a turnover of Eur 1.015 million, the proportion of company-financed

research is approx. 12.5%.

Every day AVL is developing cutting-edge solutions for our clients. We are pushing ahead to realize visions and set new standards.

We are looking for people who have the drive for excellence and the ambition to become part of an advanced team of

professionals. For those who join us, the opportunities are endless.


Mentor Automotive engineering software tools enables

the global automotive industry, as well as making software

grants to Formula Student teams. Established in 1981, Mentor

has sales of $1.2 billion and global R&D sites including in Germany.

Mentor tools are available in these categories:

VeSys & Capital for Electrical Systems, Cabling & Harness

• Flowmaster for 1D CFD (fluid and thermal, excellent for EV cooling analysis

• FloEFD for 3D-integrated CFD integrated inside popular 3D CAD SW.

• PADS for PCB design - excellent auto-routing capability

• Hyperlynxfor PCB Reliability Checking -, lowers risk of endurance event failures

• SystemVision for Electrical Systems Simulation - for electrical simulation, ties to Simulink®

• CodeBench Embedded Software - tools- for coding/debug support for ARM-core ECUs

• Nucleus RTOS for Embedded Software automotive-grade RTOS with CAN support

• Volcano for Automotive Networking tools - simulation for CAN vehicle networks)



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Driving excellence. Inspiring innovation.

Magna is one of the most diversified automotive suppliers in

the world and designs, engineers and manufactures a variety of

products including body, chassis, exterior, seating, powertrain,

electronic, vision, closure and roof systems and modules, as well

as complete vehicle engineering and contract manufacturing. Our

diverse product expertise makes us an ideal partner for young

engineers and enables us to share best practices on all aspects of the vehicle development process. With more than 300

locations across 29 countries, we invite you to network with our global team and learn more about the fast-paced nature of

the automotive industry.

JOHAM & Partner GmbH

You are an engineer and searching for a job?

We can help you to find the job you love. We are a job agency

located in Graz-Seiersberg and find jobs for engineers in areas

such as: IT, mechanical engineering, automation, and electrical

engineering. Our cooperation with many international companies

located in Styria offers you a wide range of jobs, which

gives you a good chance to find the one you are happy with. 15

years of expert knowledge distinguish us from our competitors and make us your reliable partner in your job hunt.


Our services:

• CV checks

• Advocate and bridge-builder for attractive jobs

• Job mediation

• Consulting and orientation aid

• Our service is free of charge for you

Get more information and find our jobs on johampartner.at and like us on Facebook

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KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG, with its headquarters in Mattighofen,

is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of motorsport


Our product portfolio ranges from race-ready offroad and

street motorcycles to ATVs and the lightweight X-Bow sports

car, as well as PowerParts and PowerWear.

Qualified and highly-motivated employees are our most important success factor.

So if you share our passion and would like to accomplish your own aims with KTM, visit


DEWESoft® is one of the most innovative total solution

data acquisition companies on the market. The vision of the

company is to have single easy to use software package with

highly integrated hardware capable of doing any kind of measurements.

With having the whole chain in hands from hardware

design, manufacturing and software design to global

sales, marketing and technical support we are covering many different applications in Automotive, Aerospace & Defence,

Power, General Industry, Transportation and Civil engineering. Our motivation and inspiration for the future comes from

great relations established with our customers worldwide.

We are really proud to say that people are the biggest asset of the company. Our team consists of highly educated and motivated

people, who are passionate about their work and share the same vision. Due to extremely fast grow and gaining big

market recognition, we are always looking for bright talents to join our global team.



Grazerstrasse 7

Social media:

8062 Kumberg https://www.facebook.com/DEWESoft-184975818205514


Tel: +43 3132 2252

Mubea Carbo Tech’s main focus is on complete consistency

from the projection through to construction, strength design,

model building, mold making and final testing. In this way the

customer has a partner for a cost-efficient total solution, whether

it’s the manufacture of a single prototype or a whole series. In

order to manufacture high-end composites, extensive hardware

and software solutions are required. That´s the reason why we

are a “Tier 1” supplier.

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Measuring and testing: the guiding principal is the basic need for

safety. Questions regarding current, voltage, resistance and energy

are essential for the reliable evaluation of electrical processes.

Our products, system solutions and services are conceptualized

and developed for the fields of:

• Electrical measuring and test technology

• Energy management

• Measuring transducers

• Control technology

• Power supply technology

• Recording technology

• Customer service

Consistent alignment to our customers’ requirements has resulted in our positioning as a worldwide market leader. This has

made many things easier for our customers. A broad spectrum including consulting, project engineering, products, training

and services: We offer everything from a single source. We’re well known all over the world for successful implementation

of customer-specific solutions. We’d like to make work easier for you in the future as well with innovative products, system

solutions and services.



Riedel Communications was founded in 1987 and today employs

over 350 people spread over 12 locations in Europe, Australia, Asia

and the Americas. The company operates in three business fields:

Manufacturing: Riedel designs, manufactures and distributes the

most sophisticated intercom, fiber, audio and radio technology for

customers worldwide in the broadcast, pro-audio, event, sports and

theatre industries.

Rental Service: The rental service provides wired and wireless intercom solutions, IT infrastructure for events, accreditation

& ticketing systems as well as radio and fibre-based audio and video transmission systems. Riedel offers extensive services

including project planning, logistics, set-up and operation.

Radio Distribution: Riedel is one of the biggest authorized Motorola business partners in Europe and operates one of the

biggest radio rental businesses worldwide.

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Advanced Engineeering Software for Industry &

for Formula Student Teams Worldwide


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Scope and Martin History MATZER

„The Formula SAE ® Series competitions challenge

teams of university undergraduate and graduate students

to conceive, design, fabricate, develop and compete

with small, formula style, vehicles.“

Formula SAE Rule A1.1: Competition Objective

The roots of formula student lie in 1970s Texas, as a

variant to the already existing Mini Baja (competition

for lawnmower-powered offroad vehicles). The idea

resonated well and after a few establishing years, Formula

SAE was introduced as a design competition with a very

open ruleset and also much more "race" appeal since the

cars were allowed to have engines with siginficant power

comapred to the spec‘d single cylinders in Baja.

The event quickly picked up momentum, and in 1998 it

made the jump over the big pond when Formula Student

UK was the first non-US competition to be held. Soon other

followed and today there are eight official competitions all

over the World:

• Formula SAE Michigan

• Formula SAE Lincoln

• Formula SAE Australasia

• Formula Student Austria

• Formula SAE Brazil

• Formula Student Germany

• Formula SAE Italy

• Formula Student (UK)

Formula Student Austria was founded in 2009 by alumni

of both UAS and TU Graz. The European Formula Student

Scene has been growing rapidly since around 2007 and

there was not only room but need for another competition

besides UK, Germany and Italy. The reception of the event

was quite good, so over the years it grew to its present

size of 42 participants, also necessitating the move from

the Wachauring in Melk to the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.

Also, it was one of the first events to allow the 2010-introduced

Formula student vehicles to compete, for some

years even against each other. Starting 2016, however,

this was dropped and replaced by a split scoring with two

classes (Combustion/Electric) due to the big development

advances seen in electric vehicles, making them all but

impossible to beat in some aspects.

So what is it all about? Formula Student is an engineering

Design competition that should teach engineering

students some real-world skills relevant to the automotive

and other industries. To sucessfully compete, a team

has to delve into research, design, manufacturing, testing,

developing, marketing, management and finances - this

favors or even requires the formation of multi-disciplinary

teams. This and the fact that Formula Student is as much

a project management exercise as it is an engineering

challenge, it teaches the competitors a valuable and industry-appreciated

combination of soft- and hard skills.

The vehicle itself is governed by a set of internationally

agreed upon rules. The rules have grown pretty complex

over the years (the rule book is now larger than the one for

F1), so here are the defining characteristics:


• Open-Wheel, Open-Cockpit, Formula-style body

• four wheels

• aerodynamic devices are limited in size

C - Powertrain:

• max. 610 cc four-stroke piston engine

• 20mm Air restrictor (19mm for E85)

• turbo/supercharging is allowed


• any number of motors and driven wheels

• 80kw peak system power

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The first of the so-called Dynamic Disciplines is the Acceleration.

The car has to accelerate from a standstill and cover

a distance of 75 meters a quickly as possible. Due to a high

power to weight ratio, FSAE cars can do this in well below

four seconds with terminal speeds of well over 100 kph, outrunning

almost all road-going sportscars. Each team can

have two drivers, each of them doing two runs.

Maximum Score: 75

2014 Winner C: CAT Racing (UAS Coburg)

2014 Winner E: AMZ Racing (ETH Zürich)

In the Skid Pad event the lateral ability of the car is tested on

a figure-eight course. After entering the course, the driver

he has to go round the right circle (right turn) two times, then

round the left circle (left turn) two times - the time for the second

lap of each circle is used to determine the score. Again,

each team has 4 runs split among two drivers.

Maximum Score: 75

2014 Winner C: Global Formula Racing (Oregon/Ravensburg)

2014 Winner E: AMZ Racing (ETH Zürich)

The Autcross track is a handling course consisting of turns,

hairpins, straights and slaloms and is roughly 1000 meters

long. Each car enters the track on its own and will do a single

“hot lap“ of the course.

The track is marked using small traffic cones which will,

when hit, result in a two-second penalty.

Each team has two runs for each of their two drivers.

Maximum score: 100

2014 Winner C: Global Formula Racing (Oregon/Ravensburg)

2014 Winner E: GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart

The Endurance race takes part on a closed autocross course

over a distance of 22km. At half-time a driver change is performed

and the car has to perform a hot restart. This event

is driven with multiple cars on the course but overtakes are

performed in special two-lane overtaking zones.

The fuel/energy consumption as well as the laptimes during

the Endurance are used to calculate the Efficiency score.

Maximum Score: 325 (Endurance) / 100 (Efficiency)

2014 Winner C: GFR / FaSTTUBe (TU Berlin)

2014 Winner E: AMZ Racing / Racetech (TU Freiberg)

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The most important one of the Statics is the Engineering

Design Event. During the judging the team has to present

their car to a group of automotive and racing experts. These

judges will check if the design goals have been met, if the

team members understand their design and if it has been

executed well.

Maximum Score: 150

2014 Winner C: Global Formula Racing (Oregon/Ravensburg)

2014 Winner E: AMZ Racing (ETH Zürich)

For the Cost Event, the teams have to submit a detailed Bill of

materials up front. At the event, their correctness and completenessis

checked an the team is presented with an additional

cost-related task.

During the Presentation Event, the teams have to present a

business plan for selling their design to fictional investors.

Maximum Score: 100 (Cost) / 75 (Business)

2014 Cost Winner C: High Octane (TU Erlangen)

2014 Presentation Winner C: Global Formula Racing

2014 Cost Winner E: Racetech (TU Freiberg)

2014 Presentation Winner E: GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart

When all the events are over, the scores are added up and

the Winner Over All is determined. Additionally, prices are

given to the best teams in each discipline. From 2014 on, the

scoring was split between cars with electric and combustion


Maximum Score: 1000

2014 Winners C: 2014 Winners E:

1. Global Formula Racing 1. AMZ Racing

2. CAT Racing (UAS Coburg) 2. DUT Racing (TU Delft)

3. High Octane (Erlangen) 3. Global Formula Racing

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Daily operations

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break (no engine running anywhere)

18:00 – 08:00 no engine running anywhere

20:00 Official closing of the site


Sunday, 31 st of July 2016

15:00 Camping badges @ RBR ticket counter

16:00 Campsite officially open

20:00 - 24:00 Registration open @ Red Bull Ring ticket counter

Monday, 1 st of August 2016

09:30 Site opens

09:30 – 17:00 Registration open

09:30 – 17:00 Event control open

10:30 – 18:00 Tech inspection (in the scrutineering pits)

13:00 – 18:00 Tilt, noise and brake open

13:00 – 18:00 Fuel station open

18:15 Team photo

18:45 Team welcome (at the pits)

Afterwards Team captain and faculty advisor meeting

Tuesday, 2 nd of August 2016

07:00 Site opens

07:30 – 08:00 Driver’s briefing

08:00 – 18:00 Event control open

08:00 – 18:00 Tech inspection

08:00 – 18:00 Fuel station open

08:00 – 20:00 Cost event

08:00 – 20:00 Engineering design

08:30 – 20:00 Business Presentation

09:00 – 18:00 Tilt test

09:00 – 18:00 Noise test

09:00 – 18:00 Brake test

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch break (no engine running)

13:00 – 18:00 Practice area open

Wednesday, 3rd of August 2016

07:00 Site opens

07:30 – 08:00 Driver’s briefing

08:00 – 18:00 Event control open

08:00 – 18:00 Fuel Station open

08:30 – 17:30 Practice area open

08:30 – 12:00 Skid pad

08:30 – 12:00 Acceleration

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch break (no engine running)

12:30 – 13:30 Engineering design finals

14:00 Driver’s Course Walk Autocross

15:00 – 18:00 Autocross

18:00 Team photo (alternate date)

19:00 – 19:50 Business presentation final

20:00 – 21:00 Award ceremony part 1 (statics)

Tech / brake / tilt / noise on appointment until 12:00

Thursday, 4th of August 2016

07:00 Site opens

07:30 – 08:00 Driver’s briefing

08:00 – 16:00 Event control open

08:00 – 15:00 Fuel station open

08:00 – 08:30 Driver´s course walk endurance

08:30 – 14:00 Practice area open

09:30 – 15:00 Endurance

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch break (no engine running)

17:30 Pits closing

19:00 Award ceremony part 2

– 22:00 Beer and music @ campsite

Friday, 5th of August 2016

14:00 Closing of Camping Site

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Competing Teams

Car # Country University Team Name

1 United States Oregon State University Global Formula Racing

2 Austria TU Graz TUG Racing Team

E3 Germany DHBW Ravensburg Global Formula Racing

E6 Germany UAS Nuremberg Strohm + Söhne

7 Germany KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KA-RaceIng

8 Germany UAS Kempten Infinity Racing - Rennteam der Hochschule Kempten e.V.

11 Austria FH Campus Wien Os.Car Racing Team

E12 Germany University of Bayreuth Elefant Racing e.V.

12 United Kingdom Cardiff University Cardiff Racing

E13 Germany UAS Munich municHMotorsport

13 Germany UAS Munich municHMotorsport

16 Austria U.A.S. Graz joanneum racing graz

E16 Germany KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KA-RaceIng

17 United Kingdom Loughborough University LUMotorsport

E26 Germany Universität Stuttgart GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart

28 Germany University of Kassel Herkules Racing Team

29 Germany Universität Stuttgart Rennteam Uni Stuttgart

31 Germany Technische Universität München TUfast Racing Team

E31 Germany Technische Universität München TUfast e-Technology

E33 Switzerland ETH Zürich AMZ Racing

E34 Germany Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt Schanzer Racing Electric

39 Germany Hochschule Heilbronn HHN Racing e.V.

E40 Netherlands Technische Universiteit Eindhoven University Racing Eindhoven

E41 Austria TU Vienna TUW Racing

E42 Germany TU Clausthal Green Voltage Racing

43 Germany HTWG Konstanz Bodensee Racing Team

E44 Germany Deggendorf Institute of Technology Fast Forest

44 Germany Hochschule Ulm Einstein-Motorsport

E45 Germany Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg BRS Motorsport

53 Germany Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe OWL Racing-Team

60 Germany UAS Weingarten Formula Student Team Weingarten

E61 Germany UAS Aalen E-Motion Rennteam Aalen

62 Germany Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg Dynamics e.V.

E63 Norway Norwegian University of Science and Technology Revolve NTNU

66 Australia Monash University Monash Motorsport

69 Germany HAW Hamburg HAWKS Racing e. V.

E69 Germany UAS Augsburg Starkstrom Augsburg e.V.

E76 Germany TU Bergakademie Freiberg Racetech Racingteam TU Bergakademie Freiberg e.V.

E78 Germany Hamburg University of Technology e-gnition Hamburg

E96 Germany Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau WHZ Racing Team

E99 Germany RWTH Aachen University Ecurie Aix Formula Student Team RWTH Aachen e.V.

99 Germany UAS Karlsruhe High Speed Karlsruhe

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Oregon State University

Global Formula Racing


Global Formula Racing is an international

collaboration in Formula Student. In 2010 the

former US based Beaver Racing Team from

Oregon State University (OSU) and EU based

BA Racing Team from Duale Hochschule

Baden-Wurttemburg-Ravensburg (DHBW)

Germany joined forces to create one Team.

Both schools share physical and intellectual

resources to create highly competitive racecars

worthy of international recognition. Design,

manufacturing, and testing occurs at both

schools simultaneously throughout the year,

over nine time zones and more than 8600

kilometers away.

We are looking forward to meeting you in the

pits and on track in Spielberg!

Vehicle Specs

BRAKE Brembo AP calipers, Tilton

master cylinders, student

designed rotors

BSCD 96mm bore / 62.1 mm stroke /

1 cylinder / 449cc

COOLING Rear mounted oil and water

coolers / 625 cfm 9" fan


Chain drive



FR/RR TRACK 1125 mm

FRAME CFRP monocoque

MATERIAL Carbon, steel, aluminum,







2835 mm long, 1345 mm wide,

1200 mm high

SUSPENSION Direct acting shocks


WEIGHT w/ 150 lb driver: 480

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TU Graz

TUG Racing Team


The TU Graz Racing Team has participated in Formula Student

Events for quite a long time and our newest car is the 13th

iteration of the TANKIA family. Although we built great cars in the

past there is always room for improvement. This years model, the

TANKIA 2016 or ‘Gitte’ as we decided to call her, was designed to be

even faster, lighter and more reliable than her predecessors. For more

detailed information please refer to the table below.

With that in mind, we are highly anticipating the season and are poised

to achieve great results at our home race in Spielberg, just about 85 km

away from our workshop. Until now it’s one of the few race tracks in

Europe where we haven’t managed to take the top spot so far. The

team behind the TANKIA 2016 consists of around 40 students. Although

most of us are engineers there are also members form different facilities helping the team with their

experience and expertise, creating a great mixture unified by chasing after one common goal: getting the

best result for Gitte during the 2016 season.

Technical Data

Chassis Type one-piece carbon Suspension

pull rod/push rod

fibre monocoque front/rear

Engine KTM 510 EXC Tires Hoosier 10” LC0

Fuel RON 100 Wheelbase 1550 mm

Max. Power 45 kW @ 9500 rpm Track front/rear 1197 mm/1167 mm

Max. Torque 52 Nm @ 7000 rpm Weight front/rear 50.5%/49.5%

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KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology



This team didn’t bother to submit a team page, so the FSA social media cats team created one for them.

You’re welcome.

Lacking a wind tunnel as well as proper prototype parts, the

significance of early aero tests was seriously doubted

By the end of the testing phase we hope to consistently outrun

the guy with the computer

Some Formula Student experts argue that teams have

taken the recent trend of engine downsizing too far

Informed sources tell us that the KIT16 loves to party

All Images ©KA raceIng facebook page

In case of electronics troubles you sometimes have to resort

to unconventional mehods like laying on hands and chicken


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UAS Kempten

Infinity Racing - Rennteam der Hochschule Kempten e.V.


About US

The Infinity Racing Team was established in 2007

by five innovative students. Since then, Infinity Racing

gives students the unique opportunity to put their

theoretical knowledge into practice.

The Team changes some of its members year by year so every year we are looking for

some new motivated young engineers who wants to be part of

Infinity Racing.

The team around Infinity Racing is constantly growing and now includes 58 students from

all faculties of the University of Applied Sciences Kempten. Original, innovative ideas,

teamwork and our constant urge for improvement assures our success within the Formu-

la Student. In 2016 we present out our 8th car: TOMSOI VIII !

Some Facts about THE CAR

Engine power: 63 kW/ 85 HP, max. 13.900 U/min

torque: 59 Nm

weight: 229 kg

acceleration: 0 – 100 km/h: 3,9 s

engine: Yamaha R6 DOHC in-line four-cylinder RJ09

engine displacement: 600 ccm

Motor control unit: Bosch MS 4 SportLaunch Control


tyre temperature sensors


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FH Campus Wien

Os.Car Racing Team


vast quantityies of beer

40 teammembers

4 girls

8 modules

1 year

anti-roll bar

pushrod suspension

Honda Hornet 600 - 79 hp

350 m electrical wiring

polyamide airbox

ultra light lealther seat

carbon fiber steering wheel

Continental 510/205-R13

245 kg weight

www.facebook.com/os.car.racing www.campus-racing.at www.twitter.com/CampusRacing

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Cardiff University

Cardiff Racing




Cardiff racing


About Cardiff Racing

Cardiff Racing is the Formula Student team based at Cardiff University, Wales, UK. We like to pride

ourselves on our high quality engineering design and professionally built cars that don’t cost a

fortune to produce! Using well chosen materials and refined techniques we build a car that is

capable of competing with the very best as is proven by our top ten result at FSUK (2014), top 4 at

FSCZ (2015) and top 42 at FSA (2016).

We have enjoyed an excellent pre-season including many hours of hard work in the design studio

and the fastest combustion FSA quiz time! Furthermore, strong performance in testing leaves us

hopefull of a good result at FSUK, FSA and FSH.

Key Data:

Engine: Aprilia SXV 550

Drivetrain: Chain final drive, Drexler Formula

Student Differential

Chassis: Aluminium honeycomb/steel spaceframe


Suspension: Unequal length A-Arm (steel)

Electronics: Motec ECU, National Instruments

powered data logging, wireless telemetry and

communication system

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UAS Munich


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U.A.S. Graz

joanneum racing graz


Since at least last season, everybody knows

that the Weasels are speedy. With the cars

before they had very successful seasons. But

their newest member, the jr16, is ready, hungry

for the competition and fast. Very fast.

The team worked extremely hard, day

and night for months, to build a even

better car than last season. The jr16 is

light, agile and a joy to drive. During the

very successful phase of testing it already

proved its power and strength.

The Weasels are the members of joanneum

racing graz and located at the University

of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM at Graz.

Their studies in Automotive Engineering

equip them with the skills to

build a state-of-the-art race car, which

rules the tracks of Formula Student.

The FSA is a very important competition

for joanneum racing graz, as it takes

place in their home country Austria.

The beautiful Styrian setting makes it

easy to have a great time at the event.

The team is also looking forward to the

upcoming Formula Student events in Germany

and Japan, which will be the first

Asian event for the team. With their motto

“Never stop pushing” always in mind

there is nothing stopping them now.


Engine: self-developed 2-cyclinder


Power: 16,25 Weasels

Duct tape used: at least 1,2 kilometers

Aerodynamic level: Eurofighter

Weight: enough

Sleeping Time: zero

Working time per team member: all

Coffee per day: 3,2 hectoliter

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Loughborough University


LUMotorsport is a team run entirely in their spare time, competing

successfully in the UK and Europe since 2004. 2016 starts a new chapter in

the team’s history, with a change of engine from the common Honda

CBR600RR to a Stroked and Turbocharged version

of the Triumph 675 Daytona.




Wheels and






Max. Power






2016 Triumph

675 Daytona

short stroked to


MoTeC M800

with PDM, TCMux

and EDL3

Hoosier R25B

20.5 x 7.0 – 13

Braid Formrace

16 Wheels

Double Unequal

length A-Arm, Pull

Rod Actuated

98 Ron

4 Element Front


3 Element Rear

Wing with Flap


Drexler LSD

100bhp @


80Nm @





Track F/R

205 kg without


T45 and CDS

Steel Spaceframe

with Composite


The Team would like to thank all

of our sponsors, team members and the

University for allowing the hard work and dedication

of the team members to be put into action here at FSA this year.

Follow what we get up to on Social Media at the links below:

www.lumotorsport.com www.twitter.com/lumotorsport www.facebook.com/lumotorsport


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University of Kassel

Herkules Racing Team


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Universität Stuttgart

Rennteam Uni Stuttgart

Car#, Country, University, Teamname

Europe is ready for the F0711-11! After a successful season with

the F0711-10 and the successful comeback to the top of the world

ranking list before the summer competitions 2016 (second place

after FSAE Michigan 2016) the F0711-11 and its team is

determined to continue the positive results to get to the absolute


Therefore the F0711-11 combines both, approved systems and a lot of innovations. The developments of

the new car are based on a realistic laptime simulation and on our three main goals complete, finish and

win. Therefore the Chassis consists of the approved hybrid design made of the CFRP monocoque and the

steeltube rearframe. This is made for a better serviceability and also to guarantee maximum testing time.

The F0711-11 has a modular heave-spring-system to keep the performance at this high level. This year

especially the revolutionized aerodynamic package attracts the attention of the eyes. Compared to last

year’s aero package the F0711-11 generates over 30% more downforce and big steps forward were also

taken at downforce while cornering. We also rearranged some engine components to allow a very high

aerodynamic efficiency. But also the engine was optimized especially for better fuel efficiency and for a

constant torque output which results in a better driveability. The external design with the white and blue

chassis parts and the sharp nose show immediately that the car belongs to the Rennteam family.

For this season the Formula Student Austria competition is our second after FS United Kingdom. We will as

well go to Formula Student Germany and Spain and we look forward to a great performance at every single

competition to – according to our philosophy – keep up with the successes of the last


The most important feature of any

fast car definitely is a great team

with the ability to work together

even in difficult situations. Again

our association says thanks to all

the team that put everything it had

into this car and the Formula

Student competitions.

Technical Data

Engine Yamaha YZF-R6

ECU MotecM800

Wheels 4

Electronic Gadgets Electronic what?

Suspension Heave Spring System

Fuel E85

Wings Many of them

Differential Drexler

Max. power 85hp

Dimensions 1630 WB/ 1120-1140 Track

weight 255 kg /w driver

Frame type Hybrid

Driver Fast

Best Feature Moody

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Technische Universität München

TUfast Racing Team


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Hochschule Heilbronn

HHN Racing e.V.

Technical Data

Vmax.: 105kph

Max. Torque: 42 Meowtonmeter

Max. Power: 46 PS/34 kW

Engine Husqvarna 530ccm


Weight: 190kg

Frame Type: Steelframe

Electronic Gadgets: Launch

Control, Traction Control


Fuel: Kerosene

The Team

The new Formula Student Team of UAS Heilbronn

was established in the Season 2014/15, and changed

its name from KÜHN Racing to HHN Racing.

Our current team is put together by 40 members

out of 10 different Studies.

We worked over the Season with the highest

motivation to reach one goal: 4

Pure Happiness

Getting through Endurance and still being the happiest

Team at the contest. In order to reach that we

refined our engineering and made our second car,

the HNR16, about 80kg lighter than the first one.


This huge step was possible due to a strict diet and

the intelligent use of carbon fibre. We also kept the

modified Husqvarna one-cylinder engine.

Nevertheless, we didn’t waive the Aeropackage this

Season, we actually improved it to get a more effective


Also the steelframe is completely new developed

and saved one or another kilogramm.


Throughout the year we were all looking forward to

this great event with great competitors in Austria.

Hopefully we are able to compete successfully on

this event with the support of our new

mascot “Heilbrumm”.

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HTWG Konstanz

Bodensee Racing Team


Located directly at the lake of constance, we are heading towards our 11th Fomular Student

season. We are very happy to be part of Formula Student Austria 2016 and to compete with

great teams from all over the world. After a very disappointing season in 2015 we are highly

motivated to give our best to achieve the most succesful season in our team‘s history!

With the ILTIS16 we built a completely new car. We focussed

on lightweight design, centralization of the mass, a low

center of gravity and to ensure good ergonomics.

Furthermore we put lot of effort into the aerodynamic

package to increase the downforce

to it‘s maximum. The needed

power is provided by a

modified Suzuki GSX-R

600cc engine.

Where are

the kangaroos?

Did somebody

say kangaroo?

A big thanks to all of our sponsors! Without your ongoing support we

would not be able to be part of the great FS familiy year after year.

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1 Registration

2 Fuel Station

3 Event Control, FS-Lounge, Business 1 & 2

4 Team Pits & AVL Booth

5 Scrutineering, Design and Cost Event

6 Team Truck Parking

7 Tilt, Noise, Rain and Weighing

8 Practice Area

9 Brake Test

10 Visitor Area / Business 3

11 Dynamic Area – Skidpad, Acceleration, Autocross & Endurance

12 Additional Parking

13 Scrutineering Area (Dynamic Passes required)

14 Tilt/Weighing

15 Scrutineering

16 Design & Cost

17 AVL Booth

18 Charging Area

19 Track Access – Keep clear at all times!

20 Welding Station / Powertool Area

Warmup / Engine Test

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Hochschule Ulm


The Einstein Motorsport Team was founded in 2006. The first car built by

students from Ulm started at Hockenheim in 2006. The actual car for 2016 is

car number ten in the team's history. Starting with the Al'06 (ALbert), every

car was a continuous development with adoption of the parts which were

proved in former cars. With a new developed carbon monocoque and a

Husaberg single-cylinder engine the Al'16 will be the first car with a ten inch

kinematics. The Al´16 is the lightest car we have ever built and hopefully the

most competetive.

Technical Data

Engine Husaberg FE570, 1 cylinder Differential GKN, student built


ECU Bosch MS6.2 Max. power 34kW/ 7100rpm

Wheels 195/65/ZR15 Dimensions 1535 WB/ 1180 Track

Electronic Wi-Fi Telemetry, PDS, shift Weight



control unit

Suspension Double unequal length A- Frame type Monocoque

Arms, Pull rod

Fuel Unleaded Fuel 98 ROZ Driver Korbinian Beckert

Wings Front and rear wing Best Inovation 30kg lighter than last


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Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe

OWL Racing-Team


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UAS Weingarten

Formula Student Team Weingarten

Car#, Country, University, Teamname

The Formula Student Team Weingarten (FSTW) is the racing team of UAS Weingarten, established in 2008.

The FSTW relies on more than 50 students and a considerable number of sponsors. Together with our university and

sponsors it was possible to build our 8 th car this year.

Our „Stinger 16” is based on 13” wheels, has an adjustable

aerodynamic package consisting of front, rear and side

wings, is powered by a Honda four-cylinder engine and

merged to a hybrid chassis with CFRP floor and panels

bonded to a steel space frame.

Thanks to all our supporters who helped us

making our dream come true.


- Engine: Honda CBR600RR PC40 /4 cyl.

- Fuel: ROZ 98

- Fuel system: CFRP fuel tank

- Lubrication system: Dry sump

- Differential: Drexler FS differential

#FSTW #ussefahre



- Frame: welded tubular steel space frame,

reinforced with CFRP sandwich panels


- Adjustable front and rear wing

- symmetric side wings and cooling


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- Suspension: pull-rod activated

spring and damper system with

double A-Arms (steel) attached to

a welded steel sheet upright

- Wheels: 4 bolt connection with

13” OZ magnesium rims and

Hoosier tires


Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg

Dynamics e.V.


#62, Germany, Ostbayerische Technische

Hochschule Regensburg, Dynamics e.V

AWAKE THE BEAST! This is not just our slogan, this is the pulsative heartbeat that

drives the whole team to maximum effort! And yes, this year we created a Beast

– the RP16c.

Goal for the season of 2016 is to reach the Top 5 at FSA to become one of the

German top teams. With a highly motivated and strong

team and a reliable concept of our combustion race car

RP16c we are able to meet our target. Last season

we made a big leap and learned a lot. All the won knowledge and

experience was used to deliver this RP. Last but not

least we would like to thank all of our

sponsoring partners for their great

support this season!

Engine Honda CBR600RR PC37

Technical Data

Differential self-designed semiactive limited

slip, quick adjustment

ECU Bosch MS4

Wheels C16 205 / 470 R13




MainControlUnit for cooling,

shifting, logging and live


Suspension Double unequal length A-

Arms with pushrod actuated

heave- roll-system, torsion

bar and self-designed roll


Fuel 98 octane unleaded

Max. power 70 kW @ 10500 RPM

Dimensions 1610 WB/ 1215 Track

Frame type Full CFRP monocoque,

separated front monocoque and

engine carrier

Aero Full aerodynamic package

including Front and Rear Wing

as well as Undertray and


Weight 189.5 kg


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Monash University

Monash Motorsport

The Team

Monash Motorsport is a student-run organisation based at Monash University’s largest campus in Clayton, Victoria, and

comprises of a variety of students ranging from first year to post graduates.

Competing since 2000, the team has steadily improved in its performance. The culmination of this work has been seven

consecutive Australasian victories, strong performances in the European competitions and, for a two-year stretch, a ranking of

second in the world. This has been a result of a culture of strong fundamental engineering understanding, innovative concept

developments and a passion to perform at our highest level.


Mass w/ 68kg driver




Shift Actuator

Clutch Actuator




270 kg

A-Arm, push rod

Mode separated ‘Hydro’ suspension

3 piece carbon

18×7.5-10 R25B Hoosier

Pneumatic, paddles on steering wheel

Hydraulic, pneumatic assist

Lever located on steering wheel

Steel spaceframe

Bonded composite panels

Aluminium rear bulkhead

2015 KTM 500EXC

Exhaust driven turbocharger

60 kPa max boost pressure


Drexler clutch pack limited slip

Fuel Type


Aerodynamics Package Front (triple element)

Rear (four element)

Undertray & Bodywork

Total Downforce & Drag Downforce = 116 kg

Drag = 45 kg (at 80 kph)

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HAW Hamburg

HAWKS Racing e. V.


HAWKS Racing was founded in 2003 and participated in Formula Student the first time in

2004. Currently we are about 50 students from different specialisations, working on the car

and its related businesses divided in interdisciplinary groups. In 2016, we will compete our

12th year of FSAE competitions with our new car, the H12 aka „Hidaya“. We are looking

forward to the summer of 2016! #69

Again, this year we are focussing on weigth reduction. The H12 is our second car with a layup and core

material optimized full body CFRP monocoque supported by a CFRP strut brace. The driver has an

improved visual field and a lower driver position of

15mm compared to last year.

We completely reengineered our engine and

drivetrain to improve fuel economy, drivability and

acceleration, e. g. weight reduced crankshaft with

own-manufactured titanium connection rods and

electric shifter, clutch and throttle. For reducing

friction at the engine, some parts are DLC coated.

Our 3D-simulated aero dynamic package

consisting of an undertray as well as front and rear

wings was further optimized and is positively

influenced by the monocoque geometry.

Come and visit us in our pit! #HAWKS #HAWKSRacing #FSAustria #Hidaya #69HAWKS

Technical Data

Engine Kawasaki ZX6R 636B

(cylinders from ZX6R 600J)

ECU Bosch MS4

Wheels 7x13 – 22mm offset, 1pc Mg


Electronic Gadgets Self designed power hubs,

current measurement and

digital fuses, live telemetry,

WLAN, 2 CAN busses

Suspension Double unequal length A-

Arm with pull rod actuated,

vertically oriented spring and


Fuel 98 octane unleaded gasoline

Wings CFRP shells with spars and

rips (CFRP, foam,


Differential Limited slip (Drexler)

Max. power / torque 10000 rpm / 8500 rpm

Dimensions 1635mm WB / 1200mm Track

weight 194 kg (without driver)

Frame type Full body CFRP monocoque

Driver yes

Best Feature Traction control



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UAS Karlsruhe

#99, Germany, High UAS Speed Karlsruhe, High Speed



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DHBW Ravensburg

Global Formula Racing


This team didn’t bother to submit a team page, so the FSA social media cats team created one for them.

You’re welcome.

Somebody leaked this photo to us. This is supposedly

a delivery of a live Stig from Top Gear surplus after

Lapsim suggested it would be the easiest way to beat

Zurich. Image © GFR Facebook/FSA

Get your Pokéballs out and …something something …

to overtake it in the designated overtaking zone.

Pokéballs can be bought for €10 at the Event Control*

Image © GFR Facebook page

Usually they are well prepared, though.

Image © GFR Twitter

I can haz cat meme? – Editor Cat, a big fan of Pusheen®

“We are GFR!”

-every GFR team member ever

*while supplies last. Pokéballs may actually be fruit. If Pokéball

contains actual Pokémon, do not talk to it.

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UAS Nuremberg

E6, Germany, UAS Strohm Nuremberg, + Söhne Strohm + Söhne


Strohm+Söhne–Noris Motorsport is the Formula Student Electric team of the UAS Nuremberg and was

founded in 2011. We are competing this season with our contender NoRa 4 - what is short for Noris Racing.

We are realising a rear wheel drive concept with an engine from Schaeffler IDAM and an inverter from

Continental and CES. Introducing a carbon suspension and a T-Bar ARB on this car marks an important

step for us in developing the suspension. We are also proud of our self-developed electrical devices like the

AMS and the Smart Sensors.

NoRa 4


Schaeffler IDAM RDDS RHI4


Technical Data


Spur gear differential,

electromechanical locking

mechanism (10-70%)

ECU Continental - EPF2-3 Max. power 80 kW

Wheels 205/470 R13, Continental C16 Dimensions 1670 WB/2960 L/1140 H/1495 W

Electronic Smart Sensor concept, selfdesigned




271 kg without driver

Double unequal length A-Arm. Push

Steel tube space frame. Add.

Suspension rod actuated horizontally oriented

mountainbike air damper

Frame type carbon braces for reducing weight

and increasing stiffness

Facebook.com/StrohmSoehne strohmundsoehne.de youtube.com/user/ Strohm & Söhne e.V. - Noris Motorsport

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University of Bayreuth

Elefant Racing e.V.


In spring 2004, racing enthusiastic students at the University of

Bayreuth founded „Elefant Racing e.V.“. The name is derived from

the Faculty of Applied Sciences, abbreviation FAN, which shares its

letter string with the clever and powerful animal. Starting into

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

combustion cars and developed our first electrically powered

vehicle. Participating for the 11th time this year, we are very proud

to present you our latest race car, the „FR16 Parsifal“. Our particular

focus was on our new aerodynamic package. For the very first

time our car is equipped with front-, rear- and side-wings.

For further information, you are very welcome to visit our

pit and form your own impression of the „FR16 Parsifal“!


Maximum Speed:

Empty Weight:



130 km/h

205 kg

3,0 s (0 - 100 km/h)








Motor Type:

Max. Motor Power:



Cell Type:

Combined Capacity:

Control & Driver Information


Driver Interface:

1530 mm

1180 mm


18 kg

1 x Enstroj Emrax

80 kW

Belt Drive


7,25 kWh

Unitek Bamocar D3

HD Display


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UAS Munich


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KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology




Founded by students of the Karlsruhe Institute

of technology in 2006, KA-RaceIng® built

the 16th and 17th car for the formula student

competition in this season. 70 students

designed two cars with self-developed

drivetrains - one powered by a combustion

engine, the other by an electric powertrain.

The KIT16e is the consequent development

of the dual-x-drive, our unique motor-gearbox

concept.We would like to thank all our

supporters for the enormous help throughout

the season!

189 kg


2.5 s

acceleration 0-100 km/h



all wheel drive

23 kw

motor power

Dual X Drive

unique motor-gear concept

Find out more





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Universität Stuttgart

Car#, Country, GreenTeam University, Stuttgart Teamname


Seven years full of passion for Formula Student and the aim to always be one step ahead. The

GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart e. V. with its almost 40 team members continues last year’s successful

story with the E0711-7, the 7 th generation of electric race cars made in Stuttgart. Our E7 combines

the benefits of its predecessor with new convincing innovations and – as always – by following the


The highlights of our E7 are:

- Adjustable aerodynamic package

- Highly optimised battery-management-system

- Hybrid rims

- Oil-cooled accumulator

- Self-developed control units

- Monospring system

- and many more

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Technische Universität München

TUfast e-Technology


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ETH Zürich

AMZ Racing

This team didn’t bother to submit a team page, so the FSA social media cats team created one for them.

You’re welcome.

This is not what the ETH Zurich car looks like. Weighing in

at roughly 170kg, it’s actually pretty lightweight.

Image © Asian tribune

The 2016 car is named “Gotthard” after a famous hole in the ground

that connects Swiss cantons Uri and Tessin. Image © AMZ facebook page

AMZ was the best electric car/class winner at FSA 5 times in a row!

AMZ currently holds the world record for electric car acceleration with

their 2014 car “grimsel” (1.513 s to 100kph), which got them a lot of

media coverage. Their popularity ratings are, however, still second to the

Toblerone chocolate bar, the other major mountain-themed export of


A google image search for “swiss cat meme”

was surprisingly fruitful.

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Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Schanzer Racing Electric


There is a hard-working team behind every success. According to this

overall concept Schanzer Racing Electric e.V. (SRe) has been able to

achieve great results over the years since its founding.

Due to the skills of every single member,

Schanzer Racing has made a name for itself

in the Formula Student Electric scene. The

team is especially characterized by great

community and team spirit as its first priority.



In this year Schanzer Racing will participate in Formula Student Electric for the fifth time. Within

the last four years the team was able to achieve top ten placements, even 8th place in

worldwide ranking in its first year in 2012, making it the best newcomer team ever.

After a streaky season in 2015 the team now strives for similar results as in the years before,

meaning top ten placements, with an overall optimized car and great team ambition.

Technical Data

Engine 2x Enstroj Emrax 207

ECU dSpace Microautobox +

selfdeveloped PCBs

Wheels Continental 205/407/R13

Electronic Gadgets Torque finding algorithm,

recuperation + ABS, slip control

Suspension Double wishbone, push rod

Battery 100s8p Samsung 18650 cells

Differential Electronic differential

Max. power 80 kW

Dimensions 1550 WB, 1214 F / 1176 R Track

Weight 212 kg

Frame type Full CFRP Monocoque

Best feature The Panther

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Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

University Racing Eindhoven

Self-developed in-wheel motors

so 4wd great torque

very downforce

pls move over

185 kg much light

Full carbon fiber monocoque

cool gears so amaze

such power

Self-developed quad inverter

drive lots

7 kWh battery pack

Custom slicks & rain tires

many grip

Background picture © FSA Official

Car picture © Jeroen Knippenberg

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TU Vienna

TUW Racing


Technical Data


2 x TUWR-E3 self-developed

ECU TTTech TTC 200


7.0x10, 25mm offset, one piece

CFRP rim

Electronic Gadgets

Traction Control, Launch Control,

Torque Vectoring

Double unequal length A-Arm,


Pull rod actuated horizontally

oriented spring and damper


Front, rear and side wing


Max. power



Frame type

Best Feature

Electric differential


1575 WB/ 1200 Track Fr

156kg without driver

One piece CFRP monocoque

Self-developed electric motors

TUW Racing participates in Formula Student since

2008 and could already celebrate our first sucess

in our first year. In 2014 we switched from combustion

to electric drive. The edge8 is our third electric

car and an evolution of the edge7, driven by our

self-developed electric motors in the third generation.

Another focus was the light-weight concept,

realised with the use of carbon fibers in the majority

of mechanical parts. We would like to thank all our

sponsors who help us to realise this project.

follow us:


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TU Clausthal

Car#, Country, Green Voltage University, Racing Teamname


Technical Data



welded tubular space


Emrax 228, synchronous

3P AC, external rotor,


Motor Controller Unitek Bamocar D3


Toothed belt

transmission ratio:


With the GV-Racer 5, we follow the successful GV-

Racer 4, our first car that ever raced on an official FS-

Event. Our goal this year is to finish all the dynamic

events and thereby establishing a reliable car. In

comparison to the GV-Racer 4, we are aiming for a

weight loss of 30kg. A whole new motor concept,

switching from 10" to 13" tires and a fancy new steering

show our ambitious aim to create an innovative race car.


Finest, handpicked




Continental C16 / 205 /

470 R13

OZ 4H Magnesium Rims

Double unequal length

A-Arm. Pull rod

actuated. vertically

oriented air spring

Weight 299,99kg

Best Features

Self-developed BMS

Ball-screw steeringsystem

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Deggendorf Institute of Technology

Fast Forest


The Formula Student Team from Deggendorf was founded in 2008. Since our second season we compete in

the Formula Student Electric. After participating with a rear-wheel driven car for 6 years, in this season the

team built its first four-wheel driven formula student car, called Jenny8X.

The car is completely new developed an convinces with a new self-developed speed measuring system and

a battery management system.

Our team consists of about 90 people.

It’s our fourth time at FSA and we enjoy it

every time to participate in the


We were very looking forward to have fun

in Austria at the terrific Red Bull Ring!

#170PS #0,8bar

Technical facts for you:



Max. system voltage

Max. battery capacity

Battery cells



2850x1370x1130 mm

80 kW

588 V

7,25 kWh


4 planetary gearboxes inside of the wheel hubs

Double wishbone with directly actuated

damping system

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Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg

BRS Motorsport

BRS Motorsport is the Formula Student Electric team of UAS

Bonn­Rhein­Sieg with 60 students of all faculties, who share

their love for designing, developing and manufacturing a

single­seater racecar every year. We have built four

combustion and two electric racecars since our first Formula

Student attendance in 2009. This year’s racecar is a tribute to

our fast 2015 racecar: a one motor concept with a full CFRP monocoque with aerodynamics, 10

inch wheels & suspension, our new rear wheel steering for more agility and an overall focus on

reliability ­ all combined in our new car, the G16e (or more beautifully named 'Carola').

With our 2015th car 'Carina', we were able to constantly achieve Top10 results in the Autocross

but it lacked reliability in the Endurance. So we've taken last year as a lesson and incorporated

these experiences in an improved racecar. Thus, this year's goal is to increase the team's

performance in all disciplines and adapt the points to the same high level!



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UAS Aalen

E-Motion Rennteam Aalen


The fifth car of the E-Motion Rennteam comes

along with plenty of premieres. For the first time we are

using two motors to drive the rear wheels, an complete aero kit and a

huge number of self developed electronic components such as the AMS,

ECU or the CAN-bus hardware. As the harder, faster, and better Version of

its predecessor the ERT-05/16 is competing in FSA for the very first time.

We are looking forward to see you all at the Events!

Chassis: E355 steel tubular space frame

Motors: 2x Enstroj Emrax 208


80 kW (restricted)

Weight: 177 kg + 7 kg wings

Suspension: double wishbone with direct actuated air shocks

Accumulator: 100s 2p, LiPo, 6.3 kWh

Aerodynamics: 350N@60 km/h

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Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Revolve NTNU

2016 sees the 5th entry into the

Formula Student competiton for

Revolve NTNU, with Scandinavias

first 4WD electric race car

- Gnist. Our team consist of 56

students from all five years of

study and several different engineering


The 4WD system opened a lot

of opportunities, like torque vectoring

and regenerating more

energy from breaking. This lead

to a deeper reserch regarding

new battery cells to cobe with

the charging currents.

We wanted to design the TV-algorithms,

planetary gearbox,

carbon fiber rims and suspension

system as well as our own

SiCMOS inverter to lower the

systems weight and increase

efficiency. This alongside improving

our electronics and analysis

software, re-designing the monovoque,

battery, aero package

and cooling system lead to another

year with hard work and technical








CFRP Monocoque

144S2P LiCoO2

AMK / DD5-14-10-POW

Uneven length double

a-arm, push rod actuated

600 N (60 kph)

175 kg

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UAS Augsburg

Starkstrom Augsburg e.V.


This team didn’t bother to submit a team page, so the FSA social media cats team created one for them.

You’re welcome.

Image © MAN Ausbildung Facebook page

Well, actually there are a lot more but I no haz picture - edicat

Image © Starkstrom Facebook

This cat really likes Starkstrom

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TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Racetech Racingteam TU Bergakademie Freiberg e.V.

Racetech Racingteam was founded in 2005 and enters

FSA once again in 2016. With our fifth electric car, the

RT10, we focused on the development of our first

monocoque, while adjusting well proven systems

like our 2WD powertrain and aerodynamics to

the new chassis. We are looking forward to

a great season with events in Austria,

Germany and Spain and are glad to

meet you all there!









Magnesium Monocoque + Casted Rear End

Front- , Side- and Rear Wing, DRS

Double A-Arms, Push-|Pullrod, CFRP ARB

Continental 205|470 R13, CFRP Hybrid Rims

2x Bosch SMG 138, two stage spur gearbox

Li-Po Cells, 7.1 kWh, self developed BMS

Self Developed Vehicle Dynamics Control Unit

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Hamburg University of Technology

Car#, Country, e-gnition University, Hamburg Teamname


E-gnition Hamburg, Formula

Student Team of Hamburg

University of Technology, proudly

presents the 5 th developed racecar

of its history. Since the last

participation in Formula Student

Austria a lot of visible and invisible

technical steps have been taken.

With CRP-monocoque, aero package and probably

smallest self-developed boardcomputer in the Formula

Student (to name just some steps) the young team of 50

members reduces the technical advantage of longer

participating teams.

This great car would never have been designed without

the support of our sponsors, friends an previous team

members! Thank you for your ongoing support!

Engine 2x Enstroj Emrax 208

ECU self-developed


Wheels 470 x 205 R13



Rooftop Telemetry, SD

Logging, GPS, Selfdeveloped



Suspension double unequal length a-

arms,push rod actuated

horizontally oriented

spring/damper, anti-roll bar

Fuel #1000Strom

Differential Electronic torque vectoring

Max. power 80 kW

Dimensions 1560 WB/ 1200 Track

Weight 210 kg

Frame type Carbon fibre monocoque

Wings Front wing, rear wing and

side wings

Best Feature Starts and runs everytime


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Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau

WHZ Racing Team

UAS Zwickau - E96


Zwickau? Probably never heard about it! The small

east-saxon city is the birthplace of a famous car company

- later known as AUDI. Due to the fact that there is a

huge tradition in building cars, a small group of students

decided to build their own racing car. That

was 10 years ago. While the first four cars are

powered by combustion engines, in 2010 we additionally

built an electric vehicle. Now, with our FPX16e (or called


• Weight: 195 kg

• Wheel base: 1530 mm

• Track width: Front: 1166 mm

Rear: 1244 mm

• Four-wheel drive

• 10-inch carbon aluminium hybrd rims

peak power per motor

• CRFP-Monocoque

• max 19000 rpm

• Capacity 7,0 kWH

„eRnst“), we are able to present our seventh electric

racing car. About 60 motivated students enabled us to

present our new family member as

early as possible – our rollout in April was one of the

first rollouts of an electric Formula Student car

this year. That are all quite nice features, but

what really matter is what is inside the car.

Under a pile of cable ties you can find an

inventive concept, that differs a lot from

last year’s: True to our motto „Back to the

roots“ (thanks to our 10th anniversary) we

built a racing car with a four-wheel drive. Every one of the four

permanent energized motors has

a peak power of 38 kW. With a

revised aerodynamic package and

an integrated cooling system we want

to tie up to our last achievements.

• HV grid: 600 V / LV-System-Voltage 24 V

• 4 permanently enginzed motors with 38 kw


We just have boy´s names

for our cars, because they

already cause enough

trouble, what would be

even more by having a

car with a girl´s name.

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RWTH Aachen University

Ecurie Aix Formula Student Team RWTH Aachen e.V.


Ecurie Aix, the Formula Student Team at

RWTH Aachen University, was founded in

1999. The name “Ecurie Aix” is a reference

to the team´s international home base in

the German city of Aachen, which lies

right at the borders to Belgium and the

Netherlands. The word “Ecurie” means

“Racing Stable” or “Racing Team” in

French and has been chosen in respect to

a very successful Belgian motorsports

team named “Ecurie Francorchamps”. The

word “Aix” is derived from Aachen´s

French name: Aix-la-Chapelle.

Until last year our team has built 10 cars

with internal combustion engines and 4

electric powered cars. After having the

most successful season of our history in 2015,

thanks to an vehicle with two electric motors in the rear, we decided to take the next step in terms of technology:

the whole new CFRP chassis, 4WD, the new suspension and improved aerodynamics are expected to

enable us to close the gap to the top teams. Therefore we are looking forward to have a great competition in

2016. This year the team will travel more than 4000 km to participate at FSUK, Formula Student Austria

and Formula Student Germany.

197 kg

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FSA 2015

some impressions...

Check out the FSA

flickr for many more!

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FSA on the intertubes









FSA Bewerbsorganisation

Plüddemanngasse 39

8010 Graz


Lukas Raschendorfer

© 2016 Formula Student Austria

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