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Attention all teams,

Dear friends of Formula Student Austria,

A few days after the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, we celebrate

FSA 11, the 10th anniversary of the Austrian Formula

Student Event (i.e. FSA 11).

As engineers, we marvel at the technological

and personal achievements of the “rocket men”

who managed to put a man on the moon in the

60s. Many kids and students of that time were

inspired to pursue a career in science and engineering

watching the grainy TV pictures of

giant rockets and men walking the surface of

another celestial body.

Formula Student aims to achieve a similar feat,

using a more accessible technological marvel

– the racecar. Whilst they might seem somewhat simple

compared to a space rocket, and nowadays even anachronistic,

racecars offer applications for countless fields of

science and engineering. Aerodynamics, Structural Engineering,

Electronic Hardware and Software design, Material

and Production Sciences; designing and building a

proper racecar is a truly interdisciplinary task – much like

the space rockets of old. A racecar is not all engine and not

all suspension either; it teaches the necessity of looking

beyond one’s own field of expertise and to communicate

with experts from different backgrounds.

Much like getting a man on the moon (and back), getting a

racecar on the track is a team effort - indeed proper project

management is one of the most underestimated aspects

of any large engineering endeavor. Project management

courses can only teach you so much and indeed having

lived through the pitfalls of having a complex project racing

towards non-negotiable deadlines is frequently cited

as one of the most professionally rewarding aspects of

Formula Student.

“Failure is not an option” is a phrase often associated

with space travel – in Formula Student

failure is very much a possibility – almost

a certainty even. It may be hardly comforting

in the face of failure, maybe a DNF on the last

laps of the Endurance, but failure is also a great

motivator and one of the best ways to grow and

improve – personally and professionally. You

are not going to make the same mistake twice

– and boy, does Formula Student offer a wide

variety of mistakes to make.

This combination of hard- and soft-skill focused challenges

is quite unique in the academic environment and the

reason why formula student continues to thrive. In the face

of ever more teams wanting to join the fun, we decided to

increase FSAs capacity to 58 cars – made possible by the

new location of the statics bays on top of the pit building.

Being able to provide the even more of the next generation

of students with the Formula Student experience we loved

and fondly look back on is the Kerosene and Liquid Oxygen

that drives us to come back to the Red Bull Ring every

other year – this and cat memes, that is.

That leaves me to say

“Thank you” to all the volunteers,

“Good Luck & Have Fun” to all the teams,

...and “Keep on Racing” to everybody




FSA Bewerbsorganisation

Stremayrgasse 16

8010 Graz


Lukas Raschendorfer

© 2019 Formula Student Austria

: fsaustria.at


Keep on Racing,

Lukas Raschendorfer

& The FSA Team




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The FSA Team

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.

Christoph Lorenzutti

Ralph Moser | IT, Timing, HR

Ralph Moser

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.

Alexander Rauch | Dynamics

After years of work as junior dynamics guy, Alexander

advances to Head of Dynamics for the 2019 Event. As FS

Suspension team leader he knows how to push Formula

Student cars to their limits.

Alexander RAUCH

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Manuel Seeböck | Dynamics, Orga

Manuel spent several years in the Formula Student Electric

world before reinforcing FSAs Orga Team. You will

also be able to spot him on the race control tower during

the dynamics.


Lukas Raschendorfer | Rules, Statics, International Relations

Lukas Raschendorfer

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

Lukas joined FSA and is now responsible for the rules and

statics, A racecar engineer by day, a designer by night he

also creates FSA‘s graphical designs and herds the lolcats.

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 2019 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

Seven 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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customers in different racing classes.


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We are committed to supporting the next generation and the education of future automotive innovators and leaders.

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ITK Engineering: your partner for future technology

With over 1,200 associates, ITK Engineering is an internationally recognized technology company. ITK is characterized

by high-level expertise in the digitalization, electrification, automation, and connectivity of systems.

Through the tailor-made development of systems and software, particularly in the field of embedded systems,

ITK is helping shape the mobility of tomorrow. In doing this, the company’s goal is to inspire – on both human and

technological levels – and to set new standards.

Founded in 1994, the company is headquartered in Rülzheim, near Karlsruhe in southern Germany. ITK has

subsidiaries in Munich, Ingolstadt, Stuttgart, Lollar, Frankfurt, Braunschweig, Friedrichshafen, Berlin, Cologne,

Vienna (Austria), Barcelona (Spain), Tokyo (Japan), and Detroit (United States). The company, which became part

of the Bosch Group in 2017, plans to continue growing its workforce by as much as 20 percent annually – both

throughout Germany and in the international market.

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“Iconic Engineering” in Graz.

Since 1979, we are responsible for development as well as series production management of a globally valued automotive

icon – the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.

As an OEM being integrated into Daimler AG and simultaneously remaining a medium-size of 300 employees, we benefit

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also binds us together as a unity who shares the enthusiasm and passion for our product. This excitement as well as our role

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We provide an innovative and exiting platform for talented and highly motivated young professionals. A special car needs

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Will you be part of it?



Pankl Racing Systems AG, based in Kapfenberg, Austria, specialises in developing and manufacturing engine- and drivetrain

components for racing cars, high performance vehicles and the aerospace industry.

Pankl scores with lightweight components made from high-grade innovative materials designed to withstand extreme mechanical

stress. Under the motto High Tech, High Speed, High Quality Pankl develops and manufactures leading technical


Pankl is a global niche player with worldwide subsidiaries in Austria, Germany, UK, USA, Slovakia and Japan. Pankl employees

more than 1.800 people and achieved a total turnover of EUR 217m in the fiscal year 2018.”

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Internationales Wiener


Das Internationale Wiener Motorensymposium findet jährlich unter der Leitung von Gründer und Ehrenvorsitzenden

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Driven by the passion of its employees, KTM has already become the biggest European manufacturer, with a

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Geared for the future, KTM AG successfully markets products that were developed with a great deal of craftsmanship.

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Formula Student

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)

Additionally, there a whole lot of unofficial events held

around the globe, e.g. in India, the Netherlands, Hungary,the

Czech Republic and many more.

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:

• 20mm Air restrictor (19mm for E85)

• turbo/supercharging is allowed


• any number of motors and driven wheels

• 80kw peak system power

As originally intended, Fromula Student has become a major

source of highly qualified graduates in the engineering

world, focused but not limited to the automotive sector.

Even in the highest classes of professional motorsports,

FS team jackets and memorabilia can be seen everywhere.

The unique compination of engineering and project management

skills required to complete and run an FS car

makes it a great preparation for real-world projects. This

is recognized by many businesses, making it an ideal stepping

stone from academics into an interesting rewarding


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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

2018 Winner C: TU Graz

2018 Winner E: Trondheim

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

2018 Winner C: OTH Regensburg (CAT Racing)

2018 Winner E: TU Dresden (Elbflorace)

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

2018 Winner C: UAS Coburg

2018 Winner E: TU Delft

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)

2018 Winner C: TU Graz

2018 Winner E: 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

2018 Winner C: Monash (Melbourne)

2018 Winner E: AMZ Racing (Zurich)

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)

2018 Cost Winner C: Mumbai

2018 Presentation Winner C: Monash (Melbourne)

2018 Cost Winner E: TU Hamburg

2018 Presentation Winner E: Uni Stuttgart (Greenteam)

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

2018 Winners C: 2018 Winners E:

1. TU Graz 1. TU Hamburg

2. Monash u 2. TU Freiberg

3. U Bath 3. Chalmers U

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Technische Universität Graz

Car#, Country, TU Graz University, Racing Team Teamname

We are the TU Graz Racing Team, founded in 2002 and

have built our 16 th racecar this year. Our TANKIA 2019 aka

Fiona and the whole team are excited to show what we got!

As reigning champion of our home event we want nothing but to win again! It is a short way to Spielberg but

a tough and long way to the top. But this won’t stop us!

We are excited to meet old and new friends and are allways looking for new challenges.

The FSA competition atmosphere has its own unique and special spirit which we

have been loving for years. Everybody is invited to come around and meet us at

our tent after a long and hard day at the track.

Every year FSA is a highlight for us

and we are really looking forward to

the event, to the other teams and of

course to a motorsport frenzy looking

for anything alike it!

Technical Data

Engine 65 cylinders, 1 horsepower

ECU Black magic/box

Wheels Spare tire not included

Electronic Gadgets There are buttons

Suspension Spagehtti type 4

Fuel Alco… ethanol85

Wings Static downforce is provided

Differential It likes to spin

Max. power huiiiiiiii

Dimensions 1550 WB/ 1180 Track

weight 1280 Schnitzel

Frame type CFRP monocoque

Driver Almost gets the same fuel

Best Feature Rear wheel disco steering

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Fachhochschule Stralsund

Baltic Racing


Back in 1999 Baltic Racing saw the light of day.

Since then 20 successful and exiting years have passed…

Currently, 75 students are involved in our project and at

FSA 2019 we will present our very first aerodynamics package!


Technical Data

Engine Triumph Street Triple 675 Differential Present

ECU ECUmaster EMU classic Max. Power *Can’t hear ya

Wheels OZ Mg CL & Continental C19 Dimensions WB 1560; Track f/r 1250/1200

Electronic Gadgets Too many Weight 205 kg

Suspension KW Competition 3A & stuff Frame type Super lightweight (< 28 kg)

Fuel 10l Sterni per test session Driver Walfred

Wings Don’t work Do work! Best Feature Golden Suspension System

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Loughborough University



Established in 2003, LUMotorsport represents

Loughborough University at Formula Student

Competitions. The team consists of approximately 25

dedicated undergraduate students from Loughborough

University who study a range of courses such as

Automotive Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and

Computer Science.

At Loughborough University, the formula student team is

fully student lead with team members taking no module

credit for participating. This means team members must

carry out all design and manufacturing work in their

spare time, alongside their degree. As a result this

creates a close knit, highly skilled team that is fully

focused on achieving the best possible results at


The team is looking to make a significant improvement

over last year’s car, LFS18, by improving reliability,

optimising the powertrain package and improving

aerodynamic performance.

Technical Data

Engine 2016 Triumph Daytona 675 Differential 2010 Drexler FSAE LSD

ECU Motec M800 Max. power 88hp

Wheels Hoosier 18x6.0-10 LC0 Dimensions 1530 WB / 1200 Track

Suspension Double Wishbone Weight 215 kg excluding driver

Fuel 98 RON Weight dist 50/50 (inc 68kg driver)

Aero Front and rear wing with floor Frame type Steel Spaceframe

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Smt. K.N. College of Engineering




Stallion Motorsport is a Formula Student team comprising of

passionate engineers from SKNCOE, Pune , with one collective

dream, to build ultimate racing machines and compete in the

most prestigious Formula Student competitions spanned across

the globe.

We research, design, fabricate, manufacture and race Formula

Student prototype cars, representing India and our institute at

various national and international events.

• • Triumph Daytona 675R 675R

• 3 - Cylinders

• Max Torque Design 8500


• Gear type limited slip


• DNM burner RCP-2

Stallion Motorsport was

established in the year 2014 by

our founding member Nilesh

Pethe having one vision in

mind, "To be the best".

This motto drives us everyday

to strive for greatness and

motorsport glory.

With one collective dream, "To

be the best", the team was

established in 2014 by a few

passionate engineers and has

been growing and progressing

ever since.






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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Formula Technion


Formula Technion is competing in FSA

for the third time with its seventh

Formula Student car.

Weight: 128kg (fueled)

Engine: KTM SX-F 450

Electrohydraulic anti-roll system

Electric gear shifting system

Under seat mounted radiators

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FH Campus Wien


CR-119, Austria, OS.Car FH Campus Racing TeamWien, Os.car

The Oscar Racing Team consists of 50 members who

study at the FH Campus Wien / UAS Vienna in different

departments like “High Tech Manufacturing”, “Applied

Electronics”, “Computer Science and Digital

Communications”, “Embedded Systems Engineering”,

“Green Mobility” and “Technical Management”. We try very

hard to learn from each other with the goal to create an

efficient and innovative race- car!

The idea to form a formula student team at the FH Campus Wien / UAS Vienna was born in

2012. A small founding team started to recruit members, convince sponsors and develop some

concepts. Finally, the CR113 took place in a competition in 2014. Since then 4 more cars,

excluding the CR119, have been created, further the weight was reduced from 295kg to only

221kg. Over the years the team was able to gain a lot of Know- How and to generate lots of

creative ideas and innovative solutions.

We are a very interactive and extroverted team, therefore we like to share our positive

experiences with other teams, but also with people who probably never heard of Formula

Student. On this account we participated in many

events, for example the Vienna Day of Sports, the

European Researchers’ Night, the Composites

Europe Fair, the Long Night of Research, the Vienna

Ball of Science, the International Motor Symposium

and many more.

Our main goal this season was, on one hand, to

perfect the communication and reconciliation between

the modules, hence, we created a better internal

reporting system to create an efficient work flow. On

the other hand, we wanted to improve the balance of

the aerodynamics, to optimize the incident flow of the

radiators, to lower the centre of gravity and to enhance the driver’s position. We implemented

all these innovations to the best of our knowledge and belief and we are eager to participate in

this year’s competitions!

Technical Data

Engine Honda PC40

ECU DTA Fast S100

Wheels Conti C17

Electronic Gadgets Battery and Wires

Suspension CFK Multi-Link

Fuel gasoline

Wings Ohhh yeah

Differential Drexler FS

Max. power 56 kW

Dimensions 1545 WB/ 1200 Track

Weight To be determined

Frame type Steel Tubeframe

Driver Lightweight design

Best Feature Haven´t you seen it?


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UAS Kempten

Infinity Racing - Rennteam der Hochschule Kempten e.V.


TOMSOI – top of the mountains, source of infinity – is the

name of our cars since our first competition in 2008. That year,

we won the Best Newcomer Award in Hockenheim, Gemany,

with the first car we have ever designed: TOMSOI I.

Building on this success and the knowledge we gained during

the competitions of the past years, we constantly work on our

cars’ improvement for an even better performance. Each of

our approximately 50 team members of the University of

Applied Sciences Kempten works hard to reach our aims,

enjoying an atmosphere of enthusiasm and friendship. This

year we aim for beating the teams record from 2014 with our

new car, TRIXI

The very successful car from 2014, the TOMSOI VI, have shown the high performance and

potential of the chosen concept with a steel tube space frame and a four-cylinder engine. The main

goal was to adapt this concept with a hybrid monocoque and the additional aerodynamics. Another

attention was turned for a higher reliability of the car, especially in suspension and the whole

engine system in order to use the high performance of the car from the first until the last lap. To

gain that goal high production accuracy is also irreplaceable and so we focused on an elaborated

design process including a detailed and complete CAD-Package combined with a supplier

management in order to reduce the manufacturing efforts. Summarized there was the decision to

build a simple and reliable car for the best possible use of our resources

Engine 2005 Yamaha R6 RJ 09

4 cylinder DOHC


Drexler clutch pack limited slip FS


ECU Bosch MS 6.2 Max. power 63 kW / 85 PS

Wheels 7.47x13, OZ magnesium rim Dimensions 1610 WB/ 1215 Track

Electronic Gadgets auto shift, VOIP-team radio weight 208 kg without driver

Suspension Double unequal length A-Arm Frame type Tubular space frame, carbon fibre


Fuel 98 octane unlead gasoline Driver Team Members

Wings Front wing, rear wing, undertray

with side wings

Best Feature Prepreg Monocoque

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Oregon State University

Global Formula Racing (US)


Global Formula Racing is an international collaboration

between Oregon State University (OSU) and Duale

Hochschule Baden-Wurttemburg-Ravensburg (DHBW).

Each year we design and build a combustion and electric

car that share common chassis, suspension, and

aerodynamics packages.

With a 5th place overall finish in FSAE Michigan,

GFR19c is ready for it’s second competition and

we are eager to achieve even better results! This

will be our teams last season with a combustion

car as we will focus on developing our electric

and driverless cars in the upcoming seasons.

While we are sad to see the combustion car go

we are excited for this new era of GFR. We look

forward to seeing you all in the pits and on track

in Spielberg!

Technical Data







Carbon fiber monocroc

Horses in the back

Hopes and dreams

Goes up and down

Such a drag

Hans the racing cat

@TeamGFR @global_formula_racing @TeamGFR Global Formula Racing

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Technische Universität Berlin



Car#, Country, University, Teamname

“Variability” is the main philosophy of the FT19c. The

focus of this concept is to design a car which is

adaptive to the different challenges of every dynamic

discipline in order to get the maximum of points. This

influences all areas of our car. We combine great

power of a turbocharged engine for autocross and

acceleration with the efficiency of a single cylinder

engine for endurance/efficiency score. The further

developed active anti-roll bar in combination with an

intelligent adaptive control system delivers more

drivability in every discipline for all drivers. Our newly

introduced active aero system allows us to adapt the

level of downforce in every discipline with main focus

on autocross and skid pad. All of this is possible due to

our self- developed body control unit (BCU) and

backed up by our event simulation.

The FT19c is the 14th combustion car in the evolution of

FaSTTUBe racecars. Its focus is set on variability, reliability and

aerodynamic design. The turbocharged one-cylinder engine gives

the car a boost of 85hp. For the second time the team is building

two cars simultaneously.

Technical Data

Engine 2007 BMW G 450 X

ECU BCU, Bosch MS4

Wheels 16.0x7.5x-10 Hoosier LC0

Electronic Gadgets Throttle, Wastegate, Shifting

Suspension Double A-Arm, Push Rod

(FA), Pull Rod (RA)

Fuel E95

Wings Yes, and they fizzle.

Differential LSD

Max. power 85 HP

Dimensions 1575 WB/ 1221 Track

weight 260 kg with Driver

Frame type Tubular Steel Frame, 25CrMo4

Driver Still human

Best Feature The fizzle thing is nice.

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Ruhr-Universität Bochum

RUB Motorsport


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

You’re welcome.

The RUB Car

The RUB Team

RUB this device to receive romantic partner (results may vary)

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AAU Racing


Aalborg University

Car#, Country, University, Teamname


This year AAU Racing is

bringing the 8th car from

Aalborg University. The

car is designed and

build with simplicity

and reliability as

the main



Technical Data

Engine CBR 600 RR

ECU Fartstrup

Wheels 20.5 x 7.0-13

Electronic Gadgets Just enough

Suspension Double A-arm, pull-rod

Fuel RON98

Wings Nope! Cutting down on


Differential Drexler LSD

Max. power 64 kW on most days

Dimensions 2826,254 mm x 1398,336

mm (approximately)

Weight You should never ask a lady

her weight!

Frame type Spacy frame

Driver Random sober dude

Best Feature Where to start?

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Fachhochschule Joanneum Graz

joanneum racing graz


The team of the U.A.S. Graz - the weasels - got their name from a little animal,

which is also their mascot. For many years, the team members live by the

characteristics of that “spirit animal”: being night-active, agile, fast and hungry

for success.

Big changes were made this season to be more competitive and get back to the top. Beneath designing a

whole new monocoque to join forces with the aerodynamic-package, the car features a new suspension

system. Reliability and unbeatable lap times were the most important goals, the team looked at during the

four-month of extensive testing the car and training the (even lighter than ever before) drivers.

FS Austria is the weasel ‘s favourite competition!

Not only because they have to drive an hour if they forgot important

parts at home, but also because FSA embodies everything Formula

Student is about: great location, spiced with incredible teams, neverending

beer spring and topped with an awesome atmosphere all day


The perfect recipe for a competition.

Keep it up guys!

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National Technical University of Athens

Prom Racing

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Technische Universität Dortmund

GET racing Dortmund e.V.


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Universität Stuttgart

Rennteam Uni Stuttgart

Max Power [HP] Engine Torque [Nm] Top Speed [km/h] Weight [kg]

89 68 121 185



Yamaha Y6F-RZ


if everything seems

under control












1.468 €/L




Like those on an angel





Best Feature

drei * zwei * eins

Cleared to take off

you are not going

fast enough


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Fachhochschule München



With the 24th car in the history of

municHMotorsport, we went for a lightweight

single piston engine design.

With a total of 50 teammembers,

we build the last combustion vehicle.

Our biggest goal this season is to pass

Noise Test in less than 3 days.

Design Goal

Actual Car

* Bobs

Engine SATISFYER PRO 2 Differential We tried LSD, was great

ECU I c u, too Max. power Yes

Wheels 22 inches, bitch Dimensions WB: 17,83 Bobs

Track: 14,47 Bobs*

Electronic Gadgets Laptop Charger weight 23 barrels of oil

Suspension We tried kayak this year Frame type EMMA

Fuel We don´t have that Driver Driverless but no

autonomous system

Wings Active tire cooling Best Feature 3D - Carbon Fibre Vinyl

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Hochschule Heilbronn

HHN Racing e.V.



Feel free to contact us via mail:


Also find us on social media

and visit hhn-racing.de

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Hochschule Darmstadt, UAS

Formula Student Team Darmstadt


We are incredibly excited to experience Formula

Student Austria once again since 2015! Having

gathered knowledge and lots of experience over the

past years, the team is aiming higher than ever. We

push forward the innovation and go beyond the limits

of our car by self-designing every major component, such as the carbon fibre monocoque.

Over the years our team has enjoyed a steady growth and development, keeping up with the latest


Founded at the University of Applied Sciences

Darmstadt in 2007, the FaSTDa Racing Team

proudly presents its 11th racing car, the F19. At

the beginning of the season we have welcomed

many motivated newcomers and now we’re

consisting out of about 50 students from all


The team draws students from all years and

degrees into the

Formula Student

project, giving them a

platform to grow their

professional development on.

This year’s main goal is to get an efficient testing phase, to test and

validate new constructions and features. With 500+ kilometres of testing

and driver training under its belt, our F19 is ready to take on the

competition at Formula Student Austria. Now, we are looking forward to a

great event and competing with the best teams of the world! A special

thanks goes to our supporters, who make this amazing experience


Technical Data

Engine KTM 450 SXF

Weight Please, don’t even ask

ECU Bosch MS 6.1 Dimensions 2940/1430/1170

Differential Drexler LSD

Suspension Available

Max. power 58 HP Tires 4

Fuel (car) E85

Fuel (team) Beer and Ebbelwoi

Chassis type Monocoque + steel frame Aerodynamics Flap, flap, flap, flap, flap

Electronic Gadgets PDU, DU, Sensorboards Ergonomics Error 404

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Fachhochschule Konstanz

Bodensee Racing Team



Founded at the University of Applied Sciences in Konstanz in 2006,

the Bodensee Racing Team proudly presents its 14th race car, the ILTIS19.

At the start of the new season our team welcomed many motivated rookies and

consists now of approx. 50 students from all faculties.

We managed to transfer knowledge to the new team members and together we made the ILTIS19 possible.

The design goals of this year focus on enhancing last year's concept in terms of reliability and weight reduction

Technical Data Iltis19:

Car Speed: ~120km/h

Aerodynamics: Yes?

Car Weight: 110dB

We test our cars with passion!

Electronics: Yes, sometimes.

Technicians: Highly Skilled/Trained

Fuel Consumption: 4-8L per Endurance

Beer Consumption: 4-8L per day per person


ART comes from


Education is important

but racecars are




(without FSA)


There is

nothing more

amazing than



at FSA


I miss the days when

life was simple

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

High-Octane Motorsports e.V.



This year we decided not only to improve our last year’s car, but in

some points to completely renew our design. Therefore we changed

major components and established small innovations. For example we

now have a special designed differential combined with our bevel

gear drive, a self-designed electronic clutch and an improved

aerodynamic concept. We hope to create a lighter, faster and overall

more agile racecar than last year. We call it FAUmax my.

We want to thank our sponsors for their unbelievable

support and for joining us on our journey!



1530 mm

track (Fr):

1240 mm

track (Rr):

1150 mm

weight w/ 68 kg driver (Fr): 105 kg

weight w/ 68 kg driver (Rr): 118 kg

frame construction

full monocoque

frame material

CFRP w/ aluminium

honeycomb core


suspension double-wishbone with direct-acting

push-rod and carbon tubes


16x7.5 LC0 Hoosier

wheels Self manufactured carbon rims



fuel system

Bosch injection, single spray

fuel type


compression 15.1 : 1

drive type

bevel gear final drive


limited slip differential


single side, double direction flow

aluminium core radiator

brake system self designed master cylinder and

stainless steel rotros


decentralized control units with

1 Mbit/s CAN bus, live telemetry,

electronic gearshift and clutch



PS: We really miss our colleagues from the driverless FAUmax athena.

Come on FSA! Do a DV competition!

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Hochschule Niederrhein

HSNR Racing

Car#, Country, University, Teamname

We are the HSNR Racing Team. Founded in 2011 at the UAS

Niederrhein, Krefeld, Germany, we participate with our eighth

combustion car in this season.

Following the design language of the predecessor, the RS-19c maintains a sleek appearance paired with an

aerodynamic package based on simplicity and functionality. The most important aspect of the development

was to further decrease the car’s weight which led to a total weight of 165 kg, being 10 kg lighter compared

to last year. In addition, we geared towards a high agility, an even higher cornering speed and a centralised

vehicle mass to improve the overall performance.













47 Nm

chief engineer’s tears

OZ Racing 10” Magnesium

really tiny


Steel Space Frame

CFRP w/ Rohacell


No one:

Aero: I’m gonna break now.


The RS-19c will show its potential on track and we’re looking forward

to an exciting event here at FSA. Thank you to all sponsors and

supporters for making this possible!

Facebook HSNR Racing | Youtube HSNR Racing | Instagram hsnrracing

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Technische Hochschule Lübeck

Seagulls Luebeck


Car#, Country, University, Teamname

Seagulls Luebeck

We were founded in 2018. Our team has 35 members. We have a steady growth

of team members from different degree courses like mechanical engineering,

business engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, biomedical

engineering, design and acoustics.

We’re not only driven by our 4-cylinder engine but also by a great team spirit


A team is like a race car. It only functions if all components work together


When we have an impossible challenge:

Paper or 3D print!




First season. First car.

,, Keep it simple! “

Foundation Feb. 2018

Women's quota 25%

Team members 35

Degree courses 8


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Universität Paderborn

UPBracingTeam e.V.

After 12 years of steady evolution of our combustion

race car, we as the UPBracing Team have decided

to go all out this season. 46 kilograms saved, an

entirely new chassis and aerodynamics package, a

decoupled suspension system and our first

telemetry system - this is an extraordinary progress.

We want to make a statement and create a base for seasons to come. 48 students, our sponsors,

sleepless nights and a common goal have created a potential to accelerate „small Paderborn“ to

the top ranks.

Suzuki GSX-R 600

75 PS

60 Nm,

over 50 Nm at 5500 – 9000 RPM

Decoupled suspension,

front suspension under the car

172 KG


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UAS Ravensburg-Weingarten

Formula Student Team Weingarten


The Formula Student Team Weingarten was established in 2008

and is part of UAS Ravensburg Weingarten. The FSTW rely on

more than 60 students and a considerable number of sponsors.

Together with our university and sponsors it was possible to

build our ‘Stinger 19C’ and to compete at FSAE events all over


In order to build on last season´s successes, the Formula Student Team

Weingarten has set itself the three main goals: Time Management for a

maximum testing period, durability of all parts for a reduced time of

services and repairs and maximum acceleration in all directions. With

these These goals we want to achieve as many points as possible at the

FSAE FSAE events. This is achieved by a comprehensive

knowlesge Knowledge database, weekly meetings and many team

members members which work day and night to

make this car extraordinary.

With great enthusiasm the Formula Student Team Weingarten is looking forward

to the Event in Spielberg to compete with other teams and have a fantastic time

beside the racetrack.

Technical Data

Engine Honda 636 PC40

ECU Bosch MS6

Wheels Keizer 10“

Electronic Gadgets self developed display,

control unit for electronic


Suspension Pullrod actuated dampers,

toe, camber and ride height,

adjustable via shims,

titanium printed uprights,

CFRP A-arms, tie-rods and


Fuel E85

Wings FULL Aerodynamic Package

Differential Drexler Formula Student

Max. power 63nm 83 Horsepower

Dimensions 1540 WB/ 1200 Track Front

1180 Track Rear

weight 167 kg

Frame type Hybrid Chassi consisting of front

Monocoque and rear tubular

steel spaceframe

Driver A tall and a short one

Best Feature Light and reliable

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University of Bath

Team Bath Racing

At Team Bath Racing, we design a new car from a blank sheet of paper every

year. This results in each team having to do something dramatically different to

prove that they’ve not just copied the previous year-group. The main problem with

last year’s car is that it was far too symmetrical. Fortunately, this year, we have

solved this oversight with a single radiator and side-mounted exhaust. Much

better. Other improvements include a drag reduction system for tracks that are

notorious for their lack of straights and a wider chassis (because bigger is better).

Our single cylinder turbocharged engine has been developed to sound like a

lawnmower, in the hope that we can cut our way out of the undergrowth when

we run wide. The resulting shredded foliage can been seen as a ‘livery’

running down the side of the car.

They say that blood, sweat and tears goes

into making a Formula Student car. We’re

confident that if future scientists dug up the

fossilised remains of our vehicle, at least half

of the team could be cloned. Recently, we’ve

been having several breakdowns per week:

some for car; many for the team members.


Material: Carbon-based life form.

Driver Environment: “If I fits I sits”.

Radio tuned to Eurobeat.

Special features: Furrmidable stiffness.


Engine: 4 stroke –

head to tail, down

each side and

between the ears.

Fuel: Small bowl of

milk in the morning.

Tuna as a treat.


comments: Missing

a few cylinders but

we love it anyway.


High pawformance DRS

Sidepod: “oh lawd he



Laser pointers

in front of the

car to excite it.

Vehicle Dynamics

No. of wheels: Paw

Special features: Purrfect camber

control. Will always land on its feet.

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OTH Regensburg

Dynamics e.V.


We, the formula student team of OTH Regensburg built a combustion

car every year since our foundation in 2007.

But this year – following the motto „one team, two cars “- we manufactured a

combustion car as well as an electric car.

Now the big brother: Our combustion car, the RP19c is attending FSA.

It is the twelfth combustion car we manufactured here in Regensburg.

We took in the best attributes from its predecessors

and tried to improve everything even further.

So, we´re looking forward to go on

the Red Bull Ring once again and

show you this year’s beast!





Honda CBR 600RR PC40, 4


self-developed MCU, live

telemetric system

self-developed semi-active

limited slip differential

double wishbone system &

pushrod system

Technical Data

Wheels C19 205/470R13




one-piece CFRP

monocoque with

optimized layup

adjustable front & rear

wing, sidepods, undertray

with diffusor

190 kg

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Fachhochschule Aachen

Car#, Country, University, Teamname



Aixtreme Racing

Photo of our car? As if we the cat before the event out the bag leaven!

The FS19 is the third car of this monocoque row. It's lighter, we have a new engine control unit and there is

still no duct tape on the car. The first two cars were grey and white. Following the colors of our university, the

FS19 is colored in charming mint royal! Once again, the FS19 has been built by a minimum amount of

people – the concept simply proved itself! Not convinced? Come over and have a look at our "hammock

tents“. That's certainly something you can only endure in a good team!

Technical Data

Differential Same like last year. No difference. Engine Purrs like a cat.

ECU Cosworth Antares 8. Not kitting. Max. power Yes, we have.

Wheels Four. One on each side. Dimensions 2.7m 2

Electronic Gadgets Cat-eyes. weight Cat-astrophic.

Suspension Always one four paws…uhm wheels. Frame type Both.

Fuel Catnip. Driver Waldo. He’s cat-holic.

Wings Only cat flaps. Best Feature Our electronic cat-gets.

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HAW Hamburg

HAWKS Racing e. V.


We are HAWKS Racing, the raptorial birds from Hamburg and

following the paradigm of other birds, we love to travel south.

In our case, to cat-territory in Spielberg, Austria. This year, we travel

along with our newest family member, the H15 – VERA.

There are a few things, that

you need to know in


VERA is special, she not only

loves her looks and likes to

be taken care of, so she

always looks nice, neat and

shiny. But she also likes to

imitate the looks of our oldest

family member, ``the lady``.

Furthermore, she is

simulating sicknesses,

broken bones and fluid leaks

all the time, although she

almost never leaks during the


We are looking forward to a

great event at FS-Austria


And we are very sorry for all

the oil spillage in 2018.

Technical Data

Engine Suzuki SV650 Differential Limited slip differential

ECU Bosch MS6 Max. power Over 9000

Wheels 7x13-22mm offset, CFRP rim Dimensions 1550 WB/ 1200 Track

Electronic Gadgets Same brake light, buttons Weight with driver 101 kg without car

and some new e-stops

Suspension Too complicated Frame type 1 big black coque

Wings Upside down Song describing

the car

Alligatoah – Du bist


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Fachhochschule Coburg



Established in 2007, CAT-Racing is building its

12th formula student car this year and will take part

in FS Austria for the 8th time.



Bengal cats are smart, energetic and playful.

Bengals may appear larger than they are because of

their muscular bodies.

C-19 Bengal

The C-19 Bengal is light, high-revving and powerful.

C-19 Bengals may appear closer than they are because

of their remarkable engine sound.

C-19 Bengal

Engine 4-cylinder Yamaha R6 Max. power RPM >9000

Frametype Hybrid monocoque

Dimensions 3013 x 1373 x 1172 mm

Wheels CFK shell, aluminum center Wheelbase 1542 mm

Tyres 16x7,5-10“ Hoosier LC0

Weight 175 kg

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Fachhochschule Hannover

Campus Motorsport Hannover


The Campus Motorsport Hannover Team, founded in 2007 is

presenting the 8th race car, called the Pegasus 19 this year. A

motivated team of around 40 students from nearly every

subject area are working at, and around the car to achieve the

best possible results.

Our main goal for this years car was to minimize the weight by

changing from a heavy 4 cylinder engine to a more powerful

and light one cylinder ktm unit. But this isn’t the only weight

loss in the car. We were also able to improve some production

methods to shave off some unnecessary mass.

Beneth the Event here in the Netherlands, where we want to

defend our last years 1st place, we will be competing in the

FSA later this season.

Frame Construction: Tubular Spaceframe

Material: E355

Wheelbase/Track (Fr/Rr): 1575mm

/1280mm/ 1200mm

Weight with 68kg Driver: 276kg

Suspension: Double Wishbone

Tyres (Fr/Rr): 205/470 R13, 34M,

Continental C19

Wheels: OZ Cast Magnesium

Engine: KTM 690 Turbocharged

Bore/ Stroke/ Cylinders/ Displacement:

102mm/ 84,4mm/ 1Cyl/ 690cc

Compression Ratio: 12,6

Fuel System: Student designed system, 1

injector in the intake runner

Max Power/ Torque Design: 7200/5500

Drive Type: KTM 520 Chain Drive

Differential: Drexler Formula Student

Cooling: Dual side mounted radiators with


Brake system: 4 Rotor system, floating

rotors, 4 piston front, 2 piston rear


Electronics: datalogger, fuse and relay

box, multifunctional steering wheel,

driver information display

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University of Oulu

Formula Student Oulu

This year's car, the M03, is built with

Finnish sisu and countless cups of

coffee. Our new Yamaha engine has

proven to be reliable. Chassis,

suspension and cooling have all taken

significant steps forward, which has

resulted M03 being our fastest, lightest

and most reliable engineering artwork

yet. It might even last to the end of


The Northernmost (allegedly) Formula Student team in the

world is coming to Red Bull Ring for their first Austrian

adventure! Founded in 2013 by only few members, the team

has quickly grown into a community with over 50 members.

Our ultimate mission is to improve the abilities

of our members. That is why we design and

manufacture as many parts as we can by ourselves

auton kuva

We couldn't be more excited about the

opportunity to learn from both the

competition itself and also from other

teams in FS Austria. See you all in











Yamaha CP2 (MT07)

Less, but still too much

1000 kW for driver, 57 kW for

everyone else

Black, round Continentals


Sometimes flies off

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Oxford Brookes University

Oxford Brookes Racing


Oxford Brookes Racing (OBR), has competed in Formula Student

since its inception in 1999. The 2018 season brought the team’s best

performance to date, which motivated the team into further innovation

and engineering improvement. The teams’ 2018 contender secured a top

placing at their home competition, turning them into “Best UK Team”.

OBR came to FSA for the first time in 2018 and had the best time at the

craziest competition in the world. OBR has taken 2019 to the next level, and

are hoping to go out with a bang with their last combustion car (pun intended). OBR has a brand new

chassis manufacturing method, and their aero package features some really cool 3D printed

components. The team is made of motorsport enthusiasts, who don't stop at any obstacle. The team

can't wait to show off OBR19 and experience the best after-party in the world.


KTM 450 SX-F and OBR's last ever combustion



Double wishbone, pushrod front and rear


10x7" 3 piece wheel with Keizer rim




The blood, sweat and tears of our team


Full aerodynamic package that we would

really like to use this year


Drexler Formula SAE Limited Slip Diff


Approximately 50 cats


Moulded monocoque with rear


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Hochschule Esslingen

Rennstall Esslingen

Rennstall Esslingen was founded in 2006.

With over 40 participating students it is the largest

university project at UAS Esslingen.

Stallardo ‘19 has been redesigned from scratch

for the second season in a row and we are proud of it!

We are looking forward to see its performance on the racetrack.

Technical Data - Stallardo ‘19


sometimes oil pressure

Wheels it‘s a good year to have a


Electronics wrong coolant temperature, but

drivers heartrate

Chassis fits every cat

Aerodramatics can drive upside down at 110


Suspension both axes are damped






of course a new one

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Universitat Politecnica de Valencia



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

You’re welcome.

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Technische Universität Clausthal

Green Voltage Racing

We are the Green Voltage Racing e.V., the Formula Student electric

team of the University of Technology Clausthal, founded in 2011.

This season the team determines on the goal: To score in all


Last year we closely missed this goal. On the last day

everyone was in each other’s arms, some even

with tears in their eyes.

For the first time of our history of the, we

managed to complete the Endurance race.

We are proudly introducing you the GVRacer 8! In our garage there is a

highly motivated team of 40 people, who

would like to continue the success of the last


But a few moments later, the disappointment was great. We were

disqualified in the post-scrutineering due to non-compliance with

the minimum ground clearance.

So this year we try to use the magic powers of the witches from the

Harz Mountains.

Technical Data

Engine Enstroj EMRAX 228 HV LC, 6500 rpm, Differential Drexler limited slip


ECU Self-developed Max. power 100 kW

Wheels 7Jx13, OZ FSMagnesium / Conti C17 Dimensions 1564 WB / Front Track: 1207

Rear Track: 1171




Self-developed AMS, CAN-Bus, colourdisplay

for driver critical information

5-Link with pushrods and horizontal

springs in pushrod configuration. All

rods adjustable.


Frame type

240 kg

Steel tube frame

Fuel Melasta SLPB9270175 Driver Fabian Glies, Sebastian

Schmitt, Benedict Engler,

Finja Zilian, Sascha


Wings Front and rear wing Best Feature 5-Link Suspension

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DHBW Mannheim

E6, Germany, DHBW Mannheim, CURE CURE


CM-19e also called "Carmen" is the third vehicle of the team CURE Mannheim

of the DHBW Mannheim. Focus in the development was above all increased

weight saving and reliability. The design highlights are the 3D printed wheel

carriers, the compact packaging with modified motors and gearboxes and

above all the use of biometric sensors. This allows us to detect nervousness,

fatigue and stress levels of the driver during the event. Are you excited about

your pulse too when Carmen pushes you forward?

We are very proud of our CFRP bodywork and

undertray, at which we improved our

manufacturing skills by far. Thanks to our sponsors

we were able to reduce the weight of our

gearboxes and redesign the full drivetrain

assembly with market-new power inverters.

Our frame is built as simple as possible to fulfill the

suspension needs, mounting space for

accumulator and drivetrain and to keep total weight as low as possible. All welded steel parts are

either made from Docol, an unalloyed steel or - in case of the wishbones – 15CDV6, which is easily

weldable as well. The accumulator comes with a cleaned wire design and lightweight conductors

and simulated air cooling in order to provide full power under all thermal conditions.



A lot of parts are directly printed in 3D in different materials and

printing technologies, e.g. PLA-FDM-printing for cooling inlets, PA-

SLS for eBox and accumulator segment carriers and especially AlSi-

SLM for our wheel carriers. Best of Electronics: it works sufficiently. Or

at least it seems to do right now.

Technical Data

Engine 2x EMRAX 208 HV LC


Wheels 205/55R13

Electronic Gadgets PedalScaling, driver health

data analysis

Suspension Best

Accumulator Capacity 6.4 kWh

Wings Side venturis & undertray

Inverter 2x Unitek Bamocar D3-700-160

Max. power 125 kW

Dimensions 1550 WB/ F:1200-R:1250 Track

weight 250kg

Frame type Steel spaceframe, Docol R8

Driver The Stig’s fast cousin

Best Feature 3D-printed wheel carriers

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Technische Hochschule Köln

Campus eMotorsports Tirol Cologne Motorsport

Our Team

2016 we started with the ambitious goal

to develop an electric race car for the

formula student series. After a long

journey of frustration, testing and

improving we will present our new car for

the first time. The e02 is the consequent

development of 20 students and our local

partners. Together we were able to design

our high performance race car and looking

forward to this year’s competition.

Technical Details

min. 0km/h (tested)

4 AMK motors

too Heavy but light enough

Downforce: more than a Bobby Car

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DHBW Ravensburg

Global Formula Racing (DE)


#Anniversarycar #Anniversarycrew

This is the eMC19 “Umicore Levo”, the 10th car of our

electrifiying history. The Anniversarycar of eMotorsportsCologne comes with a lot of new engineered

features such as massive weight reduction and a significantly lowered center of gravity.

The 10th car from eMC is developed and build by a team

of 24 students from different disciplines. Due to the very

small team size one of the main design goals was to

simplify the car to its performing essentials. The team

from cologne is characterized by its approach to

compensate the small team size with creative

constructions to still have their cars play in the topmidrange

of the Formula Student competition.

The new Monocoque has a fewer amount of planes and a

thought trough split of the different structural chassis-zones. Whilst having less different surfaces the

manufacturing amount of the chassis decreased such as weight did. The new Monocoque has a weight of

25kg including the fronthoop.

The departments of suspension and powertrain worked together to also decreased the amounts of unsprung

and rotating masses. The Weight of the wheelassembly was reduced by roughly 1 kg at every wheel.

With the split of the four inverters into two packages and a ride height of only 35 mm the center of gravity

lays below of 270 mm.

Technical Data

Engine AMK/ DD5-14-10-POW-


Wheels 10“ OZ- Magnesium Rims,

Hoosier 7.5/16.0 -10

Electronic Gadgets DRS/ CSCU

Suspension Double unequal lenght A-

Arm. Push Rod actuated

horizontally oriented spring

and damper

Fuel Electricity

Aerodynamics ClA=-3,7@16m/s

Differential Torque vectoring

Max. power 80KW

Dimensions 1530WB/ 1200 Track

weight 258kg with 68kg driver

Frame type Monocoque

Best feature 20kg weight reduction to

previous car

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University of Zagreb

FSB Racing Team Electric

We are the first and best Formula Student team from

Croatia and what we all have in common, apart from

massive grilling sessions, is our love and passion for

Our team exists for fifteen years already and our competition results get better and better each

year while our cars proudly hold names of native Croatian animals - current one being Vulpes

(fox). The team counts over 60 members which are divided into “part time” and “full time”

members, depending on the challenges that each individual member wants to embrace. Vulpes

has been a big challenge for all of us, our first ever electric car and our first ever monocoque

chassis! Our biggest and the most demanding project ever. Each part of this car was thoroughly

After countless hours spent on research

and development, manufacturing, loss

of nerves, several disapproving head

nods, plenty of thumbs up, our car is

here and we are thrilled to be

competing with other amazing teams at

this competition and to see Vulpes run


Chassis Composite monocoque


Aero package 1.51 CdA, -3.13 ClA, -2.13 efficiency

aluminum honeycomb

Suspension Double unequal wishbone

suspension, adjustable roll


Gearbox Two-stage, spur gears, shared

housing for both sides, incorporated

rear brakes

Wheels 1530WB, 1300FT, 1240RT Drivetrain Two motors, 40 kW each

Battery 7.55 kWh - Sony VTC6,

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Max speed

105 km/h

Leibniz Universität Hannover

HorsePower Hannover e.V.


HorsePower Hannover

As a team from Hanover, the state capital of Lower Saxony, one of our main interests is to

represent our city as the leading industrial location for the future of electric mobility.

While our team was founded in 2007, the first competition we took part in was in 2009. After

two years of competing in the combustion class, we decided to switch over to building electric

vehicles and therefore first joined the electric class in 2011.

Since 2017 we are now also competing in Formula Student Driverless. With the direction FS

is headed towards for 2021, we are looking forward to all upcoming challenges and hope that

we will be able to accomplish a lot in future years.

This year we will try our best to compete at the highest level possible. Our main goals are to

participate in all dynamic events as well as finishing the endurance event. If we are able to

achieve these goals, a rank amongst the top ten could be in reach for us. Other than that, we

just want to enjoy the experience as a team and also gain new knowledge.

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Tallinn TU UAS

FS Team Tallinn

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

You’re welcome.

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Universität Stuttgart

GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart


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Technical University of Munich

TUfast Racing Team e-Technology

The TUfast Racing Team from the TU Munich

consists of 80 team members who in one team

designed and build two race cars this season

(electric + driverless). One Team – Two cars –

TUfast. The main goals designing the TUfast eb019

are lightweight design and aerodynamic

performance. This is achieved with 31 airfoils, 5

diffusors and a topology optimized wheel package.

On top comes our self-developed ECU, SiC Inverter

and Accumulator. Feel free to come to our pit and

talk to us!

Technical Data eb019

Frame Construction Full CFRP Monocoque with Motor Location


aluminium honeycomb

Material Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Max Motor Power 35

Overall L (mm) 2895 Motor Type permanent excitated

watercooled synchronous

Overall W (mm) 1443 Max Motor RPM 20000

Overall H (mm) 1176 Motor Controller TUfast MCJK019, self-made


Wheelbase (mm) 1550 Max System Voltage 600

Track (Fr) (mm) 1225 Electrode Materials LiPo

Track (Rr) (mm) 1225 Combined Accumulator 7kWh


Weight with 68kg driver 110 Transmission Ratio (Primary) 12


Weight with 68kg driver 110 Transmission Ratio





Double unequal length A-Arm,

Push rod actuated at upper A-

Drive Type

2 stage planetary gearing


Arm, Direct acting spring and da

Tyres (Fr / Rr) 16x7.5 - 10 Hoosier LC0 Differential Torque Vectoring

Wheels (Fr / Rr) 8x10, 1 pc CFRP Rim Cooling water radiator with cooling duct

integrated in rear diffusor

Number of Motors 4 Brake System Floating, steel S355, drilled

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ETH Zürich

AMZ Racing Team


Car#, Country, University, Teamname


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Ostfalia AUS

Team wob-racing.

The Team wob-racing from the UAS Ostfalia

was founded in 2003. After 7 combustion cars

the team focused on the construction of

electric vehicles. This means that the Team

wob-racing has been Wolfsburg's second

largest automotive manufacturer for 16 years.

With 35 team members our innovations from

the past season were completely modified and

expanded including a live telemetry and a full

Aerodynamic package.

We are excited to participate in FSA for the

first time. See you all in Spielberg.

Technical Data

ECU No touchpad

Electronic Gadgets Now with free guest wifi

Suspension No, absolutely NO tolerances

Fuel Bass from DJ Paul Elstak

Wings Closed

Max. Power 7773 duckpower

Weight Too much toast

Design Sponsored by Malboro

Lubrication Leaking

Driver Rapunzel

Best Feature (Temporary) Front Wheel


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Technische Universität Wien

TUW Racing


TUW Racing is the Formula Student team of the Vienna

University of Technology. A team of 60 students from all

across Vienna, fueled by passion and caffeine, dedicate their

time and mental well-being to build a race car like never

before. Above everything else, our main focus has always

been on lightweight design and in-house development,

and with the EDGE11 we nailed them both purrfectly.

After a decade of trial and error, our team

decided to dream big and completely redesign

our car.

We ditched our old monocoque for a new one

which is perfectly tailored around the needs

of an electric vehicle. But that was only the

beginning. You see, a new monocoque has

a really unique feature. It acts as an empty

canvas, eager to house a spectacular artwork.

And oh boy...

All the segments of our fabulous mosaic are

pieces of art on their own. Magnificent wings

featuring Mediterranean elements (shark

fin), a perfectly balanced suspension, and a

beautifully simple accumulator are only some

of the work of our outstanding artists.



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Technische Universität Darmstadt

TU Darmstadt Racing Team e.V.

History of DART Racing

Since this lady rules Germany (2005) the DART Racing Team

from TU Darmstadt was founded. The first car in the DART

history was the Alpha2006, a steel frame combustion racecar.

After many years, developing and driving combustion cars,

there had to be a change. In this year (2011), this man was

caught by plagiarism, and DART build his first electrical car,

the Epsilon-E2011.

The last important decision in the history of DART was 2017,

the year that a meme became real, and the first autonomous

racecar, the My-D2017.

Now we are back in Austria with our #BRANDNEU car Ny2018 Ny2019!

Driver: got that seat

Weight: not that much

Tires: Black with

fancy yellow font

Wings: already said..

Fuel: Äbbelwoi, beer

and a lot coffee

Wings: Hell Yeah!

Battery: Yes, there

Engine: full electric

with Awesome-


much Carbon

Chalmers University of Technology

Chalmers Formula Student


“We deliver the engineers of tomorrow”

Chalmers Formula Student bridges the gap between

Engineering Education and Industry by giving students an

opportunity to work in a competitive environment. With a

completely new team every year, the team members depend on

the documentation from previous years and experience a steep

learning curve throughout the project. This year’s car Viktoria,

named after the Swedish crown princess, will feature in-house

manufactured single-piece CFRP rims, an independent heave and roll actuation system as

well as a drag reduction system. Additionally, the driveline features a Hybrix battery box,

self-developed AMS and a torque vectoring system that controls the four custom Permanent-

Magnet Synchronous Motors individually.

Technical Data


Custom made Permanent-

Magnet Synchronous Motors



Torque vectoring

ECU Self-developed 2 to 4 layer PCBs Max. power 136 kW

Wheels 18x6.0 - 10, R25B, Hoosier Dimensions




WB: 1530,

TW Front: 1250,

TW Rear:1200

DRS, LCD Display Weight 225 kg w/o driver

Top mounted independently

adjustable heave and roll

actuation system

Frame type

Fuel Electrons Driver


Front and rear wing with

combined floor, side wings and a




CFRP monocoque with 5056

Aluminum honeycomb core

3D-printed CFRP steering wheel.

Pedal box adjustability fore and

aft 160 mm to accommodate up to

95th percentile male driver

Cooling jackets made via additive


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Fachhochschule Kiel

Car#, Country, Raceyard University, E Teamname

Here we are back again. Last time we made it to FSA was back in 2012 with

our first electric car. This year we are here with our most beautiful

car yet. And fastest.Probably. The Team goals were

focused on saving weight over to whole car

and we

managed to

save 40kg from last year. We are eager to be at FSA

and hope we can stay on a level with other teams with

our Cat-Meme-Game.

Other Highlights are many SLM-Parts such as the

Motorhousing or Suspension-Brackets, which look like

they would brake anytime. Maybe they have already

broken till FSA so feel free to ask.

Anyway, we are looking forward to an absolute awesome event in Austria!

Technical Data

Engine 4x Fischer TSAL-Colors Green and Red

ECU Gaspedal Max. power 195 PS

Wheels 195/65/ZR15 Torque 1,6 Nkm/ 1080 ftlb

Electronic Gadgets Some of them weight 185 kg (without hotglue)

Suspension The Stuttgart Suspension Frame type A big monocoque

Accumulator ~7kWh Driver The good one, the long haired,

the short one and the “other


Aerodynamics Is straight on tilt test Best Feature Will run in FSG

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Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya

ETSEIB Motorsport


ETSEIB Motorsport is a Formula Student Team from Barcelona

with 12 years of history, being one of the first Spanish teams.

Even though starting with combustion prototypes, after four years

the team started developing electric vehicles and this year the

team has presented their first driverless vehicle, as well as their

twelfth electric prototype.

The CAT12E is the team’s newest

prototype and it is the result of a whole

new concept. For the first time, the team

vehicle presents a 4WD system that will

improve the vehicle performance on track

in every single aspect. This new

powertrain is accompanied by a self

designed one-stage planetary

transmission. To optimize the space, a

new monocoque has been designed and

constructed with a new aerodynamic



With this spectacular vehicle we want to

compete in Formula Student Austria, one

of the best events of the calendar in which

the team has only been able to assist in

two occasions.

Technical Data

Submission Format is PDF - don't forget to check the picture quality!

Engine Fischer Elektromotoren TI085 Differential -

ECU ETAS 910 Max. Power 140 kW

Wheels Hoosier 18-7.5/10 R25B Dimensions 2951 x 1443 x 1182

Electronic Gadgets Automatic DRS & Live Telemetry Weight 215 kg

Suspension Double Wishbone Frame Type CFRP Monocoque

Fuel Electric Driver 6 brave guys


Full aero package

Best Features

Most complex car in the

history of the team ;)

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Technische Universität Dresden


Car E59, Germany, TU Dresden, Elbflorace

Elbflorace Electric consists of 60 students from Dresden. In

the last year we have been working on our 12th race car

named LillE. The appeal of our new lady lies in a decoupled

spring-damper system, a new drive concept, featuring a 3D

printed upright as well as a carbon rim and air-cooled


Building this race car wasn’t always easy.

We had to take up several challenges like

a forklift truck crashing into our production

hall. We are very happy and grateful to

participate at FSA 2019. You never know

how the drivers will perform, but we hope

that our kittens will do it.

Technical Data


Not even premium


Torque vectoring

ECU Accel Master 9000 Max. power 1,4*10^12 erg/s

Wheels None (see above) Dimensions 1450 WB o.O


Wireless CAN FD?


160kg too much


Suspension Breaking/Braking? for you Frame type

Carbon Doublecock

Fuel Hungry electrons Driver UDO (Unknown Driver Onboard)

Wings Working even in corners Best Feature Comfortable to sleep in

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Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Revolve NTNU


Let me convince you that our vehicle is

perfectly made for cats and you should

by one for yours.

1) Shiny surfaces for the cat to

glance into its own excellence

2) Price: Cats don’t care about

money and neither should you

3) The cat will experience your

presence, as the seat will be molded after

your butt.

4) Softy-scratchy-pillow above seat

5) Ergonomic and slick surfaces to take a nap

6) Might collect mouse in the spinning wheel

7) Cat can sits where cat fits

8) (Sup)press down enemies with almost 100kg

of downforce - Increased chances of world


9) Can drive to where food is

Technical Data

ECU What is this? I’m in the

marketing group

Wheels 4

Electronic Gadgets Has anyone seen a


Suspension Stiff as a stiff kitty when

needed and soft as a soft

kitty when desired

Fuel 135 hours on a spinning

bicycle worth of electricity

Wings Comes with a scrutineering


95 kg of Norwegian cats

worth of downforce at 9x

common cat-jogging speed

Max. power 1670 Nm - Can pull more than

100 cats when they try running

the opposite direction

Frame type Hexagon metal

Weight 161 kg = 39,75 cats


~ 0.00065766738 nautic cubic


Driver Your cat

Best Feature Softy-scratchy-pillow (the

head restraint) - marketing

group made this

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University of Ljubljana

Superior Engineering FS E69, Slovenia, University of Ljubljana,


Superior Engineering

Superior Engineering was formed in late 2015 from a group of colleagues attending

mainly mechanical and electrical courses in the University of Ljubljana and is now

currently composed of 35 members. The team started off by building a combustion

car for their first two seasons, with each one proving itself on races across Europe. In

the third year we decided to switch to an electric drivetrain and continiued the

development on the fourth car. The latter one, named Svarog features a monocoque

chassis, revised powertrain, improved ergonomics and driver assists while being

robust and reliable with an emphasis on extensive testing before the season. The

chassis is constructed out of carbon fibre reinforced composite materials, as they

enable us a reduction in part count and an ability to manufacture complex geometries. The completed

design weighs 25kg together with the brackets. A major gain towards the lower weight compared to our

previous car it a battery pack with a carbon fiber housing positioned on the bottom of the chassis, under and

around the driver. The steering geometry was also revised for a confident driving feel, along with an

ergonomic features including a carbon fiber steering wheel and an adjustable pedalbox. In order to achieve

a maximum speed of 120 km/h, a planetary gearbox acting as a reductor has to be used between the

titanium half shafts and two Emrax 188 motors. Using Kissoft software we managed to optimize the internal

design, giving the finished assembly a reduction ratio of 5.45 while weighing only 2,6 kg per assembly.

Power is then transferred to the rear via aluminium hubs and single piece carbon rims, fastened using a

centerlock nut. Braking i staken care of by 4 piston calipers in the front, and 2 piston in the rear along with

custom rotors & pads. The car’s aero package features front, rear and side wings, sidepods for efficient

cooling and a rear diffusor. As the main control unit the PCU by Elaphe was chosen and is capable to

reliably control the Emsiso inverters and provide multiple CAN buses and inputs to connect sensors that

directly measure driving dynamic

parameters such as steering angle sensor

and data from Inertia Measuring Unit.

Combined with the feedback from motor

resolvers they provide enough data for

implementation of traction control functions

which both greatly improve driving dynamics

during acceleration and cornering. All other

systems are controlled via CAN bus by our

own Electronics Control Unit (ECU) which

houses all fuses and directly communicates

with PCU and the custom made dashboard.

Technical Data

Dimensions 1550 WB/ 1208 Track Reduction type Planetary gearbox

Weight 195kg Battery capacity 7.8 kWh

Chassis Monocoque Rims Single piece CF, centerlock

Aero package CF wings, diffusor Brakes 4/2 piston, custom floating discs

Suspension Double wishbone F&R Electronic Gadgets Traction control, telemetry

Motors 2x Emrax 188 Inverters 2x Emsiso emDrive

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University of Iceland

E75, Icelad, University of Team Iceland, Spark Team Spark


Team Spark is a formula student team founded and run by students at the largest university in Iceland. The

team was founded in 2010 and is currently competing for the seventh time in class 1.

The team has been steadily increasing it‘s knowledge and capabilities over

the years and prides itself in a strong team spirit which guides us down a

path of constant development and improvement.

Mass w/ 68kg driver 304 kg


Hoosier 20.5x7.0-13 R25B


Double wishbone

Battery pack

600 V

7.56 kWh


Motor Emrax 228



Additional features

Two piece CFRP monocoque

Front, rear and side wings


Launch control

Cool bodywork

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TU Bergakademie Freiberg

Racetech Racing Team TU Bergakademie Freiberg e.V.

We are Racetech, the Formula Student Team of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg. Our goal

for this year’s FSA is to achieve top overall positions. In the past years, we thought about

the influence of different factors. We tried to reduce weight, add downforce or increase the

number of motors, but none of them seemed to give us a crucial advantage over the other

teams. Shortly before we wanted to give up, we found the key factor with the biggest

impact on a top overall position:

Just like cats, formula student cars hate water.

If the top teams must drive under wet conditions after we finished our endurance race,

they are likely to be slower than us. To ensure a flooded track without exhausting rain

dances we decided to add water tanks to our car. We calculated and validated that a

maximum capacity of 3612,7l water helps us to supply a 1mm high puddle for the whole

track. With this advantage, we are looking forward to successfully compete at FSA 2019.

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TU Hamburg-Harburg

e-gnition Hamburg


yo dawg, check out

your all new egn19-ev!

it‘s lookin‘ sick!!!





love it


- 25‘ Spinner Rims Made of Finest Chrome

- 20W Bass Machine (Compliant with FSG Rules!)

- So Fast, Mass Depends on Speed

- Fully Integrated PetStation 2

- Pawsome Disco Ball TSAL

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TU Delft

Formula Student Team Delft

Delft at FSA

Technical Data

At the start of the year, 75 motivated engineers

accepted the challenge of building the next car of

Formula Student Team Delft. Competing at FSA was

always in their minds.




Those spinny bois

With the DUT19, this team has designed a car that

focusses on aerodynamics and has been able to

design the most advanced aero package we have

seen in the history of the team. The chassis is

designed with this goal in mind, with extra focus on

ergonomics. Together with an efficient innerwheel

design, lightweight suspension, self-designed PCB’s

and redesigned powertrain, the DUT19 is ready to

compete at FSA19.

Seeing how this beauty of a car can compete with

the rest is something to look forward to, especially

after FSA last year; what an event that has been.

Thát endurance in the rain, amazing up until the big

oof of not finishing. After 323 days of rain dances,

Max power


Number of team

members that would

rather do combustion

Sharky eyes

2 dyno guys

Submarine inspired



Number of strikes 7

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RWTH Aachen

Ecurie Aix Formula Student Team RWTH Aachen e.V.


In order to achieve our goal of building the slowest ever moving vehicle of all

time, we have overcome the challenge of backwards movement during

standstill, yet we tend to miss our goal ever so slightly by not driving at all.

To always keep the teamspirit at a maximum, we set the common challenge

to upload all documents at the latest possibe oppportunity and therefore

enforcing a calm and peacefull work environment without any shouting and allegations.

Technical Data

Engine Compressed Air Engine Differential 42 x Lego Technic Differential


ECU Casio fx-991 DE PLUS Max. power Yes

Wheels Old Amsterdam

Dimensions About 7 Inches

Electronic Gadgets Wireless Phone Charger,

Motorcycle Conversion,

Combustion Engine Noise

Emulator, Fully Autonomous

Cheese Grater, Main Hoop

Integrated 2000 W


Suspension Rubber Rod Ends

Fuel Love and Air

Wings Large KFC Bucket

Weight 420 shaved butterfly legs in

extended position and 69 north

Korean atomic warheads

Frame type Ivory and Amber Inserts

Driver Kai Chillbert

Best Feature Yes

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