By emphasizing rigorous engineering, technical expertise, and effective management, MIT Motorsports empowers students to become engineering leaders. Our team of around 40 undergrads design, manufacture, and compete with a formula-style electric racecar every year. Almost all of our car—software, electrical system, aero, and mechanical systems— is designed and built by undergraduates.
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MIT Motorsports (Formula SAE) At a glance
Number of Members:
- Audrey Gaither
- Annetoinette Figueroa
- Elijah Stanger-Jones
- Danielle White
In the 2019 competition, the team placed sixth in a field of 25 competitors at the Formula SAE Electric Competition. The team will compete in Los Angeles in the summer of 2020.
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