MIT Motorsport’s mission is to educate students as professional engineers and leaders through the development of a competitive prototype vehicle. Working with the team takes students out of the classroom and allows them to apply textbook theories to real work experience.
MIT Motorsports (Formula SAE) At a glance
Number of Members:
- Audrey Gaither
- Elijah Stanger-Jones
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.
Edgerton Center, Altium, Mechanical Engineering Department, Marlin Oil Corporation, kx, General Motors, AIRTECH Advanced Materials Group, Beantown Taqueria, Bertucci's Italian Restaurant, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, SBG Systems, Blue Origin, Advanced Circuits, AeroAstro Department, Gordon Engineering Leadership Program, LINEAR Technology, The First Electronics Corporation, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, VectoIQ, SKF, Calspan, Bender, Auto Accessories Garage