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Formula SAE and Formula Student are collegiate engineering competitions with over 500 participating schools that challenge teams of students to design and build a formula style car. The car is evaluated in automotive design and performance through a series of static and dynamic events which focus on safety, manufacturability and of course out right speed. Members on each team must develop and practice engineering, leadership, communication and marketing skills to be successful at competition.
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