History

  • 1981 first Formula SAE Event, 6 teams attempting
  • 1985 rules changed displacement maximum to 610ccm and air restrictor diamter set to 23mm, start of cost report
  • 1985 supercharged 300ccm Wankel-Sachs engine by West Virginia
  • 1985 turbocharged 550ccm Kawasaki engine by Marquette
  • 1988 Formula SAE Michigan with extra E85 class
  • 1998 first Event Formula Student United Kingdom (FSUK)
  • 2001 Formula SAE Australasia (FSAE-A)
  • 2001 world champion: Cornell U
  • 2002 world champion: Cornell U
  • 2003 Formula SAE Japan (FSAE-J)
  • 2003 world champion: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • 2004 pneumatic shifting system by Auburn
  • 2004 Formula SAE Brazil (FSAE-B)
  • 2004 world champion: Cornell U
  • 2005 Formula SAE Italy/Formula ATA (FSAE-I)
  • 2005 pre event of Formula Student Germany (FSG)
  • 2005 world champion: Cornell U
  • 2006 Formula Student Germany competition at Hockenheimring
  • 2006 Formula SAE Lincoln, 70 teams attempting
  • 2006 world champion: RMIT U
  • 2007 Formula SAE Hybrid, 6 teams attempting
  • 2007 world champion: RMIT U
  • 2008 Formula SAE Virginia, 43 teams attempting
  • 2008 world champion: U Stuttgart
  • 2009 nonofficial event FSAustria (FSA), 21 teams attempting, 1st Oregon State University, 2nd UAS Graz, 3rd UCE Ravensburg
  • 2009 alumni idea of FStotal.com is getting realistic
  • 2009 world champion: U Stuttgart
  • 2010 nonofficial event Formula Student Hungary (FSH), 11 teams attempting, 1st UAS Amberg Weiden, 2nd TU Budapest, 3rd HTWG Konstanz
  • 2010 nonofficial event Formula Student Spain (FSS), 11 teams attempting
  • 2010 Formula Student Germany Electric parallel to FSG with 15 attempting teams, 1st University Stuttgart, 2nd TU Eindhoven, 3rd TU Graz
  • 2010 world champion combustion: DHBW Ravensburg + Oregon State U; electric: U Stuttgart
  • 2011 world champion combustion: U Stuttgart; electric: TU Delft
  • 2012 world champion combustion: U Stuttgart; electric: TU Delft
  • 2013 nonofficial event Formula Student Czech Republic (FSCzech)
  • 2013 world champion combustion: U Stuttgart; electric: ETH Zurich
  • 2014 Formula Student Austria is getting an official event
  • 2014 nonofficial event Formula Student Russia

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