Competition

The competition is split into two categories; static and dynamic disciplines.

Statics (325 Points):

Business Plan
75 Pt.
Cost and Manufacturing
100 Pt.
Engineering Design
150 Pt.

  • Business Plan Presentation (75 Points):

    The Business Presentation has to be held in front of a fictional group of potential investors. The goal is to deliver a convincing selling plan including a marketing strategy for 1000 cars to the jury.

  • Cost and Manufacturing (100 Points):

    At the Cost event the expenses for the car are presented. Each component has a price, as written in the rules. The production of 1000 cars serves as a calculation basis

  • Engineering Design (150 Points):

    At the Engineering Design Event the construction details are presented. A judging Team consisting of engineering experts discusses each solution for every details of the car.

Dynamics (675 Points):

Accel.
75 Pt.
Skidpad
75 Pt.
Autocross
100 Pt.
Endurance
325 Pt.
Efficiency
100 Pt.

  • Acceleration (75 Points):

    The Basics of this contest are simple: Which car is the fastest on a 75 meters long track.

  • Skid-Pad (75 Points):

    At the Skid Pad the Suspensions is tested by driving a total of 4 rounds in the shape of an 8, half of them clockwise, then counterclockwise.

  • Autocross (100 Points):

    A Race on an circuit made of chicanes, obstacles and corners. This event is also part of the qualification for the endurance race.

  • Endurance (325 Points):

    The Endurance is the toughest event of the Formula Student. At this contest the driver and the car have to withstand a 22km long Endurance Race. Those taking part in this race are among the top 25.

  • Fuel Economy (100 Points):

    This Event takes place during the Endurance Race. The winner of this contest is the team which is emitting the least amount of CO2 during the 22km long race.


Overall: 1000 Points