With our trailer looking worse for wear, the team decided it was time for a refresh and took to the task of re-cladding the tired frame.
Interested to see what we've been up to since the completion of the M016 last year, have a read of our latest newsletter covering design and the recruitment process.
Thirty students set out each year to design, manufacture and race their own formula-style racing car. Find out how the students are selected to participate, where and how they compete and the types of opportunities you can gain from being i…
As a first year engineering student, coming to university for the first time can be rather daunting. However joining the University of Auckland Formula SAE team has make the transition from college to university that much smoother with expe…
We get asked all the time why we use the number 47, and it always fills us with pride to reply that it is to pay homage to Bruce McLaren and the work of the Bruce McLaren Trust... Written by Taru Naug, Business Leader
The aerodynamic direction of the car has changed dramatically from last year. The M014 had a full aerodynamics package designed and built for it, which included a front and rear wing, and a diffuser... Written by Pranaya Thaker, Aerodynamic…
With the completion of a running car approaching and parts coming back from sponsors, the suspension team has been very busy lately... Written by Jack Beagley, Suspension Leader.
Its been a long time coming but we are finally here.
Welcome to the new and improved University of Auckland Formula SAE team's website!
With the passing of September comes a significant milestone in the lead up to the 2015 FSAE campaign: it is officially little less than 3 months left until competition