Tuesday, May 2, 2017
CETA Wishes Good Luck to Formula SAE
Dean Louis Manzione spent Saturday, April 29, with the CETA FSAE Race Car Team during their trials at Lime Rock. Dean Manzione enjoyed his time with the team and is excited about their upcoming competition in Detroit, Michigan.
Formula SAE is a student design competition built around designing a prototype race car and evaluated for its potential as a production item. Every student team designs, builds and tests their race car based on various rules to ensure safety. Each race car is driven by the students themselves and is a testament to hands on learning.
The first Formula SAE competition was held in a parking lot on the University of Texas Campus in 1981. By 1982 the event became international.
Next week, CETA’s Formula SAE team will be heading off to the competition in Detroit. We wish them luck and as Dean Manzione said in his tweet on Saturday they “are all winners already”!