Texas A&M Formula SAE team takes top prize in competition

The Texas A&M Formula SAE team won the overall championship at Formula SAE Lincoln in Nebraska against a field of 80 collegiate teams from around the country. The Texas A&M Formula SAE program is a senior capstone project in the mechanical engineering department in which 21 students design and build a race car. The competition at the end of the year not only features on-track events, but teams are also graded on their engineering design, cost and business case presentation.

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