Our team uses a variety of industry-level simulation interfaces to model, test and optimize every component of the car. We strive to complete a full engineering design cycle on every system to ensure safety and efficiency.
With access to one of the best-equipped machine shops in Canada, we do the majority of our fabrication and construction in house. All other parts manufacturing is completed by our generous sponsors.
Since 1976, the team has been a source of school pride, tradition and sportsmanship at competition. Recently placing 1st, 4th and 7th overall, the team is looking to continue our excellence in the upcoming season.
Our first competition for the 2013 Baja SAE series took place at Tennessee Tech University April 18-21. We set off with 6 team members and made the long drive from Kingston, ON to Cookeville, TN with a van and 26′ box truck with the Baja car and all of our tools. We arrived a little later thanRead More
Here are some pictures of the car from our first competition in Tennessee!Read More
We have made a fantastic new discovery about how to setup a bias bar. There is no need for spacers or shims between the clevises and the pedal sleeve. The balance bar used to flip flop around, and we thought the way to fix this was by adding spacers. Wrong. We just needed to tightenRead More