Formula Student Event

19th August 2012

Students from both The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University will showcase their Formula Racing cars at an event that will give you the opportunity to find out more about these fantastic projects.

This is your chance to help these young engineers improve their cars with your support and sponsorship, increasing their chances of success in the European Formula Student Competition. Find out how your company could get involved with the competition. You will have the opportunity to speak to local schools whose pupils have also been bitten by the F1 bug and will be competing in the Formula Schools Competition with their own racing cars. Look out for the University of Sheffield's Engineering without Borders Society and The Bromley Skeleton Bob Simulator. The event will take place on 20th March from 4.30pm until 5.30pm at the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP) just off junction 33 of the M1. This event will be followed by the YABA Investment Forum. For more information and to register for the event, please email e.a.ree@sheffield.ac.uk

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