FS RUDN team - absolute leader in the overall standings of «Formula student» Russian stage

FS RUDN team - absolute leader in the overall standings of «Formula student» Russian stage

FS RUDN racing team has become an absolute leader in the overall standings of «Formula student» Russian stage and took first prizes in Acceleration, Autocross and Endurance. FS RUDN – Champions of Russia 2017 in «Formula student».

The competition took place 21 - 23 September, 2017, and brought together 12 best teams from Russia and Europe. It was organized by the Department of science, industrial policy and entrepreneurship of Moscow in cooperation with SMP Racing, Power Wheels, Rosatom, Association of Automobile Engineers, Certina, ISIC, 5th Wheel, Popular Mechanics, Dni.Ru, Moskva-24, m24.ru, Aktualnaya Moskva.

Participants:

  1. FS RUDN (RUDN, Moscow)
  2. Bauman Racing Team (Bauman University, Moscow)
  3. FDR Moscow (Moscow Polytechnic Institute, Moscow)
  4. FS MADI (Moscow Automobile and Road University, Moscow)
  5. Formula Electric MADI (Moscow Automobile and Road University, Moscow)
  6. Togliatti Racing Team (TSU, Togliatti)
  7. Shukhov Racing Team (Shukhov Technical University, Togliatti)
  8. Dream Style Garage (Nosov Technical University, Magnitogorsk)
  9. Neftegaz Engineering (TEU, Tyumen)
  10. NCM Polytech (SPPU, St.Petersburg)
  11. TU BRNO Racing (Brno, Czech)
  12. FS Team Tallin (Tallinn, Estonia)
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