Hand in hand with Polish Ministry of Education and Science
“Formula Student Poland – International Engineering Competition” is a project directed by FSP Foundation which received funding from the state budget, awarded by the Ministry of Education and Science as a part of the “Social Responsibility of Science II” programme.
Main goal is to promote education by research and practical skill-building.
The 23′ edition will lay the foundation for next ones with greater range of attendees.
The event aims to attract students from diverse backgrounds and regions.
102 000,00 PLN
Project full budget: 295 500,00 PLN
Fostering cross-disciplinary collab, the event bridges the gap amid theory and practice.
Projects will be evaluated by experts, providing teams with valuable feedback and guidance.
200+ participants will benefit from experts insights, consultations, lectures, enhancing their skills.
Teams push the engineering boundaries, showcasing solutions which can enhance motosport industry.
The Student Engineering Competition FSP is the first international event of its kind in Poland, during which student teams will present their scientific achievements attained through the execution of research projects to judging panels. Their task is to construct a fully compliant with international regulations racing car, featuring advanced technological sophistication.
The competition is divided into dynamic and static tasks. In dynamics student projects, single-seater racing cars inspired by Formula 1, undergo tests of acceleration, stability, and durability.
Within the statics, students present their scientific accomplishments in three disciplines: design, cost estimation, and business plan. The cars are constructed in both electric and combustion classifications, incorporating innovative technological and environmentally-friendly solutions.