2011 BYU Formula Hybrid Team
This page is for historical purposes. Currently, BYU is not creating Formula Hybrid teams. To see what BYU is currently working on visit Current Teams page.
The 2011 Formula Hybrid Team consisted of 15 students. Coached by Robert Todd, the team will competed May 1-5 in Louden New Hampshire.
Formula Team Body
The Formula hybrid team is working on making their carbon fiber body. You can check out a time lapse of the layup process by following the link.
Formula Hybrid Team was in New Hampshire
Our Formula Hybrid Team was in New Hampshire participating in the SAE formula hybrid competition. They released a sneak peak from their business presentation. Thanks to all those that made the car and the video possible! Check out the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6b9w5XswnWQ
Hybrid Team Working on Carbon Fiber
The formula hybrid team was working on making their carbon fiber body. Click here to see a time lapse of the layup process. Thanks goes out to Ryan McLean for setting it up and compiling the shots.
2008 BYU Formula Hybrid Team
The BYU formula hybrid team finished their last design review. The car was completed early that morning. The team was preparing to test and make adjustments for their competition which is during the first week of May in New Hampshire.
Formula Hybrid International Competition
Although BYU is currently not participating, the Formula Hybrid challenges college and university students to design, build, and race high-performance, plug-in hybrid vehicles. Building on the Formula SAE program, Formula Hybrid adds an extra level of complexity: fuel efficiency.
With technological challenges for students with backgrounds in electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering, Formula Hybrid encourages interdisciplinary teamwork and innovation.
The 2011 competition was held on May 1-4, 2011 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon, NH. The competition is organized by Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth and carries the endorsement of the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. (SAE) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE). The event also includes an educational program for high school students interested in learning more about Formula Hybrid.
For more information about formula hybrid competitions, visit http://www.formula-hybrid.org/. This page is for historical purposes. Currently, BYU is not creating Formula Hybrid teams. To see what BYU is currently working on visit Current Teams page.