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Thread: Formula SAE West 2006 Competition: - Updates, Pictures, Stories, and More.

  1. #151
    why is your car called V8? it is running with an F4i isn't it?
    Mike D
    UTSA 04-

  2. #152
    Dude its because it runs off of V8 juice..or maybe because its red.

    Oh by the way this is Tony!

  3. #153
    Originally posted by markocosic:
    No apparent objections so...
    Clearance... ...insufficient!
    Is that a phone?
    Greg Hartman
    Cessna Aircraft
    Mizzou Racing 2003-2006

  4. #154
    The curly cable is/was the lamp for the "clearance xxx" sign
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    Marko

  5. #155
    Originally posted by MikeDutsa:
    why is your car called V8? it is running with an F4i isn't it?
    Because the team members like V8 cars, so the team name was being V8. Unlike in USA, here in Brazil there aren`t much V8 cars in roads.

    But we are running with CB600Fw hornet (F3).

    Sorry my english!!
    André Souza
    V8 Team
    FACENS - Faculdade de Engenharia de Sorocaba

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    looks like some of the results got a little shifted.
    the results

    Geoff may have to go back and edit his post about never beating wollogong.
    '01-'06 Cal Poly Pomona

  7. #157
    Wow....so do we get to exchange trophies then?

    9th to 4th makes me happy, but I gotta go double check...

    Edit: Wow, Wollongong & RMIT 0.44 pts? That's almost exactly what we missed 4th place by last year...
    UW FSAE 05-06
    WWU FSAE 02-04

  8. #158
    What happened? I kind of liked lucky number 7.

    -Trey

  9. #159
    The response I got from SAE-I was:

    "Unfortunately we had some inexperienced volunteers working with scoring and the unusual time window to produce the scores so a formula error in the excel spreadsheet was missed."

  10. #160
    Now that the dust has settled and they have finally worked out the actual scores, I would like to congratulate all the teams, Texas A&M and then the two Australian teams in particular.

    Of course, this means that single cylinder cars won in Detroit and were first and second in California. Interesting times and it will be interesting to see the follow on effect in future competitions.

    One week to Formula Student. I look forward to catching up with many friends there. Say 'Hi' if you see me.

    Regards to all
    Pat Clarke
    The trick is ... There is no trick!

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