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  1. #31
    I never competed in FS-Germany when in school, but this year my former team (from Missouri S&T) finally made it over. It was great to be able to keep tabs on them via the tech update page, the live timing, the TV stream, the twitter updates- so much coverage. And from what I saw I was impressed- what a well organized, well run event.

    It was unfortunate that S&T couldn't edge out a better result in endurance but I'm glad they took the leap and had the experience of FSG and was proud of the times they were laying down. The course layouts at FSG are a far cry from the wide-open SCCA courses we were at home with when I was a student.

  2. #32
    Originally posted by rollcentre:
    The course layouts at FSG are a far cry from the wide-open SCCA courses we were at home with when I was a student.
    Well, at least the FSG track was according to the rules other than the tracks of other events. The fastest team got an average speed of about 58km/hr, so they really hit it.
    I saw that they were testdriving the track with an older car on Monday and Tuesday, so I think that makes the difference. Well done, guys!

    Fantomas
    Scores under pressure

  3. #33
    Hi,

    has sombody videos from the Design Review and the Award Ceremony on Sunday?

    Thanks!

    Regards,
    Leibi

  4. #34
    I am quite sure that the LiveStreamingTeam recorded that. They just need some time to upload the videos.
    Regards,

    Tobias

    Formula Student Germany
    FSE Rules & Organisation
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