January 29, 2019
New Formula Hybrid Sponsor: McLaren Applied Technologies
McLaren Applied Technologies are renowned for producing ATLAS, a powerful motorsports data analysis software package that is used in Formula One, NASCAR, IndyCar & Formula E. They are proud to offer this cutting edge software package at no cost to Formula Hybrid teams for 2019. (See: McLaren Listing.)
Contact McLaren Formula Hybrid Support for a download link and license, along with any usage questions.
January 7, 2019
An Updated Bonus and Penalty points sheet has been posted!
See: STUDENTS > RULES AND DEADLINES
It is important that teams review this sheet and notify us of any discrepancies within 7 days of the posting date.
Also note that all the ESF-1’s have been conditionally approved. Some ESFs are excellent, while some others are not not quite there yet. Review the comments in the sheets, and if you don’t understand any of them, please contact the reviewer via the Support Pages and ask for clarification.
Any outstanding issues will need to be sorted out before submitting the ESF-2’s.
Questions about your Project Management plan?
The following are great resources showing both why PM is important and what a good PM plan contains
Don’t start planning without consulting these tips and techniques!
Registration deadline has been extended.
Registration for Formula Hybrid closes November 12th.
ESF-1 bonus points deadline has been extended.
The deadline for the 10-point submission bonus is now October 17.
Formula Hybrid wins 2018 ABET Innovation Award!
Recognized by ABET for innovations in engineering & design education.
2019 Rules have been posted
They can be found here: 2019 Formula Hybrid Rules
Energy Allocation and Maximum Accumulator Sizes
Note that the 2019 energy allocation (hybrid category) has been changed.
- Endurance Energy Allocation: 31.25 MJ
Accumulator capacities are unchanged from 2018:
- Maximum Accumulator Capacity (Hybrid): 4,449 Wh
- Maximum Accumulator Capacity (Electric-only): 5,400 Wh