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Our team combines years of knowledge from building combustion race cars with the emerging industry of electric racing. Our years of mechanical development let us tackle these new technologies head-on while maintaining a solid racing platform. We strive to push Concordia engineering students to become top-notch, relevant future employees in an ever-changing job market. Here at Concordia Formula SAE, we don't just make race cars go fast, we create the race car of the future.

Formula Subsystems


Responsible for the creation of components such as wings and diffusers used to create downforce and push the car into the ground.


Responsible for slowing the car through the combination of hydraulic and friction systems.


Responsible for attaching the other subsystems together as well as protecting the driver from the elements.

Data Acquisition

Responsible for the acquiring of sensor data and refining it with the objective of assisting other subsystems with the analysis of said data.


Responsible for the steering geometry, closely related to the suspension subsystem.


Responsible for translating forces from the tires into the rest of the car through the establishment of car specific geometry.

Wheels & Tires

Responsible for all cornering and acceleration forces transferring between the road and the car.

IC Electrical

Responsible for low voltage components needed for the operation of the engine and onboard instruments.

IC Powertrain

Responsible for the creation of a combustion engine subsystem which powers the car.

Accumulator (EV)

Responsible for the battery and its management systems which are mostly high voltage.

EV Powertrain

Responsible for the motor, motor controller, and gearbox that power the car.

EV Electrical

Responsible for the low voltage systems of the car such as safety equipment and sensing equipment. 

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