The Waterloo Baja SAE Team is a group of Waterloo Engineering Students who design and build an off-road vehicle to race in SAE sanctioned Baja events. Each year the team must design, build, test, promote, and race a small-scale, off-road prototype vehicle.
The Baja SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)
competition itself is three days of events that put the team's vehicles
to the test. Examples of testing/competing are acceleration, top speed,
skid pull, hill climb and maneuverability events. The main event in the
competitions is the final grueling four-hour endurance race where all
entered teams are put on a race track for four hours, with the goal of completing as many laps as possible.
- The 2012 team successfully competed in the 2012 Baja SAE Oregon State competition event, placing 24th overall. This is the best result for the University of Waterloo team since 1993! Good job to everyone involved in making this happen, and a big thanks to all our SPONSORS!!
Latest Newsletter: 2012 February-Build Progress
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