The KMR-13 represented a huge step forward in the engineering quality and ambitions of the team. This year marks the first time the team made parts out of carbon fiber in house, as well as the first aero kit made by the team. If that wasn't enough, the car features a fully active rear wing, sand-casted suspension components, and ultra precise chassis construction with the introduction of a custom rotisserie. The team made all these upgrades while placing 2nd in the Michigan Cost Event. To top these successes, the team received a grant from the industry giant Alcoa, as a well as a grant to purchase a 20 foot trailer.
|Dr. Fred Stolfi||Faculty Advisor||SEAS'88|
|Miguel Rodriguez||Chief Engineer||SEAS'13|
|Aaron Knock||Aero / Body||SEAS'13|
|Hwei Ru Ong||Cooling||CC'14|
|Kyle Fleming||Intake / Exhaust||SEAS'14|