Formula SAE-A hat trick for Monash University

February 2012
Motor Equipment News;Feb2012, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports on the highlights of the Formula SAE-Australasia car racing event in 2011. It claims that the Monash University Motorsport team was able to defend their title for the second consecutive time. Among the competitors were teams from India, Japan and New Zealand. The event was hosted by the firm GM Holden.


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