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SAE: Fully Loaded

Bwog will admit to a slight fascination with the Society of Automotive Engineers. We’ve swooned over their homemade car, we’ve felt their pain as their ABC allocation shrunk, and today, we shared in their elation when tipster Jonathan Battat informed us that SAE placed 67th (the team’s highest ranking to date) at the Formula SAE competition in Michigan. 2008’s FSAE was also the first in which the CU team completed every event. 

Pictures from the event are available here, here, and here. Congrats, engineers! 

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  • FIRST!!!!!!!!!!!1 says:

    @FIRST!!!!!!!!!!!1 LOLOLOLOL

  • emily anne says:

    @emily anne aww…i found a picture of my brother in the second album posted. he drives for university of toledo.

    i think i’m going to join columbia’s SAE, power my way to being the driver, and then beat my brother. and probably get a few awkward dates in the process.

    1. erm says:

      @erm This is Columbia…you will not get dates.

  • heyo says:

    @heyo thats 67 out of ~150 by the way

  • awesome says:

    @awesome The real question is: WWNTD?

  • wow says:

    @wow that’s pretty kick ass. one of the few interesting clubs/teams on campus

  • sweet says:

    @sweet They are awesome!!

  • NT I LOVE YOU says:


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