Introduction to the Team & the Competition:
Team Ojaswat is 25 member group of young and passionate students of different disciplines possessing extraordinary skills and intellect.
Formula SAE is the premiere student design competition in the world. Students from universities around the world design, build and race a formula style car. The car is judged on various criteria broadly divided into statics and dynamics. Each event is judged by professionals from all around the world in the field of motor-sport. We are going to participate in formula Bharat 2020. It is design based competition in which the best formula styled race cars from India as well as abroad participates in.These events make sure that it’s not just the fastest car that wins but the one that has the best overall package.
Team Ojaswat has been manufacturing and racing cars since 2011 and is the oldest team in Gujarat right now.
Our team has set benchmarks for performance by at FSAE competitions. Dealing with the dearth of funds and technical setbacks due to the absence of required technology, our team has been constantly evolving. Our cars have attracted attention through all forms of media. We display our cars at prominent shopping malls and auto exhibitions.
Formula Student is the testing ground for the next generation of engineers where students are given the task of building a single-seat racing car. Teams such as our own push themselves to build a better car every year. More often than naught, such efforts are met with major design changes resulting from creativity, innovation and sometimes circumstance themselves. In Formula Student, a major factor which ends up being the difference between achieving vital design goals and not being able to execute on them, is the financial resources that the team has at its disposal. Money is the biggest limiting factor when it comes to designing a car. With your support we can generate enough funds and turn our design into a living breathing work of art with utmost precision.
We have had a rich legacy in such competitions but want to achieve better results and have also been bound by the chains of money. A successful fundraiser could turn our fortunes around and help us to inspire more young like minded engineers.