Brum Eco Racing

brum ecoAs the world transitions to an environmentally-conscious future of efficient and innovative design, Brum Eco Racing will help you develop critical skills to help drive this cause. As the University of Birmingham’s entry to the Shell Eco Marathon Competition, the Brum Eco Racing team’s goal is to develop a car that can travel the furthest distance while consuming the least amount of fuel. The ultimate goal is a car that can achieve a fuel efficiency of 1,000 mpg, so why not come along for the ride?

We’re looking for new members of any year group and any discipline, the only requirement is enthusiasm and commitment!

We're looking for enthusiastic new members from any year group and any discipline. To find out more and to join the team visit our Facebook page, follow brumecoracing on Instagram and Twitter, join us on LinkedIn or email inbox.brumecoracing@gmail.com.

EPS Societies' Awards won:

  • Inspirational Committee Member 2019, Annabel Brown

Brum Eco Racing 2019

 

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Busy at Brum Eco? Just a bit!

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It's been possibly Brum Eco's busiest term ever and they're getting well and truly stuck in with recruiting new members, celebrating engineering and building their 2020 car. Here's a peak at what they've been up to.
Date:
19/12/2019

Shell Eco Marathon 2019 - Competition Review

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We have finally completed a run at the Shell Eco Marathon! We completed 11 laps of the circuit in 35.43 minutes and achieved a fuel efficiency of 265.53 mpg (UK)! Annabelle Brown celebrates the team's competition success
Date:
10/07/2019

Vice-Chancellor visits Engineering Societies!

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School of Engineering welcomes a visit from Professor Sir David Eastwood, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham who came to meet our motor racing societies, UB Racing and Brum Eco Racing.
Date:
17/06/2019

Spring Term Review with Brum Eco Racing

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Brum Eco Racing had a busy term attending the Big Bang Fair to represent the University and Shell, taking part in the EPS Trophy visiting Altair and more! Re-elected Team Principal Annabel Brown tells us more.
Date:
29/03/2019

Brum Eco Competition Review 2018

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New Team Principal Annabel Brown provides a summary of this year's competition
Date:
03/09/2018

Hello from Brum Eco Racing!

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Hello! We are the University's Shell Eco-Marathon team. We are a new society lead by students that is this year building an ultra-mileage car with the aim of travelling as far as we can on just one litre of fuel. Team Principal Matthew Graham tells us how their first year's going.
Date:
17/04/2018
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