Brum Eco Racing

Brum EcoBrum Eco Racing is a brand new society for the College and we're looking for new members. By joining our team you will be building a single-seater car from scratch and learning cutting edge engineering with an eco-friendly perspective which will become immensely important in the future. We're working towards competing in the Shell Eco Marathon, an international engineering event with the aim to build the car that can travel the furthest distance on the least amount of fuel. We're aiming for our car to achieve 1,000 mpg! 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 or email us on We'll keep updating this page too as more starts to happen!

EPS Societies' Awards won:

  • Inspirational Committee Member 2019, Annabel Brown

Brum Eco Racing 2019


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Vice-Chancellor visits Engineering Societies!

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.

Spring Term Review with Brum Eco Racing

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.

Brum Eco Competition Review 2018

New Team Principal Annabel Brown provides a summary of this year's competition

Hello from Brum Eco Racing!

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.
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