Our Former Model: ARG 18
• Student-designed and fabricated single-piece carbon fiber composite monocoque
• 7/8 carbon fiber composite monocoque with removable rear steel subframe
Suspension & Unsprung
• 4-wheel independent double A-arm suspension
• Pushrod-actuated Penske 7800 2-way adjustable dampers
• 7.5x10" Hoosier R25B Racing Slicks
• Adjustable front and rear anti-roll system
• Custom Aluminum uprights, hubs, and wheel centers
• MoTeC M400 EC
• MoTeC ADL3 Data Logger
• Modular CAN Data Acquisition
• Launch and traction control
• Turbocharged 4-Cylinder Honda CBR600RR engine
• BorgWarner KP-35 Turbocharger with Custom DMLS Turbine Housing
• Custom Dry Sump Lubrication System
• Chain-driven Drexler Mechanical LSD
Cornell Racing wins its third World Championship and receives awards for Spirit of Excellence, Best Engineering Design, Best Performance, and Best Prototype.
Cornell Racing wins its fourth World Championship due to the addition of new engine electronics, inboard suspension, and innovative composite design.
Cornell Racing wins its fifth World Championship, taking first place in several events and setting a record for the most points ever scored at an FSAE competition (924.62/1000).
Cornell Racing wins its sixth World Championship
Cornell Racing wins its seventh World Championship
Cornell Racing wins its eighth World Championship with the first ever electronically controlled turbocharger wastegate.
Cornell Racing wins its ninth World Championship and receives a perfect score of 350 points in the Endurance event.
Cornell Racing wins its first title at the University of Toronto Shootout.
Cornell Racing competes at Formula Student Germany.
Cornell Racing places sixth at FSAE Michigan.
Cornell Racing wins first place in Acceleration, fifth in Design, and Eighth place overall at FSAE Michigan.