Colegio Racing Engineering- FSAE UPRM
Striving only for the best.
View our engineering capabilities and passion for building the fastest, lightest, most cost effective Formula SAE race car in the Caribbean.
Who We Are
Formula SAE is a stepping stone for young professionals to develop their careers by designing, building, testing, and marketing an open wheel racecar in which innovative technology drives the soul of the competition. We are part of the collegiate chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) for the University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez Campus (UPRM). Our goal is to compete every year at the Formula SAE Michigan event each May against 120 universities across the globe. An event this diverse and competitive only provides the ingredients for innovation, problem solving skills and creativity to each team and members with the end goal of providing accelerated professional growth.
Our name is Colegio Racing Engineering, where a group of over 30 students across an array of disciplines aligned together to build the fastest, lightest, most cost-efficient car from Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. This task can only become a reality thanks to our sponsors who support the growth of the next crop of professionals by aiding the team with event registration, materials and tools, manufacturing process and travel expenses.
What We Do
Road to Michigan 2021
Here at Colegio Racing Engineering we let our passion and work do the talking. We are extremely motivated to reach and exceed all our goals, including competing May 2021 in Formula SAE Michigan.
Since 1991, the University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez Campus, has
participated in Formula SAE Competitions under the banner of
Colegio Racing Engineering.
Colegio Racing Engineering is the fore-runner in Puerto Rico and
the Caribbean, by being the only one from the region to compete in
Formula SAE, until 2004. Even though competition for the local reign
arrived, we were already widely recognized as being one of the most
innovative in cost-effective construction and problem solving
processes. In May 2017, we marked the second highest score in the
history of the UPRM, positioning ourselves as the best team in Puerto
Rico and the Caribbean. While in 2019 we were able to secure a 34 overall position out of 120 teams in the competition with CC-2. We're excited to see what our future brings with CC-3.
As a team we are striving to participate in Formula SAE Michigan in May of 2021. The competition is extremely tough, but we believe in our engineering capabilities and aspire to place in the top 20 teams out of more than 120 Universities from across the globe.