Allgemeines

  • Weight: ~ 230kg (without driver)
  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 4,3s
  • Top speed: ~120 km/h limited by translation

Motor

  • Water cooled four row cylinder 600 ccm (Yamaha R6 RJ15 2008)
  • Max. power: approximately 61 kW @ 11.800 U/min
  • Max. torque: approximately 51 Nm @ 11.000 U/min
  • modified wet sump

Chassis

  • Double wishbone suspension
  • Öhlins TTX 25 damper
  • Damper tipped over pushrods
  • Wheelbase: 1560mm
  • Front / rear track width: 1200mm / 1150mm
  • Wheels: 7x13x20,5 Hoosier
  • Rims: 7×13 Oz Racing 1pc Alu
  • Wheel carrier: ALU7075 CNC-milled
  • Steering: Toothed rack steering gear
  • Front: 4-piston brake caliper, Ø 195mm brake disc
  • Back: 2-piston brake caliper, Ø185mm brake disc

Electronics

  • freely programmable ECU, Bosch MS4
  • electro-pneumatic shifting by steering wheel, automatic ignition interruption

Chassis

  • Steel grate tube frame E-355 + N
  • 25mm diameter, different wall thicknesses
  • Weight: ~32 kg
Year Event Overall Rank Cost Event Business Plan Engineering Design Acceleration Skidpad AutoX Endurance Fuel
2013 FSG 35 63 45 29 19 54 42 25 39
2013 FSA 29 31 36 30 18 18 31 19

For the 2013 season, the goal was to build a successor GLR2013c, which should overshadow the first race car in terms of weight, aesthetics and technical advancement. Compared to the 2012 season, Suzuki GSX-R K4 has been replaced by a Yamaha R6 RJ15, which is more compact. In addition, GLR2013c had its own electric rocking circuit, seat, display and carbon outer skin. The external implementation speaks for itself as well as a weight reduction by 45kg.

For the first time we participated not only in the Formula Student Germany at the Hockenheimring, but also in the Formula Student Austria at today’s RedBull-Ring. In the FSG overall classification, GLR landed at No. 35, with Engineering Design ranked 29 (2012: 54) and Acceleration No. 19 (2012: 28) for 75 participants.