FSG Combustion Reunion
Dear FSG Community & Alumni Teams!
FSG 2023 will be the last event in Hockenheim with a combustion class. Therefore, we would like to appreciate the last 16 years of unique engine sounds with our “FSG Combustion Reunion”.
What is the “FSG Combustion Reunion”?
This temporary class is a tribute to vehicles with an internal combustion engine that have participated in FSG until 2017. With your Alumni Team you compete in several dynamic disciplines in Hockenheim in a competition among vehicles which are ‘(maybe) old but (definitely) gold’!
To join this heritage-style FSG competition class which will take place on Saturday & Sunday, all you need to do is to register via the following link with basic information of your car & team and get the engines ready for this August!
We accept applications from up to 15 Teams until March 10th, 23:59 CET.
We are looking forward to seeing your beauties on track in Hockenheim!
As the running “FS East Alumnicup Campion” from last year and most successful combustion car in FSAE history we would love to compete at the FSG 2023 Combustion Reunion.
Why is the 0711-11 the most successful combustion car in history? GFR and Esslingen had also quite good cars wich have won 4 out of 4 events. Your car has only 4 out of 5. Also you didn't won FSG which is the event with the highest competitiveness, but the other two cars have.
@ThomasMüller 4429 points #quickmath
@MaddiMcAwesome Thats 885,8 points/event in average. GFR 2014: 3673 points in 4 events means 918,25 in average, GFR 2015: 2693 points in 3 events means 897,66 in average, Rennstall 2021: 3781 points in 4 events means 945,25 in average. You can't compare total values, thats really stupid :D
We, the HAWKS Racing Alumni would love to particitate at the FSG 2023 Combustion reunion and bring our beautiful H12 along to finally battle it out on track again with Rennteam '16. You know, we are building electric cars now but we did built some beautiful combustion race cars back in the day.
With the oldest car so far in the application, we would love to take our FR7 to the track sixteen years later!