Aspiring automobile engineers ready to test their expertise at annual Formula Hybrid at NH Motor Speedway
The Formula Hybrid Competition was founded and is run by Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering and is an interdisciplinary design and engineering challenge for undergraduate and graduate university students.
“We feel like this is a good introduction for them for engineering. Many of them come to the event not even knowing what engineers do,” said Amy Keeler, coordinating manager of Formula Hybrid on Friday.
The Formula Hybrid is also often a life-changing opportunity for the competitors, she said.
“Over and over again we hear that Formula Hybrid was the best experience they had in school and it’s changed their lives for the better. It really is a great opportunity for them. It’s their time to shine,” Keeler said.
The international component of the competition is also expanding this year.
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