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The Adelaide University Motorsport Team

The Adelaide University Motorsport Team was founded in 2001 to compete in the annual Formula-SAE Australasia competition. With support from a wide range of loyal and invaluable sponsors, AUMT is celebrating their 15th consecutive entry to the competition in 2015. The team is completely student run and consists of students from every year level and multiple disciplines including Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Business and more.

Through our website you will be able to keep up to date with the latest projects our team members are undertaking, and gain insight into the world of FSAE, as well as apply for positions and membership for our Team and Club.

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The Adelaide University Motorsport Club

The Adelaide University Motorsport Club was founded in 2015 through the Adelaide University Sports Association.  The club hosts a range of events and activities where Motorsport enthusiasts can get together and meet people with similar interests. 2015 saw the start of our annual Go-Kart Championship, as well as several social events such as our successful Formula One Nights where members could get together at the Seven Stars Hotel to watch the race, have a drink, and enjoy the company of fellow racing fans. As the club begins to expand we hope to host many more events over the year, including Quiz Nights and on Campus Barbecues.

 

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Just over a week until Christmas. Where has the year gone?!

From everyone at AUMT, wishing you a safe and happy Christmas and new year.

Enjoy some time with family and friends. When you get a chance, check out these photographic highlights from our Formula SAE year.
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Just over a week until Christmas. Where has the year gone?! From everyone at AUMT, wishing you a safe and happy Christmas and new year. Enjoy some time with family and friends. When you get a chance...

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FSAE-A Day Four: You may love motorsport, but motorsport might not love you...

Unfortunately AUMT's 2017 campaign has come to an abrupt end, with an off-track excursion during this morning's Autocross event.

While driver Devon Martin was unharmed, it was not so for ADL-17. A broken spindle is unable to be replaced in the pits before the upcoming Endurance event this afternoon.

AUMT would like to thank all of the other FSAE teams who have offered us tools, parts and support today, plus our sponsors and supporters for 2017, who enabled us to bring a competitive package to this year's event. We will be back on track soon!
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Day three; skid pan and acceleration completed, now just autocross and endurance remaining. Looking forward to another day of racing. ... See MoreSee Less

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A little action from today’s acceleration event.

For the full coverage head over to In Pit Lane on YouTube:

www.youtube.com/user/inpitlane
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More highlights from an exciting week for the AU Motorsport Club: we are now officially affiliated with Adelaide University Sport - The Blacks! The Club's President, Kailin Sullivan, collected our affiliation certificate at this week's AU Sport Blues Awards.

Congratulations also to AUMC's Tom Ralph, for earning a Half Blue Award for his commitment to the Adelaide University Touch Club. Well done Tom!
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Adelaide University Sport hosted its annual Blues Awards for the 109th time in November. The University of Adelaide students and club members celebrated the year in sport. Blue, Half Blue, Club Letter...

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An exciting night for a large part of our Club! Congratulations to the Adelaide University Motorsport Team who successfully launched ADL-17 last night! All the best for the 2017 Formula SAE-A Competition in less than 2 weeks 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

ADL-17 unveiled at our Launch Party • • • • • #adelaideuniversitymotorsportteam #aumt #uoa #uniofadelaide #formulasae #fsae #adl17 #launchnight

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The Adelaide University Motorsport Club will be hosting a BBQ lunch Thursday the 27th of July on the Barr Smith Lawns from 11am am till 3pm.
Members can get TWO sausages and a Can for $3 ($4 for non members)
All proceeds will once again be supporting MS Research Australia.
Grab a bargain and support a great cause - Share this with your friends so they can do the same.
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AUMC is welcoming new members, who may also join the university's Formula SAE team. Come and visit us today! ... See MoreSee Less

Keen to join our team? Pay us a visit at Clubs in the Hub from 11:30 am-2:30 pm today...

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Attention AUMC Members: The volunteer opportunity below is available...

I've just spoken to a couple guys from AUMC about a volunteer opportunity that could be advertised to club members. I've had this role for 5 years now and sadly have to call it quits since I'll be graduating this year. It would be ideal for first year students who want to get started on building up their resumes. A couple key points:

- 1 position available
- Only needed for a couple of full days per year (plus briefing/induction)
- Need to be 'switched on' and willing to help out however necessary.
- Located at the museum in Birdwood, so having access to a car is crucial
- Lunch provided

This is the role description:
VOLUNTEER ROLE NATIONAL MOTOR MUSEUM – EVENT ASSISTANT

Required a minimum of twice a year at the Rock & Roll Rendezvous in April and the acclaimed Bay to Birdwood the last Sunday in September. This role assists the Event Coordinator in a variety of tasks including runner duties (messages and/or goods to various positions around the grounds), customer service to the general public and vehicle entrants, assistance to sponsors as required, photography and relief at gate entry positions.

Essential requirements are to be responsive to instructions (a good listener), a pleasant and cordial manner, a good communicator (including over a 2-way radio) and a desire to be involved with events. This is a role well suited to someone passionate about our motoring heritage as both events are for pre 1980 vehicles. Knowledge of the layout of the Museum is a definite advantage but this can be gained through a position briefing.

If interested please contact Pauline Renner 8568 4022 or prenner@history.sa.gov.au.

Much appreciated if you could forward this to any members who might be interested.
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