First practice of the Master of engineering competition 2013

The February 18, 2013 started the 4th edition of the Master in engineering school competition in Barcelona. Once again, your response has been excellent and in its fourth year has a total of 27 students. The Master, internationally oriented, begins to discover outside of our borders and the proof is that this year, in addition to having students of all Spanish geography, so does with students from Venezuela and Colombia.

This April, two different test days, students of the Master were able to test their knowledge, both formulas as with cars and motorcycles. The Circuit d’Alcarràs, in Lleida, has been the venue for this first introductory practice. The practices have served to check it’s working dynamic competition team for a test and the tasks you performed the engineering to tourism / formula / motorcycle and driver management.


For motoring practices have been used three vehicles: a Renault Clio Cup, a Seat Leon Super Cup and Formula Renault 2.0. On the other hand, in motorcycling, it has resorted to the use of two KTM Moto3, the Team Estrella Galicia 0.0. Track engineers responsible for each frame have been professors of the Master and under his supervision, has been shifting to the practice previously acquired knowledge in class regarding the analysis of data and vehicle dynamics.

The pilots responsible for carrying out driving duties and analysis were José Manuel Pérez Aicart, Jaime Font, Carlos Ezpeleta, David Cebrian and Carlos Gil on four wheels and Miguel Parra, María Herrera and Sarath Kumar on two wheels.


After going checking all data from different mounts, the students were able to hear the feelings of each of the drivers present to optimizing the various settings used.

Monlau Competition attaches great importance to these practices as they help to bring out all the theory applied in the classroom, placing students in real competitive environments.

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