Melbourne University Racing brings together a diverse cohort of students to design, build and race an electric race car every year— from scratch.
The team consists of over 60 members, ranging in experience from first-year Undergraduates to final year Master's students across all faculties in the university. We are the biggest student engineering team at the university and compete against other universities around the world in Formula SAE.
Students involved in Melbourne University Racing gain invaluable skills that are applicable not only to their studies, but professional life beyond university.
To learn more about us and our team, see the links below.
FSAE began in the United States of America in 1979 when a professor of engineering saw the benefits of challenging his students to design and build an “open-wheel” race car.View
Melbourne University Racing in 2024 is comprised of thirteen engineering team leads, overseeing eight sub-systems for our electric race vehicle, as well as five business leads and five operations officersView
Hear from some past MUR Motorsports Alumni on the challenges and benefits of participating in a student engineering project team.View
Our key partners are vital in their support and provide resources in making MUR Motorsports able to compete in FSAE- AustralasiaView
Our industry partners are key to our success and development and provide for a sustainable future.View
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Without the kind support of the University of Melbourne and the generous contributions we receive from our partners MUR would not have a car to put out onto the track.View
MUR Motorsports is comprised of student from across all faculties, who build an electric vehicle over a 12-month design cycle. The team competes in Formula SAE, an International competition against hundreds of teams from around the world.