On Saturday, April 15th, Bulls Racing held their annual car unveiling event at the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum. Bulls Racing is the University of South Florida’s Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (FSAE) race team. Every year, this team designs, manufactures, and competes in an open-wheel race car at Michigan International Speedway for the Formula SAE Michigan event. About a month before competition, the team unveils their new car and livery design to the public at a private e
vent consisting of sponsors, family members, and USF faculty.
With Polypack as a title sponsor for the team, the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum and Polypack were once again proud to host this event for the USF engineering student organization. This year is the second year the team has had their event at the museum. This year, however, over 100 people were in attendance for this event!
USF President Rhea Law kicked off the event, followed by Bulls Racing President John Montgomery introducing a team video to hype up the crowd. Speeches from the team’s Executive Board and Design Leads followed, and afterwards Chief Engineer Omar Ads fired up the car for the crowd to hear!
After the presentation, attendees were invited to check out the museum, chat with team members, and enjoy some food and drinks.
To learn more about Bulls Racing, visit www.bullsracing.com. We wish the team good luck at their competition and hope to see them back here next year!