We provide the Experience; You supply the Knowledge.

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Formula SAEĀ® is globally the most established educational motorsport competition organized by SAE International. Backed by industry and academia, the competition aims to provide real world experience to young engineers bridging the gap as they enter the workforce. Universities from across the globe accept the challenge to conceive, design, fabricate and compete with small formula-style race cars. The cars are built with a team effort over a period of eight to twelve months before reaching competitions where students are judged on their knowledge and vehicles are judged on performance.

As a Formula SAE Volunteer, your time and talent will add value to our competition. Come enjoy everything the competition has to offer by helping the teams (thousands of students) directly.

For the 2024 competition season, both competitions will be hosted in Brooklyn, Michigan.
Our May competition is designed to host 120 combustion class teams.
Our June competition is designed to host up to 75 electric class teams.

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Volunteer Sign up - Instructional Video Guidance

Where to Volunteer?

Both Formula SAE competitions will be hosting a virtual Business Presentation Round for all competing teams. Each competition will have their own scheduled day. This opportunity can be found in the Volunteer SignUp Links below along with the onsite volunteer roles.

Formula SAE

Michigan International Speedway
May 8-11, 2024
Brooklyn, Michigan

Volunteer SignUp Closed

Formula SAE Electric

Michigan International Speedway
June 12-15, 2024
Brooklyn, Michigan

Volunteer SignUp NOW OPEN

If you are experiencing problems with our online sign up OR INTERESTED in helping us with document review of technical submissions required by student teams, please email [email protected]

Code of Conduct

All SAE Volunteers are expected to uphold the highest standards for professional conduct while volunteering for an SAE Program. Volunteers must treat all participants with courtesy, respect, and dignity. Volunteers are responsible for modeling professional conduct and for cultivating a respectful and inclusive program.

To foster a just and safe community unprofessional behavior, including that which is intimidating, threatening, violent, inappropriate, illegal, or dishonest, will be addressed by promoting accountability and following up with any actions necessary. Unprofessional behavior may result in the removal of volunteers from the program indefinitely.