AFBE-UK (Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers, UK) provides support and promotes higher achievements in Education and Engineering particularly among students and professionals from ethnic minority backgrounds. We are a not for profit organisation which aims at challenging and inspiring people of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) origin. Our mission is to increase the number of ethnic minority people who pursue a career and have successful careers within the engineering industry.
We promote diversity in engineering and technology through our programmes and activities which are led by exceptional professionals and leaders in the Engineering industry and are designed to bring about meaningful change, sustainable growth and development and a lasting positive impact to the UK. Our goals are to encourage partnership within engineering communities, to gain recognition within the engineering industry and to support young people towards science and technology regardless of background.
The Association is not exclusive to people from a particular ethnic origin, however it focuses on people that have and share the experience and interest in inspiring people of BME origin in our communities. More details of AFBE-UK can be found on our website.
Anglo American Oil Company celebrates over 20 years of trading as a supplier of specialist fuels and oils within the racing industry, and as such, the company has gained valuable knowledge with performance fuels and lubricants. The focus has for quite a few years been in developing cleaner-burning fuels, and lubricants that reduce internal engine friction. A big part of the company is also focusing on reducing emissions in handheld small engine equipment and stationary generators and compressors.
The company is very proud to have been the fuel supplier to the UK Formula Student event, both directly and indirectly, for many years and enjoy seeing future engineers coming up with innovative ideas when trying to win the Silverstone Formula Student round. The company represents Sunoco race fuels, Driven Racing Oil range of lubricants, Freezetone coolants, the R racing brake fluids and race fuels, Aspen alkylate petrol and Ecopar – an extremely clean burning GTL diesel.
Please visit our website at AAOIL.co.uk for more information or to get in touch if you have any questions.
Camcoat Performance Coatings Ltd has been applying performance and endurance enhancing coatings to automotive and motorsport applications for 25 years. The customer base ranges from enthusiasts, through all levels of motorsport, to household name OEMs.
Our main areas of expertise are:
Thermal barrier internal and external exhaust coatings to “Racespec”
Three different piston coatings: ceramic crown coating to deter detonation damage, skirt friction reduction coating and internal coating to pull heat from the piston to the cooling oil.
Thermal dispersion coatings for cooling systems, brake components and casings for mechanical or electrical components.
Friction reducing coatings for all contact surfaces.
Further details on www.camcoat.com, e-mail email@example.com, Tel: 01925 445003
CCAV is a joint Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Department for Transport (DfT) policy unit that works with industry and academia to make the UK one of the world’s premier development locations for connected and autonomous vehicles. To support this vision, CCAV works across four areas: R&D, Testing Infrastructure, Regulation and Cyber Security.
FISITA (Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d'Ingénieurs des Techniques de l'Automobile) was founded in Paris in 1948 with the motto Progressons en Commun – Together we Progress. FISITA’s purpose is the same today as it was then: to bring together engineers from across the globe to share ideas and advance the technological development of the automobile.
FISITA is the umbrella organisation for the national automotive societies around the world - controlled by the engineering profession and supported by the global automotive industry. Our network of Member Societies represents over 210,000 automotive engineers. FISITA’s goal is to provide a forum for dialogue amongst these engineers, as well as industry, government, academia, environmental and standards organisations.
Formula Careers is a website dedicated to helping students aged 11-18+yrs figure out their study path into a career in Formula 1. Founded by a mother and daughter who were themselves searching for careers information without much luck, Formula Careers inspires students by giving them guidance on how and what to study to get a job in F1, as well as reading interviews from those already working in the industry about how they got to where they are today. We also provide information on such things as work experience and CV building, as well as giving a voice to those who are currently studying to work in the industry, by sharing their stories throughout our website and on social media.
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For Formula Student teams, we are excited to once again offer sponsorship in the form of discounted machining and manufacturing services.
Hoosier Tyre UK will once again be supporting teams with their fitting and balancing service, plus invaluable advice on which tyres to use for optimum performance. To place an order for tyres, call Looby Postance on Tel: 01293 863579 for delivery to UK and European addresses prior to event or direct to Silverstone for July (please order at least three weeks prior to event).
Marc Brunel Recruitment is a specialist Recruitment Consultancy catering for the Automotive/Motorsports Engineering sector. Its consultants are passionate about Motorsports and aim to offer a first class service for both clients and candidates by making the whole recruitment process efficient and easy. Based in London but in constant attendance at races and events throughout Europe, it is dedicated to helping you find the right Engineers, Technicians and other Support staff.
Visit www.marcbrunel.com for opportunities and more information.
The Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) is the world’s leading trade association for Motorsport's performance engineering, services and tuning industry. It represents the specialised needs of this highly successful Industry which, although extending throughout the world and rapidly expanding in the developing nations, is centred here in the UK.
The MIA Membership displays a wide demographic spread, including; Motorsport and Performance Engineering companies, race and rally teams, governing bodies, motorsport services, research organisations, race circuits and universities and colleges.
Motorsport Industry Association
Tel: +44 (0) 2476 692 600
As the world’s leading publication for motorsport technology, Racecar Engineering is an invaluable resource for any student embarking on a career in motorsport engineering.
Every issue looks in depth at the latest concepts and innovations in the industry and provides technical insight into the inner and outer workings of the world’s fastest cars. With unrivalled technical analysis of everything from World Championship series including Formula 1, to grass roots racing, Racecar Engineering is essential reading for students, industry experts and race enthusiasts.
Subscribe and keep pace with the latest technical developments. Students can trial 3 issues of the digital edition for just £7.95, saving over 50% off the cover price.
RACE TECH is the leading international authority on engineering and technology in motorsport. It applies its unique approach to all aspects of motorsport engineering, from the engine and powertrain, through to suspension, vehicle dynamics and aerodynamics. Beyond that, it covers the wider motorsport industry, looking at business and administrative issues, technical regulations and current affairs. It's also a MUST read essential tool for the next generation of engineers hoping to enter this exciting industry.
Less than £3 an issue for the Technical Bible for everyone involved in the motorsport industry! Subscribe to receive a 60% discount for an annual subscription to RACE TECH magazine - use code FS60 when subscribing.
Racing Pride is an innovative movement to positively promote LGBTQ+ inclusivity and to challenge negative stereotypes and misconceptions through the platform of motorsport. Racing Pride was developed alongside Stonewall UK and launched on 6th June 2019 as part of Pride month.
Prior to Racing Pride there has been no concerted effort to raise visibility for LGBTQ+ participants within motorsport, whether they be drivers, mechanics, engineers, or those in race support, official, or associated media roles. Through a network of driver ambassadors, commercial partners, and supporters from across the motorsport and automotive industries (drawing on allies as much as the LGBTQ+ community itself), Racing Pride intends to change this. Racing Pride’s vision is to draw attention to the successes of LGBTQ+ people within motorsport in all of its forms and to establish the visible role-models which have been lacking to date in order to inspire further participation and encourage understanding and acceptance. Visibility is often the first, crucial step towards true inclusion and Racing Pride has the potential to make a far-reaching impact not just within motorsport but also among its diverse fan-base and, therefore, in society as a whole.
For further information about Racing Pride or to get in touch please visit racingpride.com and follow Racing Pride (@racingpridehq) across Twitter, Instagram
Silverstone University Technical College is a brand new centre of excellence for young people wanting to break into the specialist fields of High Performance Engineering or Events Management. It is based in the heart of British Motorsport in a stunning new facility opposite the National Pit Straight at Silverstone Circuit.
Student Motorsport is the first online motorsport community bringing together pupils, students, graduates, educators, professionals and related organisations in the motorsport and automotive industry. Our vision is the creation of an online community that will support our members that are working in or driving towards a career in the motorsport industry.
With the support of our partners and alongside exciting collaborative projects, we're developing a relevant, targeted and structured environment to connect people and organisations in this vibrant industry. Whether you’re a student, graduate, educator or professional interested in, or already working in motorsport there's something for everyone; it’s an exciting vehicle for great things including information, advice, services, experiences and recruitment opportunities.
Our members are able to build and manage a professional profile whilst accessing resources, develop new affiliations, catalyse and benefit from new opportunities, seek new ventures whilst sharing information, knowledge and experience.
We believe in bringing people closer together, take part in driving your career forward whilst supporting the next generation of motorsport professionals.
The Women's Engineering Society (WES) www.wes.org.uk is a professional network of women engineers offering inspiration, support and professional development. We campaign to encourage women to participate and achieve as engineers, scientists and as leaders. We co-ordinate an annual residential student conference Engineering Inspiration, International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), run a cross-sector mentoring scheme MentorSET and STEM Returners, a programme to help experienced candidates to re-start their career or transfer their skills to another sector.