Every June, the Supermileage competition provides engineering and technology students with a challenging design project that involves the development and construction of a single-person, fuel-efficient vehicle. Vehicles are powered by a competition mandated Briggs and Stratton Junior 206 four-cycle, single cylinder engine. The vehicles will run a specified course with the vehicle obtaining the highest miles per gallon rating plus design segment points to win the event.
Students have the opportunity to set a fuel economy world record and increase public awareness of fuel economy. In 2019, the team placed 2nd in the Design Report and 11th in the overall competition.
Blue Devil Motorsports Unveiling
Buell Building Atrium
SAE Supermileage Competition
19218 B Drive South