Despite the challenges presented by the COIVD-19 pandemic, Schulich Racing adapted and pivoted, allowing for the continuation of the team's rapid development in the creation of the SR-21.
On top of its striking livery, the SR-21 boasts a further developed aero kit, allowing the car to increase cornering speed and significantly decrease lap time. Furthermore, the team opted for a new power unit, the YZF-R6, which boasts a higher compression ratio with better packaging than the previous power unit.
Overall, the team’s meticulous efforts all culminated in the creation of the competitive SR-21. The vehicles superior performance allowed the team to place as the top Canadian team at FSAE Michigan June.
Frame: 3130 Steel Space Frame (900 Nm/deg)
Vehicle Weight: 432lbs
CG Height: 9.62"
Differential: Drexler LSD
Tires: Hoosier R25B, LC0 (16"x7.5")
Dampers: Ohlins TTX25
ECU: Performance Electronics PE3
DAQ: Race Capture Pro Mk3
Cost - 5th
Business - 17th
Design - 28th
Auto X - 7th
Endurance - 7th
Skidpad - 6th
Acceleration - 20th