Thursday, November 23, 2006
Friday, November 17, 2006
The date has finally arrived and the Anahuac Baja SAE Team is already on site for the first event of the season, Mini Baja Mexico 2006. Today will be security check (our team has already passed it) and braking; tomorrow acceleration, hill climb, maneuverability, and pull; and on Sunday the endurance test. It would be nice seeing some of you at the event.And root for Universidad Anahuac!! Go Coyote, Go!!!
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
It is just 9 days for Mini Baja Mexico 2006. Like I promised a couple of weeks ago I post here some more information on the event.
MBM 2006 will take place from Friday November 17 to Sunday November 19. There are two venues for the event, Friday events (static events) will be held on the ITESM Campus Toluca. Saturday and Sunday events (dynamic events) will take place on the skirts of the Nevado de Toluca, specifically on the 18th km of the Toluca-Valle de Bravo Highway. You can find the map to the Saturday and Sunday venue @ http://www.saemex.org/minibaja/mapa/2006mb_map_large.jpg
The best day for enjoying a Mini Baja event is on the day of the endurance test (Sunday November 18, 2006). Commonly referred to as "the race" it is a gruesome four hour ride along an off-road track. This event is the one that award the most points on the event. The day begins at 9.30 hrs with the formation of the starting grid, the endurance test begins at 10.30 hrs and finishes at 14.30 hrs, the end of the day is marked by the awards ceremony held at 15.15 hrs.
You can also enjoy the events on the Saturday, this events include the acceleration, hill climb, pull, and maneuverability events. They are good events, but as the cars have two opportunities to each event it can be a long day and a little tiring for the spectators. These events are held throughout the day from 8.30 to 17.00 hrs.
You can find the whole program and more information on the event website @ Mini Baja Mexico 2006.Well that's all for this post, hope to see you around MBM 2006 rooting for car No. 100, the Coyote from the Universidad Anahuac (tip, it is a red car).
Thursday, November 02, 2006
This past weekend the Baja SAE Anahuac Team officially became the car number 135 for Baja SAE RIT 2007. RIT stands for Rochester Institute of Technology and it is located @ Rochester, New York.
This could be the 13th or 14th competition of the Baja SAE Anahuac Team. I could also become the 3rd international competition we participate in. We are currently working very hard on the design of the new vehicle and hope to start the manufacture on January 2007.We are very excited for this, although we know it will mean an awful amount of work to do, we know that this events are a great experience!