Moto Engineering Foundation and
TechnoPark MotorLand promote the MotoStudent Competition, a
challenge between University Student teams among all over the
The goal for students is to apply all their knowledge acquired during their university studies in a real industrial project, by designing, developing and manufacturing a real racing motorbike prototype, which will be evaluated and tested in Motorland Aragón FIM Circuit. There are two categories:
- MotoStudent Petrol (internal combustion engine)
- MotoStudent electric (100% electric propulsion system)
MotoStudent itself represents a challenge to the students, which have to prove their creativity and innovation skills to directly apply their engineering abilities against other teams from universities all over the world during a period of three semesters.
“The next generation of engineers will have a challenging competition for testing their skills.”
What benefits MotoStudent brings…
To the Students…
.To the Universities…
To the Industry…
In what the competition consists…
MotoStudent gives the teams the
maximum design flexibility, with very few restrictions on the
“decision making” for the overall motorbike design, so that
the vehicles or projects entering to the competition should
fulfil minimum safety requirements and dimensions in the
The challenge to teams is to develop a motorbike that can successfully accomplish with all the tests and events along the MotoStudent Competition. MotoStudent gives the teams the chance to prove and demonstrate their engineering skills, creativity and business abilities in competition to teams from other universities around the world.
The teams are asked to play the role of a motorbike firm, so that they will have to design, manufacture and evaluate a racing motorbike prototype for the non-professional, weekend and competition market. The teams will attempt to sell the motorbikes to the “general public”, as if they were a factory or motorbike firm under the role of any industrial project. Therefore the challenge is not only an engineering based project if not a business model as well.
Aspects as acceleration, braking, handling and durability will be evaluated during the MotoStudent event at MotorLand Aragón Circuit. Additional design factors to be considered include: manufacturability, economic aspects, ergonomics, aesthetics, maintainability, innovation of the design and reliability.
will be assessed against other competing projects to
determine the best overall motorbike.
In the MS1 phase the projects will be judged from the industrial point of view as a business project model, evaluating aspects such as: cost, design, innovation, industrialization, engineering design, presentation, etc.
Prior entering the MS2 phase, the motorbikes will be tested in order to determine their safety and functionality, through various static and dynamic events including: technical inspection, brake testing, various performance trials, endurance and dynamic behavior. The dynamic events are scored to determine how well the motorbike performs. The MS2 phase will end up with a final race in the MotorLand Aragón Circuit.
Eligibility & Requirements
Registration & Deadlines
Note: The given information in this brochure
is subjected to changes.