The Racing Team of the Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna is made up of three main projects:
- – One combustion car, named Tenace GN.
- – One electric car, named Elettra GN.
- – One electric motorbike, named Minerva GN.
We are more than 200 students, who come from different faculties, everyone with the same strong passion for Motorsport. We work all together as a real racing team to take part at the student competitions and achieve big results.
Innovation is one of our main values, as we try out new technologies to apply to our prototypes and maybe one day export our knowledge to the companies that work in this industry.
Cable harness realization HV & LV
PCB design and assembly for HV & LV
Cooling System, thermal and electrical modeling and simulation
Telemetry development and Management
Optimization of driver interface
Cable harness realization
PCB design and assembly
Intake and Exhaust System
Virtual Assembly Management
Wheel Group Design
Lamination of monocoque
Tyre model development
Dynamic model simulations
Torque vectoring development
Design of the aerodynamic package
CFD and FEM simulations
Validation both on track and in the wind tunnel
Production of carbon fiber components
Business plan presentation
On the Most circuit, the Alma Mater Studiorum racing team scores its first important placing of the season with a beautiful third place overall in the Formula Student Czech Republic Immediately after the exertions of Varano and Formula Sae Italy, the Bologna-based team left for the Czech Republic where it was awaited by the second
Imola, 21 June 2022 – On the terrace of the Imola racetrack, UniBo Motorsport presented the new prototypes for the current season. The start of the event, held on the Autodrome terrace, was characterized by the unveiling of the prototypes, attended by the Magnificent Rector Giovanni Molari, by Nicolò Cavina, Faculty Advisor of the Team
UniBo Motorsport takes a double podium finish in the VI-Grade Virtual Formula 2022 with a win and a second place After last year’s results with a first place for the electric project and a third place for the combustion one, the motor team of the University of Bologna is confirmed at the top of the
After the sad news of the cancellation of the race in Poland that was supposed to be the first of the season, Minerva GN will take part in the Moto Engineering Italy at Imola, from the 25th to the 30th of September. The team is working hard to confirm the good result achieved last year.
The UniBo Motorsport team is pleased to announce one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year: the Unveiling. It will be held on the 21st of June at the Autodromo Nazionale Enzo and Dino Ferrari in Imola, where the prototypes that will take part in the races will be officially presented. Guests will
The Bologna University team will show its two electric prototypes into attendance during this weekend’s Grand Prix at Imola. From the 22nd to the 24th of April the Motor Valley welcomes Formula 1, the queen of all competitions. A unique event ready to welcome thousands of fans from all over Italy and the world to
Approaching the beginning of a new season, UniBo Motorsport is proud to announce a new partnership, essential to reach all the goals set for 2022. Races are around the corner and the Team from Alma Mater is ready to invest all its energies to equal or overcome the significant results reached during the last season.
UniBo Motorsport will be opening a new season with a new partner’s support, partner who is willing to help the project despite the challenges. The students of the Alma Mater’s Team are preparing themselves to achieve the best results for upcoming competitions. The team is pleased to announce a new collaboration with a prestigious company,
12 August 2021 The Team of the University of Bologna celebrates in the light of the final results of the just ended race weekend UniBo Motorsport takes third place in the overall standings of the Spanish Formula Student competition, and it is with extraordinary joy that the team learns this news. The commitment and dedication
19 july 2021 The award-winning team of the University of Bologna returns triumphantly from Aragón These are days of celebration for the University of Bologna Racing Team who can rejoice for the successes achieved in the electric category of MotoStudent, a competition reserved for prototypes designed and developed by students from universities around the world.
WHERE TO FIND US
Our mechanical workshop is located at Via Edoardo Collamarini 8, in Bologna (BO). The location is easily reachable by car, distant 5.7 km from the city centre. It can also be reached by bus: from Porta San Donato, close to the university zone in Via Zamboni, take Bus 99 to Piazza Dei Colori and walk 500 metres to reach our workshop (21 minutes circa). From the city centre, take Bus 14 from Rizzoli to Piazza Dei Colori and walk for 6 minutes to reach our workshop (30 minutes circa).