David Redszus and Anthony Lyscio accept positions as Design Event Captain and Chief Design Judge for 2013 FSAE-Lincoln
WARRENDALE, Pa., Nov. 9, 2012 -
SAE International Collegiate Design Series staff would like to announce that David Redszus, PhD. has accepted the position of Design Event Captain and Anthony (Tony) Lyscio has accepted the position of Chief Design Judge for 2013 FSAE-Lincoln.
Dr. Redszus is president and founder of Precision AutoResearch, a provider of advanced research and engineering services for the motorsports industry. As technical consultant, engineer, coach, and driver, he has experience with a broad spectrum of sanctioning bodies, vehicle types, manufacturers & suppliers, advanced driving techniques, and racers. He has worked with numerous professional, semi-pro, and amateur racing teams, in a variety of motorsports.
David has been involved in Formula SAE since 2004 when he was when was recruited by Steve Fox. With his focus on Electronics Integration and a niche expertise in Data Acquisition, David has served as a Design Judge within Formula SAE/Formula Student Germany competitions. Among the many articles and papers he has written over the past 25 years, you’ll find his most recent contribution as author of an article on team approach towards electrical systems development, in the “Learn and Compete” publication for FSAE teams.
Tony has volunteered as a Design judge with FSAE since 2000, and was a FSAE student competitor while attending the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. Today, Tony is currently serving as the Co-Chief Design Judge and Co-Design Event Captain at Formula SAE – Michigan. He also participates as a speaker in the Collegiate Roadshow; full day workshop comprised of presentations targeted toward the SAE International Collegiate Design Series teams for Formula SAE and Baja SAE, organized by SAE International Motorsports Committee.
Tony is a Senior Engineer at General Motors who has helped develop the current Corvette suspension and vehicle dynamics; is the Lead Suspension Design Engineer on the Camaro. He is currently working on the suspension and vehicle dynamics of the next generation of GM performance platforms.
We look forward to our 2013 competition season and hope you do too!