Formula SAE® Michigan

May 8-11, 2019 │ Brooklyn, MI, USA │ Michigan International Speedway

Rules & Important Documents

The Formula SAE Rules, Sales Presentation Documents, Design Evaluation Documents, Cost Report Documents, Technical Inspection Documents, and Competition Resources can now be found by visiting the Series Resources tab at fsaeonline.com.

Resources

Student Career Center

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Spectator Policy

Drone use is prohibited at all SAE Collegiate competitions unless under contract with SAE International.

A "spectator" is defined as anyone who is not (1) a volunteer with event operating responsibilities, or (2) a member of a team with the proper credentials/identification. In most cases event operating volunteers and team members can be identified by their t-shirts, uniforms or credentials.

Spectators are welcome to observe CDS competitions from within the designated spectator areas and other parts of the site to which they are granted access. Spectators may not enter the course area. Spectators must obey the spectator rules and site use rules at all times and follow the instructions of the competition organizers and marshals.

Permitted Access—Spectators may enter:

  1. Designated spectator areas - Spectator areas are always outside the course.
  2. Team paddocks
  3. Parking lots, food vendor areas, rest rooms and connecting walkways, roads or paths

Restricted Access—Spectators may not enter:

  1. Technical Inspection Area including practice and testing sites
  2. Static Event Areas
  3. Dynamic Event Areas including practice tracks
  4. Any area with signs indicating "Restricted Access" or "No Access"

Spectators may not sit or stand on any barriers or fences. Most venues will have bleachers.

Spectators who enter any restricted area will force an immediate event shut down and may be ejected from the site.

No Exceptions/Removal—There are no exceptions to the spectator rules. If a spectator is caught not following the rules then he/she can be asked to leave the site.

Photographer Policy—Except for credentialed press photographers all photography must be done from within the designated spectator areas. Credentialed press photographers may be granted access to a designated photographer area under the terms of the separate Photographer Policy. Credentialed press photographers must identify themselves to the organizers and/or CDS staff in the registration area and comply with the photographer rules in effect at the event. Photographers who wander outside the spectator and photographer areas will be asked to leave.

Spectator Maps—Maps showing the general layout of the competition site and the location of the Spectator Areas may be available to spectators in the registration area. The Spectator Map will include the Permitted Access and Restricted Access list (above) and the location of those areas.

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