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'Kratos Racing' emerge winner of SUPRA SAEINDIA contest

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New Delhi | Sunday, Jul 10 2016 IST
Team "Kratos Racing" from PC College of Engineering, Pune emerged winner of the 5th edition of Maruti Suzuki SUPRA SAEINDIA, a contest organised annually for students to apply their engineering skills to design and construct a Formula category.

While Dr DY Patil Institute of Technology's team "The Interceptors V2.0" emerged as the runner up, "Amrita Racing" from Amrita School of Engineering clinched the third position at the iconic Buddh International circuit yesterday.

Speaking on the occasion, Dy Executive Director (Technical) Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Prashant Banerjee said, "SUPRA 2016 has been a phenomenal experience, not only for the participating students, but also for the judges, organizers and all those involved in making the event a roaring success. The student teams have demonstrated exceptional skill and have the potential to add tremendous value to the Indian automotive industry."

The final session was graced by Chief Guest, Dr David Schutt, CEO, SAE International and Guest of Honor, CV Raman, Executive Director, Engineering, Maruti Suzuki India Limited and R S Kalsi, Executive Director, Marketing and Sales, Maruti Suzuki India Limited.

The best woman participant award went to Ms Davindrvjit Kaur from GDEC College while team "AIOUS formula student" from IGIT walked away with the trophy for the team with the maximum number of women participants.

The tournament, which was held between from July 5 - July 9, saw a participation of over 125 teams from different engineering colleges across the nation. UNI KU SB 1553

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