2022-2023 Team

Team Leadership

PROJECT MANAGER

Oliver Yocum (2024) is pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the McCormick School of Engineering. He has been with the team since his Freshman year and became the Project Manager in his Junior year. As the Project Manager, Oliver is responsible for coordinating with all teams and keeping the entire project on track to finish our SC7s car and get us to the FSGP 2023 race this summer.

BUSINESS LEAD

Lucas Olschansky (2025) is pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering from the McCormick School of Engineering. He has been with the team since his Freshman year and became the Business Lead his Sophomore year. As the Business Lead, Lucas is responsible for the financial, administrative, and outreach-related aspects of the team. This includes managing the team’s budget, applying for grants, coordinating race logistics, and communicating/reaching out to sponsors.  

 

Software Lead

Chibueze Onyenemezu (2023) is pursuing a degree in Computer Engineering from the McCormick School of Engineering. He has been with the team since his Freshman year and became the Software Lead his Junior year. As the Software Lead, Chibu is responsible for overseeing the development of all software and telemetry components of the vehicle such as the driver display , manages the rest of the Software Team, and is in charge of getting the software part of our car ready by this summer’s race.

Mechanical Lead

Marko Beric (2024) is pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the McCormick School of Engineering. He has been with the team since his Freshman year and became the Mechanical Lead his Sophomore year. As the Mechanical Lead, Marko is responsible for training new Mechanical members, designating members to and overseeing all Mechanical sub-teams, and overall making sure the designing and manufacturing of our car goes smoothly and in time for our race this summer. 

Electrical Lead

Matthew Flais (2024) is pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering from the McCormick School of Engineering. He has been with the team since his Freshman year and became the Electrical Lead his Junior year. As the Electrical Lead, Matthew is responsible for teaching Electrical members, overseeing all electrical components of the car, and making sure the car’s electrical systems are developed in time for our race this summer.