Students from Tra Vinh University actively participate in the 7th “Mini Car Racing” competition in 2023.


TVU – The cooperation between Cao Thang Technical College in Ho Chi Minh City and various colleges and universities organized the 7th “Mini Car Racing” competition in 2023. The students from Tra Vinh University’s Engineering and Technology Faculty participated in the competition, performed excellently, entered the final round, and won the consolation prize.

Students of Tra Vinh University prepare models of cars

The final round of the Mini Car Racing comprises 13 matches with prizes worth nearly VND 250 million, including cash, gifts, souvenir flags, certificates, and championship cups. More than 350 students from 70 teams (with 5 students in each team) from different schools, such as Tra Vinh University, University of Science and Technology, University of Technical Education, Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City, Van Lang University, Mien Nam College, Ariake School, and several other colleges and universities in the region, took part in the competition.

Mini Car Racing involves model cars with engines sourced from lawnmowers – 2-stroke gasoline engines with a cylinder capacity of 22 – 30 cm3. These cars are designed, manufactured, and at least 50% completed by students. They have a similar structure and operating principle as the original cars but in a reduced size.

Leaders of the School of Engineering and Technology (TVU) take photos with the teams

The students from Tra Vinh University’s Engineering and Technology Faculty fielded three teams (with 5 members each) in this competition. All teams performed outstandingly, entered the final round on June 17th, 2023, and won the consolation prize.

TVU-1 team is honored to receive the Consolation prize from the Organizing Committee

This competition serves as an exciting platform for young students who are passionate about engineering, applying theoretical knowledge to practical applications, and enhancing teamwork and solidarity. In the future, the competition aims to become a gathering for autonomously programmed cars, reflecting the research and manufacturing trends of car manufacturers worldwide.

By My Nhien