Formula Student teams are financed by sponsorships. Without the generous support of our sponsors, we would not be able to realize our ideas and vision for our Formula Student cars. Each sponsor enables us to design an innovative and competitive vehicle.

We are very grateful for our sponsors and their faith in our work!

Interested in wanting to be a part of our journey towards this year’s competition vehicle? With a sponsorship you will contribute both to personal development as well as increasing engineering skills and broaden the technical knowledge of LiU Formula Student’s members. Get exposure at one of Swedens leading technical universities!

Become a sponsor today!

Help shape the future of student racing.

Main Sponsor

Linköping University is one of the most prestigeous universities in Sweden. With roughly 27,000 students in four campuses it’s also one of the largest universities in Sweden. LiU Formula Student wouldn’t be what it is today without the backing from the university that provides the necessary machines, equipment and funding for the project.



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Marcus Schneck CEO of norelem

"We partner with racing teams worldwide and are excited to be supporting LiU Formula Student in Sweden this year. We are always impressed by the commitment young engineering talents show towards their projects, in particular when it comes to building and promoting a race car. The students develop a high degree of professionalism by participating at the Formula Student. Our partnership aims at helping engineering talents gaining hands-on experience and supporting them when turning their ideas into reality. We are very proud to be sponsoring LiU Formula Student and to nurture the next generation of world-class engineers."

Nira Control AB

"To see the pure excitement in the eyes of young engineers when they are working on motorsport projects including our ECUs, with the potential of them bringing their interest, energy and excitement into our company as a valuable team member when finished their studies."