AKG Motorsport
Brooks Speed Garage
British Petroleum
Dr. Vanos
Garcia Alfa Racing
Magnuson Products
Mathew's Auto Sales
Polymer Dynamics
ProAm Parts & Accessories
Pro Technik, Inc
Power House Racing
Salinas Valley Precision
Sensor Connection
Supertech Performance Inc.

USA Racing Engines
Velocity Motorcars
Vick Autosports
Wiseco Pistons

If you are interested in being a sponsor, please contact:

David McMahon, President

Prof. Andrew Barron, Faculty Advisor
(713) 348 5610

In order to donate money to the club, write a check to "Rice University" and write "Society of Automotive Engineers" in the memo line. Mail the check to our treasurer at:

Kevin Hirshberg
Sid Richardson College
6360 Main Street
Houston TX 77005

Benefits to Sponsorship

The Public Affairs Office at Rice University will assist the RSAE in providing maximum exposure to its sponsors, including Local and national TV and print media. Rice University publications (Thresher, Rice News and Sallyport) will provide exposure to students, alumni and University donors. Media coverage is also provided by Car & Driver magazine.

Sponsor logos and associated advertising materials are displayed on the car, on the driver’s racing suits, and on the casual wear worn before, during and after the event by the RSAE members.

Tax Benefits
The tax-exempt status of Rice University allows sponsors to treat their sponsorship as a charitable donation.

What are the benefits to the students?

A number of tangible and important impacts can be realized through sponsorship:
Education – automotive technologies bring together fields such as mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, materials science, chemistry, physics and mathematics.
Experience – providing real world engineering experience for students interested in pursuing careers in the automotive industry and related industries (electronics, materials, fuels).
Sponsor and media relations - providing students with training and experience for dealing with clients and customers as well as the media.

What does sponsorship money pay for?