NUST students display Formula Racing ‘NAS14’

*The locally manufactured car will participate in competition in UK

ISLAMABAD: The students of the Mechanical Engineering Department of the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), along with the Pakistan's leading IT and technology enabling company, Interactive Group and the Sri Lankan motor sporting giant EZY Racing exhibited the Interactive EZY Racing Formula NUST Car, locally manufactured, single-seat race car at a ceremony held on Tuesday.The guests interestingly viewed the sports car and the students briefed the audience and the spectators about their efforts and the upcoming competition. Named after martyred navy captain Nadeem Ahmed, the car would participate in formula student motorsport competition to be held at Silverstone, UK, powered by the Interactive EZY Racing (newly formed partnership between Interactive Group and EZY Racing) during the next month. The team comprising of the 29 students who made this car had already presented it in Karachi, Quetta, and Peshawar, and now they are displaying it at the most entertaining and vibrant mixed location of the capital, Centaurus.Renowned Sri Lankan motor sporting giant, EZY Racing and Pakistan's leading IT and technology enabling company, Interactive Group have already signed a multi-year partnership targeting uplift and international launch of motor sports in the country during the unveiling ceremony of the sports car in Karachi. EZY Racing is a subsidiary of Singapore based EZY Corporation, which started its journey in Sri Lanka by becoming the country's first professional motor racing company in 2010. Interactive Group is the leading IT services provider in Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia, and provides a vast portfolio of products and services in the IT domain to the public and corporate sectors in the region. The Interactive Group has deployed its healthcare solutions in over 50 hospitals catering for over 11 million patients annually, along with undertaking large telecommunications infrastructure in Pakistan. 

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