A team of student engineers from Kingston University are set to pit their race car against others from around the world after arriving at Silverstone for the annual Formula Student competition.
The University team, supported by academics and technicians from the Faculty of Science, Computing and Engineering, have spent the past 18 months designing and building a single seater race car which they will put to the test in a series of gruelling events at the home of British motorsport.
Kingston University biochemistry student and talented sprinter Jamal-Marcus Rhoden-Stevens will represent Great Britain at the World Relay Championships in Japan this weekend – and is setting his sights on next summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The University's Student Wellbeing team is committed to supporting our students throughout their time here at Kingston. Our package of health and wellbeing support has more information about the services we offer, as well as advice about ways students can take care of their mental and general health during this time.