BOSCH POWER TOOLS ASIA CORDLESS RACE 2011

PROJECT BRIEF

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CONTENTS
1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .......................................................................................................... 3 1.1 ABOUT BOSCH ................................................................................................................. 3 1.2 BACKGROUNDER ON BOSCH POWER TOOLS ASIA CORDLESS RACE 2011 .................. 5

2.0 OBJECTIVES ......................................................................................................................... 6

3.0 THE MECHANICS .................................................................................................................. 7 3.1 CALL-FOR-ENTRY .............................................................................................................. 7 3.2 GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR CAR DESIGN & COMPETITION ............................................ 8 3.3 JUDGING CRITERIA ......................................................................................................... 14 3.4 WHAT’S ON THE MICROSITE? ........................................................................................ 15 3.5 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS .................................................................................. 17

4.0 PRODUCT INFORMATION ................................................................................................... 20 4.1 BOSCH GSB 18V-LI PROFESSIONAL – USP CHART ....................................................... 20 4.2 SPECIFICATION TABLE ................................................................................................... 21 4.3 THE MOTOR .................................................................................................................... 22 4.4 ELECTRONIC MOTOR PROTECTION ............................................................................... 23

4.5 BOSCH PREMIUM LI-ION TECHNOLOGY ..………………………………………………… 3
4.6 ELECTRIC CELL PROTECTION ........................................................................................ 25 4.7 HEAT CONDUCTIVE HOUSING ........................................................................................ 26

5.0 TERMS & CONDITIONS ....................................................................................................... 27 5.1 CONDITIONS OF APPLICATION ...................................................................................... 27 5.2 RIGHT OF ORGANIZER .................................................................................................... 28 5.3 TEAM SELECTION REFERENCE....................................................................................... 29 5.4 ENTRY FORMS ................................................................................................................ 30 5.5 SCHEDULE & KEY DATES ................................................................................................ 33 5.6 DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION ......................................................................................... 34

6.0 THE PRIZE ........................................................................................................................... 35

7.0 TIMELINE: CALENDAR OF EVENTS ..................................................................................... 36

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1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1 ABOUT BOSCH
History of Bosch In 1886, Robert Bosch founded the "Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering" in Stuttgart. This was the birth of today's globally active Robert Bosch GmbH. From the very beginning, the company's history has been characterized by innovative drive and social commitment. In 1928, Bosch founded its Power Tool Division (PT).

Today Bosch is proud to be the market leader in our industry and we will be honored to celebrate in 2011 the 125th Anniversary of our company. In 2008, the 80th Anniversary of Bosch Power Tools was celebrated worldwide. Unlike the 80th anniversary where it was all about PT, the 125 years also aims at presenting our company values and philosophy.

Bosch Tradition Bosch has a tradition of innovation: from the beginning the company's founder Robert Bosch was determined to develop high-end technologies in a socially responsible way. The company's history shows that Bosch is still guided by these principles. And the technical expertise and innovation leadership of the power tools Division is built on them. In Asia Pacific, Bosch enjoys a good reputation as a German brand, known for quality, innovation and long-term business approach and partnership with our business partners.

Bosch promise: A pioneer and innovator, Bosch leads the way in quality, performance & reliability.

Bosch Group Vision: Innovative strength- Bosch is a technology leader in many fields as a result of the persistent and continuous research conducted in the company's Development Centres. We can also be proud of the Impressive number of inventions per year: 3,870 patents filed in 2009. Social environmental responsibility: We accept that our actions must accord with the interests of society. Above all else, we place our products and services in the interests of the safety of people, the economic use of resources, and environmental sustainability.

Enhancing Quality of Life: Engineering means to satisfy our customers with solutions that help them to handle their life in an easier way. Our ambition is to enhance the quality of life with solutions that are both innovative and beneficial.

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Page 4 of 36 .Bosch Group Mission: Quality. Innovation and Customer orientation.

Bosch Power Tools is taking the opportunity to celebrate with a Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011.1. The finalists will then race their Cordless Karts at the Open Car Park Space on Jalan Binjai.2 BACKGROUNDER ON BOSCH POWER TOOLS ASIA CORDLESS RACE 2011 Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 In conjunction with Bosch’s 125 anniversary in 2011. the championship will challenge students to design a blueprint for a racing kart powered entirely by 4 Bosch GSB 18V-Li Professional cordless drills / drivers. Open to students from any Malaysian university and / or technical institutions. South Korea and Malaysia. Page 5 of 36 . China and stand a chance to win some amazing prizes. whereby each team will receive an allowance of RM12. Participating countries are: China. The winner of the race will represent Malaysia at the Grand Finals in Beijing. Philippines. near KLCC on 30 July 2011. Eight teams will then be shortlisted.000 to build karts based on their blueprint submission. Thailand.

2.0 OBJECTIVES  The Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 serves as a platform for aspiring local students in engineering to express their talent as well as ideas.  It further encourages the growth of a future built through constant technical and engineering innovation. and encourages the growth of greater technical knowledge. Page 6 of 36 .  It provides Malaysian students the opportunity to put theoretical knowledge to practice.

such as the URL to the microsite. A launch event will also be held on 21 April 2011 at the Hilton Kuala Lumpur with the presence of participating colleges as well as members of the media. Page 7 of 36 . Further details pertaining to the campaign will also be provided.0 THE MECHANICS 3. There is neither a submission fee nor a limit to the number of entries from each university / college.1 CALL-FOR-ENTRY The call-for-entry for the Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 will officially commence on 1 April 2011 and end on 13 May 2011.3.

Mass. of 100 mm. Page 8 of 36 . which shall rise above the driver’s crash-helmet by a min. f. b. 100 mm. 13 May 2011. The driver’s seat shall provide for the proper side support of the driver. Design a. on 30 July 2011.2 GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR CAR DESIGN & COMPETITION 1.30pm. The top eight entries will then be shortlisted with each team receiving an allowance of RM12. Dimensions: At the determination of dimensions the conditions of delivery to the spot shall be taken into account (Width: max. near KLCC. Dimensions.3.000 to fabricate karts based on their blueprint submission. Racing bucket seats are allowed to be used. There are no restrictions to the mass of the vehicle. General Conditions The task shall be to design and submit a blueprint for a “Li-Ion Vehicle” powered by 4 BOSCH GSB 18V-LI Professional cordless impact drills / drivers (“the power tools”) by 5. d. e. c. 2. These eight teams will then race their Cordless Karts on a specially designed race track at the Open Car Park Space on Jalan Binjai. The distance between the driver’s foot and the vehicle's front shall be at least 300 mm. A roll bar shall be installed. In the line of the shoulders and the thighs the seat shall rise from the plane of the seat by min. The seat shall be placed in such manner that there should be the largest safety distance possible provided between the seat and the sides of the vehicle. 130 cm).

and it shall have three or four wheels. f. the installation points shall be marked on the kinetic diagram. carrying the self-made driving devices (machinery). e. h. h. Page 9 of 36 . c. and the vehicle shall be equipped with a circuit breaker switch. The vehicle shall proceed on two or three tracks. Vehicle Body a. Race suits may also be used. The construction of the vehicle should not have any sharp and / or extension parts that would represent a hazard to the driver or the other competitors in case of a possible collision. The vehicle should have a minimum ground clearance of 70mm with driver on board. b. Safety a. the whole driving chain and the driven wheel(s). A safety belt with at least two-point belt installation shall be used. g. Closed clothing (of cotton) fully covering hands and feet shall also be compulsory. The vehicle shall be constructed in such way that the height of the seat’s seating surface may not exceed 50% of the vehicle’s width. The chassis of the vehicle shall be made in accordance with Section 2. Framework.a. The leg space of the vehicle shall not be open in a downward direction (in order to avoid foot injuries). 4. The vehicle shall have a side brace that protects the driver from injuries in case of possible collisions. d. 3.g. Use of crash-helmets with chin protection shall be compulsory. The source of power (battery packs) (in addition to the original 4 pcs of power tools) shall be fixed in a safe manner.

Page 10 of 36 . Drive Chain a. The vehicle shall be easy to steer. For the drive all 4 power tools provided shall be utilised. in case of a moving vehicle.b. it cannot be disassembled (it must not lose its original function as a drill / driver). by normal force applied. capable. to provide for efficient reduction of speed and to stop the vehicle (it should be able to stop from a specified speed after a specified distance). b. the driver shall be able to drive easily straight and take a bend. Motor a. f. but the moving parts of the drive shall be covered by protective casing for safety purposes. The application of free-wheel is mandatory. Steering Gear a. The drive shall be resolved by the use of the provided power tools. The vehicle should be able to turn around on a 10 m wide race track (turning circle). e. The provided power tools may not be modified for the purpose of it to be used. The vehicle shall be equipped with two independent brakes. One of the brakes shall be able to safely fix the vehicle in stationary position. b. For the drive of the vehicle only the individual batteries of the 4 pieces of provided power tools may be used (modification not allowed). For the whole period of the competition the batteries of required quantities and charge-up shall be provided to the teams by the organizer. c. b. d. The 4 power tools shall be provided to the teams by the organizer following their successful selection as one of the 8 shortlisted teams. 8. 7. The individual batteries of the power tools used may be utilised in the course of the preparation process. Brake a. 6. The vehicle does not need to be equipped with a closed body-work. 5.

which shall include the configuration of the drive. Documentation a.9. c. design of drive chain. the steering gear. the suspension. the suspension and the framework structure (key dimensions. The exact deadlines for the submission of various plans shall be included in the schedule planned for the competition preparation period (refer to Section 12). which shall include the configuration of the drive. brake structure. Detailed assembly drawing: The shortlisted / competing teams shall be obliged to prepare the assembly drawing of the vehicle to be designed. scaled technical drawing). An even surface (A4 size upright surface) shall be designated on the vehicle for the placement of the start plate. 11. the framework structure. Start Plate a. b. seat and safety belt (key dimensions. base materials. The start plate numbers shall be sent to the teams by the organizer upon shortlisting of the applications. the suspension. including a photo of the vehicle’s current condition. design of drive chain. The submitted designs and photos shall be treated by the organizer and the participating teams subject to full confidentiality to the day of the competition. base materials. the steering gear. d. the steering gear. seat and safety belt (key dimensions. The following aspects shall be checked by the organizer in the course of the takeover of the vehicles: - Construction and existence of safety devices in accordance with the regulations Page 11 of 36 . base materials. Structural draft design: The competing teams shall be obliged to prepare the draft design of the vehicle. 10. Takeover of Vehicles a. design of drive chain. which shall include the configuration of the drive. b. scaled technical drawing – not final design). Vehicles shall be taken over on a designated day preceding the race by the organizer. Final assembly drawing with photo: The shortlisted/ competing teams shall be obliged to prepare the final assembly drawing of the vehicle to be designed. the framework structure. brake structure. scaled technical drawing).

Availability and quality of clothing 3. 1. Availability and operation of 4 power tools 16. Fixing of auxiliary battery 18. Width: max. sharp and hazardous parts B. Steerability 20. Minimum requirements of vehicles takeover (the lack of any of the list items shall entail exclusion): A. Existence of drive casings 15. If Page 12 of 36 . Clearance: min. Safety distance at sides 6. 10 m 21. Safety distance at front 4. 70 mm 11.300 mm 10. Place for start plate 23. Safety distance at back 5. then the team shall remedy the deficiency within a period specified by the panel. Turning circle max. Machine takeover safety provisions 1. width/2 12. Quality and height of seat 7. Lack of extended. Proper design of framework structure 13. Availability of crash-helmet 2. Design 9. Should any deficiencies be revealed by the jury in the course of the vehicle takeover. Seat height: max.- Geometric dimensions of the vehicle pursuant to the regulation Existence of personal protective equipment General technical condition Brake test c. Availability of safety belt 8. Availability of Power Off switch 17. Independent brake system 22. Existence of protection frame 14. Existence of free-wheel 19. Successful brake test a.

In the course of preparation the organisers shall visit the competing teams in order to ensure compliance with the above section. Upon machinery takeover. Submissions of documentation about creation of construction on a continuous basis (pictures to demonstrate phases of construction) are to be provided. any non-compliance therewith may result in deduction of points and / or immediate exclusion from participation 13. c. universities). verbal justification of the construction of the created / nominated vehicle (examination of team members on construction – thus providing for self-made vehicles). participation of an external company or organization is not allowed (assistance may be requested from other participating teams or the institution supporting the teams – colleges. Page 13 of 36 . When creating / designing the vehicle. Control Points a.the team is unable to fix the problem. b. the organisers of the competition shall control compliance with the above section. In the course of the preparation for the competition. Implementation a. The aim of the competition is for the participating teams (students with student status) to enter the competition with their own works only. then the jury shall have the right to exclude the team from further participation 12.

 The criteria for scoring shall be as follows: - Non-compliance with the deadlines pertaining to documentation and with quality requirements at the lap race shall entail the imposition of penalty seconds (refer to Competition Code) calculated in relation to the time result achieved.3 JUDGING CRITERIA Conditions of Scoring  The submitted blueprints will be evaluated based on the design of safety aspects. Detailed assembly drawing not submitted in time + 10 sec Inappropriate quality of submitted drawing + 10 sec C. speed and workability of the kart. Total assembly drawing not submitted in time + 15 sec Inappropriate quality of submitted design + 15 sec Page 14 of 36 . Structural draft design not submitted in time + 5 sec Inappropriate quality of submitted draft design + 5 sec B. A precondition to participate in the race shall be the timely submission of the specified documentation and completed kart as per the regulations above. These penalty seconds shall be allocated as follows: A. Non-compliance with the technical and safety provisions shall result in the deduction of points. efficiency. Participants are also encouraged to explore creativity in terms of designing the kart. and / or exclusion from the competition.  The teams participating in the competition shall be obliged to comply with the above mentioned minimum criteria of the technical requirements.3.

As an innovative technology. lifetime and speed for the carts in this competition. Riders battle for a place on the winner’s podium. whilst simultaneously proving an important point – that Bosch’s latest Premium Lithium Ion battery technology offers the power. Bosch’s Premium Lithium-Ion Battery Technology is capable of delivering four times longer lifetime than similar technology in the market and is as powerful as corded tools.3. Malaysia and South Korea.4 WHAT’S ON THE MICROSITE? Key Features  Contest Details Intro Contest Brief Prizes FAQ News Updates  Entry Documents Entry Form T&C  Contact Email link Intro / Front Page Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 Power tools pioneer Bosch host their first Asia-wide Cordless Race Championships in China. Teams will race modified carts powered by the latest generation of cordless lithium-ion drill / drivers. Thailand. performance. Its patented Page 15 of 36 . Bosch cordless Lithium-Ion The Bosch Lithium-ion cordless power tools provide the required power. performance. lifetime and speed required to win in the race for the ultimate in cordless power tools. Areas of the site About the Bosch Power Tools Cordless Race The races will involve challenging engineering students to create racing-carts powered by Bosch cordless Lithium-Ion technology. Philippines.

Electronic Cell Protection (ECP) reliably protects the battery against overload. Page 16 of 36 . overheating and deep discharge.

2. Is there a weight limit involved? There is no weight limit. the charging level of the batteries will be measured. What is the mode of the competition? In the competition the team should design a vehicle with the drive system being powered by the Bosch power tools provided by the organizer based on the given design requirements.Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 1. Is it possible to build a vehicle with 6 wheels? 6 wheels will not be allowed. 7. 2 winner(s) of each of the qualifying race in the countries will be entitled to enter the final race in China in Q3. 6. The design may be made with either a 3 or 4 wheel configuration. 4. However. Are there any restrictions for the material of car case / frame? There are no restrictions for the material used.Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 .3. The selected vehicles will enter into a lap race competition. Are there restrictions for the design of the drive system? What type of requirement are prescribed? The drive system can be designed freely.5 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Driving Innovation . Page 17 of 36 . How are the power tools connected to the drive chain? The power tools can be attached with any solution. 3. How can Bosch Power Tools ensure that all the baterries will be equally charged? During the race.2011. with winners finishing the race with the fastest time (rules and regulations of the competition apply). 5. The only restriction is that all 4 Bosch power tools provided must be utilised as a part of the karts design and during the race itself.changes or modifications to the power toosl themselves are not permitted.

Is it allowed to change batteries during the race? During the race the batteries can be changed at the waiting / maintenance and or pit stop (optional). 9. 11. 12. the racing-karts cannot be solar powered. 13. Who will own the copyright of the blueprint in the event the team is not shortlisted? Teams that are not shortlisted will be allowed to retain all copyrights to their original blueprint. Is there a specific format for the blueprint? There is no specific format for the blueprint but AutoCad is preferred. expected maximum speed. Competitors are also encouraged to provide calculated parameters of the kart’s design (e. duration of running time on single battery charge etc) if possible. Is it possible to charge back energy during the race? Re-charging of batteries via electrical methods are not permitted as they entail the modification of the tools themselves. All karts must utilize the Ion-lithium power source of the Bosch Cordless Power tools provided. each team is required to provide supporting documents in writing as an explanation to their blueprint. Page 18 of 36 . Can the racing-karts be solar powered? No.g. However. Are participants required to submit any supporting materials in writing for the blueprint? Yes. 10. energy saving methods which involve mechanical modifications (e.8. installation of a fly-wheel) will be allowed. shortlisted teams will be obliged to hand over their completed karts which may or may not be used by Bosch for other activities (as will be stated in the agreement between Bosch and shortlisted teams) 14. given advance notice from Bosch. However.g. What are the requirements for the blueprint? What should it cover exactly and how detailed should it be? The minimum requirement for the blueprint should at least cover the kart’s external design (which will detail all necessary safety requirements) as well as the engine and gear design (This should detail the methods used by the competitor to connect Bosch Power tools to the drive shaft).

Can additional batteries be added to the racing-karts? No. What are the prizes like for the Grand Finals in Beijing? The champion of the Grand Finals will win a trip to Germany.000 allowance from Bosch? No. 19. Page 19 of 36 . 20. international students are allowed to participate in the Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 as long as they have a valid student status at a local university or college. Are the teams allowed to seek for sponsorship from other bodies / organizations on top of the RM12. Failure to do so may result in disqualification from the race. A visit to Leinfelden (Bosch Power Tools headquarters) will also be included as part of the itinerary. Will Bosch bear all expenses of the winning team and shipment of the racing-kart to the Grand Finals in Beijing? Yes. This is to ensure that all teams are made to compete along fair and equal terms. What is the distance of the race track? 150m. Are international students studying in local universities / colleges allowed to participate in the competition? Yes. 18. 16. the teams are not allowed to seek additional sponsorship from other organizations. Can the detailed assembly drawing / total assembly drawing differ from the initial blueprint? Yes. However it is the responsibility of the competitor to inform the organizers and jury of any changes made. 21.15. slight differences between the original blueprint and completed kart are allowed. additional batteries cannot be added to the racing-karts. 17.

1 BOSCH GSB 18V-LI PROFESSIONAL – USP CHART Page 20 of 36 .0 PRODUCT INFORMATION 4.4.

load speed [RPM] : 1st / 2nd gear Max.6 Li-ion Ca. 75 195 248 1. screwing diameter [mm] Clutch settings LED light 18 2.4. torque [Nm] : Hard / Soft Joint Wood Max.6 Ah Battery voltage [V] Battery capacity [Ah] Cell technology Charging time [min] : 1820CV Tool length [mm] Tool height [mm] Weight including battery [kg] Chuck capacity. 500 0 – 500 / 1. max [mm] Impact rate [BPM] No. drilling diameter [mm] Steel Masonry Max.9 13 0 – 25.2 SPECIFICATION TABLE GSB 18V-LI PROFESSIONAL 2.700 67 / 28 35 13 13 8 18 + 1 Yes Page 21 of 36 .

3 THE MOTOR  New open-frame motor with 4-poles  It’s small in size. light in weight yet powerful  Magnetic force is applied to the whole rotor circumference  Combines rare earth magnets (strongest type of permanent magnets available) in a 4pole motor  Hence.4. results in a powerful high torque. efficient motor design Page 22 of 36 .

it shuts down the tool Electronic Motor Protection Page 23 of 36 .4. temperature of the battery pack and discharge status  The limits for these parameters are defined in such a way that the motor is protected from damage  Depending on the measured values. an intelligent algorithm controls the motor performance  As soon as the EMP recognizes an overload that could damage the batteries of the motor.4 ELECTRONIC MOTOR PROTECTION  The Electronic Motor Protection (EMP) protects the motor from overload  It continuously controls the discharge current.

It can be taken out of the charger before the charging process is completed  Significantly less self-discharge A battery that is not used for long periods of time do not need to be charged prior to use again  No loss of power Full battery power from the first to the last screw or hole Page 24 of 36 .5 BOSCH PREMIUM LI-ION TECHNOLOGY Benefits of Li-ion Battery  More power at the same weight Compared to Ni-technology batteries. therefore tools can get smaller and lighter  No memory effect Battery does not need to be empty before charging.4.

4. protects the Li-ion battery from 3 dangers:  Deep Discharge Reduction of current flow if voltage level is at its end  Overheating Decreasing of the current flow if the tool or the battery is too hot  Overload Reducing currently flow if the current draw is too high Page 25 of 36 .6 ELECTRIC CELL PROTECTION The Electric Cell Protection (ECP).

4. through the following methods:  Heat balancing between the cells to ensure an equal temperature level within the battery  The radiator outside the battery pack allows for an optimal heat emission from inside the back Page 26 of 36 .7 HEAT CONDUCTIVE HOUSING The unique Bosch Heat Conductive Housing (HCH) on the battery pack works for reducing the heat during the operation.

 Applications from mixed teams. assistant professor. with members who are students of various institutions. are also permitted.  Written confirmations of acceptance will be provided by the organizer upon receipt. at any institution of higher education. student accepted) will be allowed as the supervisor of the team.  Completed and signed Application Forms (in printed letters) may be submitted to the organizer by postal mail or e-mail. Pd. Page 27 of 36 .  All participants must have a valid student status at application date.0 TERMS & CONDITIONS 5.D.  A maximum of one tutor (lecturer.1 CONDITIONS OF APPLICATION  Application deadline: 13-May-2011.5.  Participants are allowed to enter the competition in teams of up to 5 with designated team leader as the key contact person with the organizer throughout the competition.

Page 28 of 36 . abandon or cancel any meetings or events of the Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011. entrants or any third party organization will have no right to claim against the organizers for any expenses incurred or losses suffered through participation in the Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011.5.  The organizers also reserve the right to use photos.  Competitors. entrants and/ or team crew are also required to make themselves available for any media events organized by Bosch for the Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011.2 RIGHT OF ORGANIZER  The organizer reserves the right to change. images or any other collateral materials of participating teams for promotional purposes of the event. postpone.  Competitors.

The teams will then be shortlisted for the contest. after the submission of the blueprint designs.  The selection will be made according to their points. with picture.000 upon being selected.5. Page 29 of 36 . a pre-contest selection shall be launched.  If all teams completed the task in due time and meet our requirements.3 TEAM SELECTION REFERENCE Qualification for the Race  8 teams will be shortlisted and selected for the race.  A pre-contest selection will be also held to determine the selection after the road test(s).  Each shortlisted team will be given an allowance of RM12. by 6-Jun-2011  Standard Test results of power system data are to be provided upon completion.  All teams shall complete the assembly work and provide a picture of the fully assembled kart by 15-Jun-2011. Requirements  All participants shall provide design blueprint and production plans by 13-May-2011  All teams shall provide finished power system.

...............................................................................................5.............................................. Name of the Team ......................4 ENTRY FORMS Driving Innovation Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 Application Form We would like to participate in the Driving Innovation .......................... Address ............................................................................................................................ ... E-mail .................................................... Phone Number .............................. Page 30 of 36 ................................................................................ Name of Institute ............................. Team Members: Leader of the Team Name ........ Address of Institute ..............................................................................................................Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 in Malaysia by giving our personal data................................................................................................................................

................ Phone Number .................................................................................................................................................. E-mail .............................................................................................Team Member 1 Name ...................................................................... Team Member 4 Name ................................................................................................................................................................. E-mail ..... Page 31 of 36 ....................................................................................... E-mail ................................................. Phone Number .......................................... Team Member 2 Name ................................................................................................................ Team Member 3 Name ........... E-mail .................................................................................................................................................................................................... Phone Number .................................... Phone Number .............................................................................................

........................................... : .................................. At the same time.................................................................................................... : ...... : . we prove that we accept and keep all the technical and race regulations.......... Draft Design Concept (Please attach Draft Design) Page 32 of 36 ....... : .......................................... we would like to ask you to give a feedback if it is acceptable.......... Signatures Leader of the Team Team Member 1 Team Member 2 Team Member 3 Team Member 4 : ............................. Date ........By filling out and sending the application...................................................

5 SCHEDULE & KEY DATES Call-for-entry Media Launch Application deadline Structural draft design Consultation / Technical co-ordination Takeover of power tools Detailed assembly drawing Total assembly drawing Vehicles takeover Road tests Race Day 1-Apr 21-Apr 13-May 13-May 25-May 25-May 6-Jun 15-Jun 15-Jul 18 – 20 Jul 30-Jul Page 33 of 36 .5.

Jalan Bukit Bintang 55100 Kuala Lumpur Page 34 of 36 . Level 8. Bhd. Pavilion KL 168. on 13 May 2011  Completed entry forms.5.6 DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION  All entries for the Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011 must be submitted by 5pm. design blueprint and other supporting materials should be sent to: The PR Element Sdn.

The prize cannot be exchanged and are non-transferable to any other person.000 worth of cash + RM1.0 THE PRIZE Prizes for the winning teams of the Race Day in Malaysia:   First Prize: RM3.000 worth of Bosch Power Tools Products  6 Consolation Prizes: RM1.000 worth of Bosch Power Tools Products Second Prize: RM2. Page 35 of 36 .6.000 worth of cash + RM2.200 worth of cash + RM800 worth of Bosch Power Tools Products each Prize for the champion of the Grand Finals in Beijing:  A trip to Germany and a visit to Leinfelden (Bosch Power Tools headquarters) Terms & Conditions Bosch Power Tools is entitled to replace the prize with other prize of similar value at any time without any prior notice.

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