In his junior year, when a serious accident left Gill’s legs paralyzed, he managed to return to school, but missed the thrill of driving a manual car, using a gear stick and clutch.
Gill’s racing teammates encouraged him to not give up and offered their help, leading to his creation of a hand-controlled manual driving system.
Today, Gill uses his invention to drive to his dream engineering job at General Electric Aviation.
Be the difference in a Titan’s life.
Programs like the Titan Racing Formula SAE team allow CSUF students to apply classroom learning to real-world circumstances.