We are two students studying Mechanical Engineering at the EPFL Lausanne (école polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) passionate about engineering and humanitarian activities.We created the association 4L Mech Without Borders in September 2011 so that we could represent the EPFL in the 4L rally and participate in bringing much needed school and sport supplies such as computers, sport shoes, tennis
rackets.. to a school in Morocco.
The 4L Mech Without Borders ( team No. 1299) represents the spirit of the 4L Trophy with team members from France and Tunisia.
Our first financial goal is to raise 3000€ for our entry. We are currently at 2000 €. We appreciate any donations, small or large – help us participate in the 4L Trophy! Contact us to donate
! Our deadline is December 16!
4L Trophy Driver: Dorian Fournier
Age: 19 years old
EPFL Student : 2nd year, Sciences and Engineering in the School of Mechanical Engineering.
What’s my passion? I have travelled to Morocco and Kenya and I worked for a month as an apprentice mechanic for Doctors Without Borders in Uganda. It was an amazing experience that brought me closer to my passion, mechanics and my desire to help others. My father and Grandfather’s passion for mechanics have inspired my love of all things mechanical and provided me a solid foundation in the field of
My first achievement in mechanics: The adaptation of the Pantone system on a lawnmower engine TPE in the draft in the first class of high school International Ferney Voltaire ( AIN)
4L Trophy Navigator: Medhi Damak
EPFL Student: 2nd year, Sciences and Engineering in the School of Mechanical Engineering.
What’s my passion? Thanks to my Tunisian origins, I speak Arab fluently and I am familiar with North African culture. I performed a lot of humanitarian work as a member of the Association of Tunisian Muscular Dystrophy when I was in High School. That experience, along with my passion for cars, travel and my roots motivated me to sign on as Navigator for the 4L Trophy.