A reliable method for observing the performance of various systems in a student-designed formula car or All-terrain Vehicle (ATV) is quite expensive, and choices are seemed to be bounded. This paper proposes a lightweight, low power consumption and most affordable system which can collect data from various sensors placed in student formula vehicles and send it to a pit stop or ground station. We have attached multiple sensors to collect data which includes temperature from brake discs, engine, cockpit, RPM of Shaft, Load exerted by driver on brake pedals, and steering angle. An onboard microcon- troller is programmed to collect and transmit data via the LoRa transceiver. At the ground point, a microcontroller with the same LoRa module tuned as the receiver is programmed to receive the data and display it to the crew. This data can be used to analyse the performance of vehicles in test conditions and compare them to design data.