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Formula 1 Tech Challenge

Build, manage & market your own F1 team

F1 in Schools is an international competition that challenges teams of school students to set up their own Formula 1™ team and run it as a mini-enterprise project. They are responsible for managing budgets, marketing & branding, sourcing sponsorship and designing, manufacturing and racing a miniature Formula 1 car.

The UAE programme is based at Yas Marina Circuit’s F1 in Schools Centre of Excellence, which can be used as a learning resource by participating teams and also hired as a competition venue for internal school competitions.

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The official results of the 2017 South African F1 in Schools Finals

We are pleased to announce the official results of the 2017 South African F1 in Schools Finals, held at Sci Bono, Newtown, Johannesburg.

Winners: Team Mercury F1 (Fourways High School)

Maharaj Mojarad S. (Marketing / Team Manager)
Pienaar J. (Design Engineer)
Williams K. (Manufacturing Manager)
Kotschy A. (Graphics Designer)
Veerappa N. (Financial Manager)

Our team were very well prepared and presented a highly professional image. World Finals will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2017.

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F1 in Schools Nationals Winners 22 April 2017

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The official results of the 2012 South African F1 in Schools Finals

We are pleased to announce the official results of the 2012 South African F1 in Schools Finals, held at Sci Bono, Newtown, Johannesburg.

Winners: Team Flatline F1 (Fourways High School)

Kayce Theunissen (General Manager)
Dean Cook (Design Manager)
Janco van den Berg (Manufacturing Manager)
Enrico Ruggero Pescivolo (Resource Manager)
Fashanu Willies Kamba-Gotora (Research Manager)
Lutfiyya Waja (Marketing Manager)

Both our teams were very well prepared and presented a highly professional image. We therefore decided to nominate both teams to participate in the World Finals that took place in Abu Dhabi 2012.

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