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"F1 in Schools" is a multidisciplinary, international technology competition in which students aged 11 to 19 design, manufacture and then race a miniature Formula 1 racing car on the computer.

The aim is to use the fascination and global presence of the "big" Formula 1 to create an exciting and learning experience for young people, thereby improving understanding and insight into the areas of product development, technology and science and show careers in technology.

In regional, national and world championships, the cars powered by gas cartridges compete against each other on a 20m long race track.

The winning teams will represent their country at the World Cup.

The decisive factor is the team performance in design, production, reaction time, vehicle speed, business plan and presentation.

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Hey, I'm Philipp, 18 years old and my job is managing our team. I´m responsible for coordination, logistics and all appointments. I also organize sponsorships and cooperations for our team and try to provide as much financial support as possible.


Hey, my name is Sara. I’m 16 years old and I do marketing and graphic design in our team. My job consists out of running our PR work like our social media accounts and website. Moreover, I am responsible for the design and manufacture of our pit display.


Hi, I’m Kevin, 18 years old, and responsible for the engineering and manufacturing of our car. It’s my responsibility to design, research, test, develop and take care of the production of our car.



   2x Fastest Lap

   1x  Best Enterprise Portfolio

   1x  Best Engineering & Design Portfolio

   3x Best Pit Display

   2x Best Verbal Presentation

   1x  Construction Award


   4x Fastest Lap

   1x  Best Engineering Portfolio

   1x  Innovation Award


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Feinkost Bannat
Wilhelm Stemmer Stiftung
Gisela Erwin Sick Stiftung
Avex Automotive
Adalbert Zajadacz Stiftung
Heinrich Heine Gymnasium
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Agnes Gräfe Stiftung

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