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Nine students were selected from a pool of candidates competing in the 2016 F1 in Schools World Finals
Williams and Randstad have announced the students selected to join the Randstad Williams Engineering Academy’s “Class of 2016” – the second intake of students to join this innovative scheme that sees Williams and Randstad mentor students from across the world as they bid to secure a career as a Formula One engineer.
McLaren debuts F1 in Schools car
The F1 in Schools World Finals 2016 was won by a student team from Athens, Greece, tonight, with Infinite Racing from Mandoulides School, taking the World Champions crown and lifting the famous Bernie Ecclestone World Champions trophy, the first team from Greece to be on the World Finals podium. The team won an impressive haul of trophies, with the Pressure Challenge Award, the Knockout Competition Award and Team Website Award.
‘Innovation is GREAT’ partners with McLaren to showcase the UK’s innovative culture across the world
The GREAT Britain Campaign (GREAT) has announced a unique partnership with McLaren to help highlight the UK’s innovative culture
The UK has an impressive track record for creativity and developing and pioneering new ideas and cutting-edge technology. Whether through its Formula 1, road cars or Applied Technologies arm, McLaren is a prominent example of a British technology company with innovation at its heart.
Nico Rosberg says his sole goal is to right the wrongs from last year’s United States Grand Prix where he ultimately conceded the F1 world championship to Lewis Hamilton as he aims to make a decisive step towards the 2016 title.
The Australians took the first spoils of the 12th F1 in Schools World Finals being held in Austin this week
Inifinitude, a collaboration of 15 and 16 year old students from Brighton Secondary School, Adelaide and St. Bede’s College, Melbourne, blitzed their rivals on the track yesterday, smashing last year’s World Record time with an impressive race time of 0.916 seconds more than two hundredth of a seconds faster than the second quickest team.
Over 650,000 people have visited the most modern motorsport venue in Europe during its operation
The inaugural FORMULA 1 RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX took place at the brand-new Sochi Autodrom exactly two years ago, on October 12, 2014. On this occasion, the motorsport venue has summed up the results of its work sharing some key figures and facts, and released new events.
The Randstad Williams Engineering Academy is the first programme of its kind
Following the completion of the inaugural year of the Randstad Williams Engineering Academy, Randstad and Williams are pleased to announce the students from the Class of 2015 that have successfully made it through to the second year of this innovative new programme.
“I am grateful that Force India has given me the chance to take up this new opportunity.”
Renault Sport Formula One Team is proud to announce that Nico Hülkenberg will join the team for 2017 as part of a multi-year deal. Twenty-nine year-old Nico has raced in 111 Formula 1 Grands Prix since making his debut in 2010.