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Norman Nato (DAMS) has won the Formula Renault 3.5 Series race in the streets of Monaco.
Following his domination in practice and qualifying, the French driver led from start to finish taking the chequered flag ahead of Marco Sørensen (Tech 1 Racing) and Jazeman Jaafar (ISR), to receive the winner’s trophy from Carlos Ghosn, President and CEO of Renault. Championship leader, Carlos Sainz (DAMS) finished just off the podium, but increased his lead in the general classification.
Oliver Rowland stormed to his maiden series victory, winning race two in Motorland, Aragon.
The Briton successfully converted his pole position into a convincing race win, greeting the chequered flag thirteen seconds before his former FR2.0 Eurocup rival, Pierre Gasly. This is the second podium for Fortec’s rookie driver who finished yesterday’s race in third.
Will Stevens (Strakka Racing) has become the first victor this year in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series
Will Stevens takes maiden win at Monza
“F1 in Schools is a wonderful opportunity for students to develop a wide range of useful skills” – David Cameron
UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, sends message of support to F1 in Schools
The Prime Minister of the UK, David Cameron, has sent a message of support to F1 in Schools, the largest global educational initiative, in the lead up to the 2013 F1 in Schools World Finals which will be held this year in Austin, Texas.
“iZone is a fantastic facility” – Razia
2012 GP2 Series Vice- champion, Luiz Razia, has joined iZone Driver Performance Centre’s roster of driver training coaches and will be sharing his years of race driving experience with current and future racing stars, helping them to achieve their potential and improve their skills.
Norwich student team crowned F1 in Schools UK national champions
A team of students from Sprowston Community High School, Norwich, raced to victory at the F1 in Schools™ UK National Finals 2013 held this week at the Big Bang Young Scientists and Engineers Fair at ExCeL, London, winning them a place at the F1 in Schools World Finals 2013 to be staged in Austin, Texas alongside the 2013 FORMULA 1™ UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX.
The return of Formula 1™ to the United States last year was the natural impetus for F1 in Schools
The leading global educational initiative, F1 in Schools™, has announced it will stage its ninth World Finals event in Austin, Texas, next year, alongside the 2013 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX to be held at Circuit of The Americas in November. It will be the first time that the F1 in Schools World Finals will have been held in the United States, with the 2012 event having taken place at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.
After a busy two day’s of judging the knockout racing will bring the F1 in Schools Finalists together to watch everyone racing to win
It was excitement at stepping into Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and nervous anticipation of the competition ahead for the 33 teams of students from 22 countries at the F1 in Schools World Finals Abu Dhabi 2012 yesterday, the opening day of the event.
A multi-cultural welcome lunch brings together over 250 students from 22 countries
A lively, warm and friendly ‘gift-exchange’ lunch brought together the grid of 33 F1 in Schools™ World Finalist teams at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Abu Dhabi today, a prelude to the start of the racing action for the eighth F1 in Schools World Finals.
A work placement at the multiple World Championship winning Formula 1™ team is highly prestigious
Mark Nanney, a member of Unitus Racing, the 2010 F1 in Schools™ World Champions from USA recently completed a work placement at Vodafone McLaren Mercedes F1 team, an experience which will stay with him for many years to come.
Over 250 students from around the world will have secured a place at the F1 in Schools World Finals
F1 in Schools™ eighth World Finals will be held in Abu Dhabi from 29th October to 31st October, with this prestigious event being held to coincide with the 2012 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
“It was a very nerve-wracking experience” – Amber Jackson
It was a mixture of nerves, excitement and pride for a team of 14-year-old students from Robert May’s School, Odiham, Hampshire, when they made a presentation at the inaugural FIA Women in Motorsport National Coordinators’ seminar, held in Paris last week.
“We are very pleased that Monisha agreed to be a Patron of F1 in Schools.” – Andrew Denford
F1 in Schools™, the Formula One™ Technology Challenge, welcomes a new patron for this global educational challenge initiative, high profile Formula One personality, Monisha Kaltenborn, CEO of the Swiss based Sauber F1 team.
F1 in Schools has a great track record of attracting girls into the competition with a year on year entry of over 34%.
F1 in Schools™, the leading global educational initiative linked to the high-profile Formula 1 and wider motor sport industry, has reached a significant development in its history, with the announcement today of a ground-breaking collaboration with the FIA Women in Motor Sport campaign.
The 2011 F1 in Schools World Champions were delighted to meet Ecclestone and receive their trophy
Bernie Ecclestone, President and CEO, Formula One Management, presented the newly crowned 2011 F1 in Schools™ World Champions with the trophy which he commissioned especially for this global educational initiative, meeting the winning Australian team, Pentagliders, in the paddock at the Singtel Formula 1™ Singapore Grand Prix.
Official endorsement from the Malaysian Ministry of Education
F1 in Schools is pleased to announce that the 2011 Formula One in Schools Technology Challenge World Finals will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this year, 19th – 21st September. The event is privileged to receive official endorsement from the Malaysian Ministry of Education.
USA’s largest motor racing industry show
The newly crowned F1 in Schools World Champions 2010, an American team from James Madison Middle School and Southeast High School, UNITUS RACING, will be showcasing this global educational technology initiative at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show in Orlando, Florida, next month. The team competed with 24 other F1 In Schools teams from 18 different countries to capture the title for the USA.
The day also included a visit to the Williams F1 collection
The national winners of F1 in Schools in 2009, ‘Velocity’, from St John Payne Catholic Comprehensive School in Chelmsford, Essex, were treated to a day to remember when they visited Williams F1’s headquarters at Grove in Oxfordshire recently.