The official F1 in Schools World Finals Abu Dhabi 2019 Event App.
Event participant use only.
If you are interested in the F1 in Schools challenge, please visit f1inschools.com.
It is required that at least one member of every team has access to the app as all relevant documentation and team timetables will only be made available through the app.
The app includes detailed event schedules for each day of the World Finals. This includes team judging schedule, activity feed, social wall, team profile, sponsor information, attendee lists, maps of the venue and Abu Dhabi and much more. We will also be using the push notification facility to highlight important event news and announcements.
All users are advised to monitor data roaming usage when using the app. We recommend only using hotel wifi to avoid unnecessary costs. Please speak with your service provider if you are unsure how to turn off data roaming.
Please download the app before departing to Abu Dhabi.
Each team will receive an email containing the password details.
F1 in Schools is a multi-disciplinary challenge, in which teams of students aged 11 to 19 deploy CAD/CAM software to collaborate, design, analyse, manufacture, test and then race miniature compressed airpowered, F1 cars, manufactured from an official F1 model block, down a 20m track.
F1 in Schools is the only global multi-disciplinary challenge for students aged 11 to 19. It is a unique global platform for the promotion of Formula 1 and its partners to a youth market.
Working in teams of between 3 and 6, each student is assigned a role. The team prepares a business plan, develops a budget and raises sponsorship. Teams are encouraged to collaborate with industry and to forge business links. Using 3D CAD (Computer Aided Design) software, the team designs a Formula One car of the future. Aerodynamics are analysed for drag co-efficiency in a virtual-reality wind tunnel using Computational Fluid Dynamics Software (CFD). Using 3D CAM (Computer Aided Manufacture) software, the team evaluates the most efficient machining strategy to make the car. Aerodynamics are tested in wind and smoke tunnels. Then, the race is on, at more than 70kph. Cars race side-by-side along 20-metre straight track. Teams are not only judged on car speed, but also on supporting evidence of their design, along with a verbal presentation and their marketing display stand in ''the pits". Teams compete regionally, nationally and internationally for the F1 in Schools World Champions trophy.
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