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A Complete Team

Consists of 3-6 Students age from 13-17 years old


Using 3D CAD software, design an F1 car to the specifications.


Aerodynamics are analysed for drag coefficiency in a virtual 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.


Time to track test against your competitors to achieve a winning car.


Dayang Hania
Binti Rafei

Team Furious
SMK Sandakan 2, Sabah
Mass Communication
(Hons. Journalism)
Universiti Teknologi MARA

F1InSchools has impacted my life in so many ways. Being a girl with zero confidence to speak in English, this is the platform where I found my passion in Journalism and Media Industry, because I was train to speak confidently in front of everyone during that competition. In fact, since we edited our own videos back then, I am able to use that skills in Uni and work life and its really a massive advantage though not coming from any graphic background. Multi-tasking, yes this is one of the impact F1inSchools left in me as everyone that joins this competition are obliged to do more than just one task. Sponsorship papers? Imagine doing this at the age of 16 and advantageously use that skills in Uni and work field.

If I am ask to highlight one impact that F1InSchools gave me, I would gladly say “communication skill” this skill, believe me people not many out there can venture into this field as it takes a great deal of confidence to excel in this. And I learn that from here. Its the biggest turning point in my life, I never knew I had this talent in me and F1InSchools awakens and polish this potential. It teaches me to be confident and bold, so that’s why I am doing what I’m doing right now, hosting shows/programs, emceeing events, journalist/reporting etc. It teaches me to work well in a team, to communicate with prominence people easily, to confidently speaks in English and so much more!


About Formula 1 In
In Schools

F1 In Schools was introduced in the United Kingdom in 2001. It was created to enhance the profile of engineering at schools and college levels. In the first year of inception, this program involved 97 schools with 4365 students.

Meanwhile, almost 200,00 other are indirectly exposed to this program. In 2004, 16 counties have implement this program and for the first time, Malaysia has sent the best team to win the final F1 Team Global Schools CAD/CAM Challenge on January 15TH in 2006.


F1 In Schools is an engineering and design action learning project for students, implemented in high schools around the world. With more than 20 countries participating from Europe, North and South America, Africa, the Middle East and Australia, this international competition contains practical implication for all students involved.



There are many success stories who have actually come through our initiative and have gone on to achieve significant outcomes in their lives including positions in Formula 1 teams.


Participant Growth Year to Year
Awareness Growth Year to Year
Women Involvement
Students Involved in STEM Related Fields


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F1 In Schools Malaysian Finals 2019

12th - 14th November 2019

KB Mall, Kota Bharu, Kelantan

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