Formula 1 at school is a multidisciplinary, international technology competition in which students aged 11 to 19 develop a miniature Formula One race car on the computer, manufacture it and then send it into the race.
The goal is to harness the fascination and global presence of the "Big" Formula One to create an exciting learning experience for the youth, to enhance understanding and insight into product development, technology and science to show professional careers in technology.
In regional competitions and national championships, where the cars race against each other on a 20-meter track. In the world finals winning teams represent their state.
Decisive is the team performance of construction, production, reaction time, vehicle speed, business plan, and presentation.