The most successful team that competed in the World Finals 2017 and 2018. The team joined for the first time in Kuala Lumpur and won two major awards: the Autodesk Pressure Challenge and the Best Website Award. Pursuit finished sixth out of fifty teams in 2018, giving it the highest scoring team in Asia, ranking second in total race time, having the fourth quickest car, and being the fifth team for the knockout rounds of the last 16 teams.
July - September 2022
September 30, 2022
October 2022 - Onwards
Open for application to Team of 6 students to Apply for one of the 3 seat to represent Thailand to 2023 World Finals F1 in Schools STEM Challenge. Email us email@example.com
Final 6 teams will be selected to compete for 2023 World Finals,
3 Official Teams & 3 Support Teams.
Start Team Trainings and preparations for the 2023 World Finals.
Considerations For New Teams
F1 in Schools Teams Budgets for the World Finals ranges from 1.5 Million Baht for 6 team members plus 2 Supervising adults. Most of the Teams fund their efforts through sponsorship and in-kind partnership
Teams will have to manufacture prototypes and their official race cars. CNC Machines, 3D Printers and other manufacturing needs. F1 in Schools Thailand with the help of FabLab Bangkok will be providing assistance in all manufacturing process includes from testing in both virtual and actual test on smoke, wind tunnel and actual race on 20 meters elevated race track.
The F1 in Schools program is truly an experience where students get back what they put into their team. The competition can be a large time commitment for students as it requires a lot of dedication to create and run mock race team with multiple project elements.
Lead Adults can expected to be fairly with teams as they need extra coaching and guidance.