F1 in Schools
The international Formula 1 engineering challenge. Teams of six work independently in to design, manufacture and race highly technical 200mm balsa wood cars against other teams from around the globe. Offering a way of learning about real-life Formula One and apply Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) knowledge, it is a project which expands the strengths of the students, pushing them to produce a high quality product and present themselves professionally, above and beyond anything ever required by the school curriculum.
LunAR Advanced Racing is this The Crypt School’s 2014/15 F1 in Schools team following the success of our previous team, ‘Quantum Racing’. For more information about the team and their progress, or if you would like to contact us, please visit our website: www.advancedracing.co.uk