F1 in Schools puts STEM education into context with its parallels to the real world of the sport and wider industry. It makes the learning more relevant, more engaging, and with its supportive, competitive environment, more exciting.
F1 in Schools, with its use of F1 to engage students, challenges the stereotypes that young people and parents have of Science and Engineering, addressing the shortage of Engineering graduates and increasing the intake of students into Engineering.
F1 in Schools, with the privilege of being the only Official F1-linked global education initiative, provides the sport with a unique platform for promotion to the younger generation.
F1 in Schools was founded in the UK by Andrew Denford in 1999. It has now expanded to 46 countries.