How F1 is creating its secret stars of the future

How F1 is creating its secret stars of the future

Navigating the junior racing categories to make it into Formula 1 as a driver is hard enough, but to make it into an engineering role could be even harder. F1 in Schools is changing that

The child is, to paraphrase the old saying, the parent to the adult. There is not a single driver on today's Formula 1 grid who can deny that his childhood dreams and experiences informed his life; led him on the path to F1.

Of course, only a select few make it to the pinnacle of motorsport; get to spearhead a team effort measured in hundreds (or even thousands) of dedicated folk covering virtually every professional discipline.

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