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The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) is pleased to support the F1 in Schools program by providing a FREE one-hour workshop to the schools involved encompassing a learning program which focuses on the initial phases of the program design with emphasis on Aerodynamics.

One of the key elements within the program is the way in which students are required to collaborate with leading industry organisations to source knowledge and resources during the project.

  • Student Handbook
  • Flyer
  • Facilitators / Presenters Guide (available only to CAMS presenters)


Available Workshops

CAMS has trained course presenters located in all states and territories.

Beginner Workshop
For teams registered in the development or cadet categories, this workshop has been designed to assist teams in the intial drafting stages of their project by providing context and background to Formula 1 aerodynamic changes as well as basic aerodynamic concepts. 

Advanced Workshop
For teams who have previously participated in the CAMS beginner workshop or have registered in the professional category, this workshop is aimed at getting students to think about more advanced aerodynamic concepts as it applies to car design and delve deeper into the F1 in Schools regulations.


How to Register Now

If you are interested in the above workshops, please email us at [email protected] or 08 9208 8500 to book a session today.


About the F1 in Schools competition

Run by the Re-Engineering Australia Foundation (REA) the competition commenced in Australian in 2003 and is offered to all high schools across Australia. It focusses on developing the creativity and innovation of high school students through a structured engineering design project based on the development of a model Formula 1™ racing car.

Initially aimed at students in years 7–10 is now offered to students from years 5-12. Each year the program engages more than 40,000 high school students in Australia and delivers industry-standard technology into schools which is made available to a further 300,000 students outside the program.


Volunteer/Officials Opportunities

Becoming a CAMS F1 in Schools Presenter
CAMS is always on the lookout for officials to assist with conducting sessions. To be eligible to present you must hold a valid CAMS Officials licence and have undertook, completed and passed the CAMS course presenter training module. If this is you, then contact us at [email protected]

Becoming a CAMS F1 in Schools Judge
The REA requires judges all across the country to assist and continue to attract experienced industry professionals. If you have experience in engineering, portfolio and pit displays and/or verbal presentations would like to assist please contact Deborah Maloney [email protected]


Past Schools Involved

Catholic Regional College (VIC) Frensham School (NSW) 
Geelong College (VIC) Temora High School (NSW)
Haileybury College (VIC)Newington College (NSW)  
Kyabram College (VIC) Tumut High School (NSW) 
Northern Bay College (VIC) South Sydney High School (NSW)
Point Cook P-9 College (VIC)Adelaide High School (SA) 
St Bedes (VIC) Canterbury College (QLD) 
Trinity Grammar School (VIC) Concordia Lutheran College (QLD)
St Gregory's College (NSW)Runcorn State High School (QLD) 
McCarthy Catholic College (NSW) Roma State College (QLD)  

 

 

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