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F1 in schools Team Romania pose in front of the MoneyGram Haas F1 Team garage in Singapore
F1 in schools Team Romania pose in front of the MoneyGram Haas F1 Team garage in Singapore

Held in Singapore, the Aramco F1 in Schools 2023 World Finals were the biggest competition in the project’s history, with 68 teams taking part over three days, testing the world’s brightest young minds competing for their place on the F1 in Schools podium.

Developed to introduce students to STEM subjects in the most engaging way possible – through the creation of a miniature F1 car – F1 in Schools is an educational project which sets students on the fast track to STEM success; and provides a lot of fun on the way there.

During the Singapore Grand Prix, 376 students across 68 teams, from 26 countries visited the pit lane, with team members from MoneyGram Haas F1 Team on-hand to congratulate students and provide first-hand insights into their roles within the team.

Dominic Haines, Head of Technical Operations, and Troy Bull, Electronic Systems Technician, met with over half of the teams, answering their questions and share advice on how to kick-start their career in motorsport.

Dominic Haines, MoneyGram Haas F1 Team
Dominic Haines, Head of Technical Operations at MoneyGram Haas F1 Team, chats to some of the F1 in Schools finalists in Singapore back in September.

Multiple team members, including Nico Hulkenberg’s Senior Race Engineer – Gary Gannon – joined teams within F1 in Schools during their education, and commented that it gave a first look into how engineering in practice works, as well as providing vital skills in learning how to work within a team environment.

“MoneyGram Haas F1 Team and Haas Automation have been proud supporters of F1 in Schools for over a decade,” shared Mark Morrell, Director of Marketing of MoneyGram Haas F1 Team. “Seeing a record total of 68 teams compete is testament to the program having continued relevancy, industry support and a wide range of opportunities for participants. Many of our team have first-hand experience in F1 in Schools and we believe working with emerging talent will help not only our team, but the future of the sport.”

MoneyGram Haas F1 Team sponsored the Sponsorship & Marketing Award, valiantly won by the Honeycomb Racing Team, from Scotland.

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