Aerth Racing is an Macedonian team which will participate in the 2022 F1 in Schools World Finals, which will be held in London, UK. We are the first team from our country to take part in a competition like this. Our team consists of 5 students aged 14 to 17 from N. Macedonia. Together, the team's motivation, skills and enthusiasm aim to achieve many goals.One of our goals is to show the best that N. Macedonia has to offer in terms of technology, science and innovation.
F1 in Schools is open to anyone aged 11 – 19 years old. There are 3 classes of entry; The Entry Class is aimed at the 11-14 age group, a perfect KS3 project. The Development and Professional Classes are aimed at the 11-19 age group and are perfect projects for KS3 and KS4.
As a team you will register to take part in your local Regional Final where you will compete against other teams from your area. Regional winners will go through to the UK National Final to compete again against other regional winners for the title of UK National Champions. This process is repeated around the world in over 40 countries where National Champions from every country are invited to compete at the World Finals where they will go head to head to become the F1 in Schools World Champions and lift the F1 in Schools World Champions trophy.
Yes, a school / organisation can register up to 3 teams for a regional final
A team must consist of a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 team members.
Yes teams are only permitted to manufacture their cars from the official F1 Model Block. This will be checked at scrutineering at the Regional Final.
The World Finals take place on an annual basis at a different location each year. The locations are usually set to coincide with a Formula One™ Grand Prix. Past locations have been Melbourne, Australia; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; London, England; Singapore; Abu Dhabi, UAE and Austin, USA.
Your team must first compete in your in country competition regionally and nationally. The best teams from each country will then be put forward and will have the chance to represent their country along with teams from around the world at the F1 in Schools World Finals.
Inventor, Maya and Fusion360 are used in our teams for 3D-modeling. Altair and Ansiys are used for CFD analysis. Cura is used for 3D-printing.
Firstly, the computer models are built. Next, they are analyzed in a virtual tunnel provided by Altair and Ansiys. Then, they are analyzed in a real wind-tunnel using smoke, speed camera and various sensors.