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F1 in Schools

F1 in Schools is the official Formula One and largest STEM competition offered to students across the globe. The challenge requires participants working in teams of 3-6 people to design, innovate and manufacture miniature F1 cars but also manage the enterprise, marketing and branding elements of their project to accurately replicate a Formula One team.

As the competition is a STEM challenge, students participating must utilize CAD (Computer Aided Design) software to design their cars, other industry standard programs to test and then develop their perfect miniature car.

Omega

World Finals 2020

Omega is the final car that we will design. It culminates all the learnings and innovations we have discovered from our 5 years in this competition. Omega is the work of over 500 Simulations and is set to be the most innovative and complex car we have produced. Stay tuned on our social media for the reveal.

Omega
Pheonix

Pheonix

National Finals 2020

Phoenix was our challenger for the 2020 Australian National Finals. During the design of Phoenix, we made over 130 iterations: improving aerodynamics, reliability, and compliancy. This resulted in Phoenix being the 2nd fastest car in Australia with an impressive lap time of 1.032 seconds, as well as the best engineered and manufactured car. Phoenix proved crucial in securing the title of 2020 Australian National Champions.

Valence

World Finals 2019

Under the collaboration team- Ionic, Valence was designed to the new 2019 World Finals regulations. These new regulations made us re-think the norm and design a truly innovative car. Valence proved to be the 4th quickest car. However, structural issues caused the Front Wing to break- costing us lap time.

Valence
Orion

Orion

National Finals 2019

Orion was our campaigner for the 2019 National Finals. Orion while not the fastest car, proved reliable and surprising, as it charged towards 2nd during the Knockout Races. Orion was a great learning step for future car designs.

Division

National Finals 2019

Division was Synthesis’s car for the 2019 National Finals Car. It was designed by our manufacturing engineer Reuben. While the car featured complicated geometry, regulation breaks hampered the potential of Division.

Division
Eagle

Eagle

State Finals 2018

Eagle was our first professional class car produced under Nebula. Eagle was our first foray into exotic and non-standard wheel systems- featuring Teflon wheels. Eagle was a critical stepping stone to the 2019 National Finals.

Fusion

State Finals 2018

Fusion was WA’s fastest car during the 2018 State Finals. It was a unique outlook onto the design of the cars, featuring air tunnels and deflectors to reduce air hitting the wheels.

Fusion
Falcon

Falcon

National Finals 2018 & State Finals 2017

Falcon was the development class car developed by Reuben for both the State and National Finals during 2017 and 2018. Falcon marked the start of our 5-year long adventure into F1 in Schools, providing valuable experience into the competition.

Terminal

State Finals 2017

Terminal was the first car designed by our Design Engineer- Aarav, under Velocity Racing. While our car designs have come a long way since Terminal, we still rely on the basic CAD skills learned during the design of Terminal. It is safe to say, without Terminal we would not have achieved the success and experience that we now have going into the 2020 World Finals

Terminal