'F1 calling' school children
School children will get a chance to give wings to their dream car designs and race them with cars made by their peers.
The 'F1 in schools' initiative by the Formula one chief Bernie Ecclestone is already functional and received across the globe in 42 countries. It included all large economy countries in Europe and the USA, China and Japan in Asia and Brazil in South Africa.
"A miniature car curved out of a Balsa wood will be designed by them. The scale-model Formula One car will race on a 20 metre track, a uniform propellant and engine manufactured in England will be fitted in the car designed by the students
on Computer Aided Design or Computer Aided Manufacture software." the India Coordinator for F1 schools ¿ Aaditya Taangri told PTI.
The initiative aims to educate children of car racing engineering and profession.
"We aim to nurture their talents and incubate them under the expert guidance of the engineers of the formula one racing teams. A two-day seminar will be conducted with each registered school before the competition, this will equip the students to understand the technology involved".
"It is surprising for a country like India which produces thousands of quality engineers but has only one team – 'the force India' and only celebrated
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