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Stingers with Michael Schumacher

Stingers with Michael Schumacher

The ability of the F1 in Schools™ program to increase the skills of our students is highlighted by their performance on the world stage. Each year the best Australian teams compete against more than 9 million students from around the world to win the right to represent their nation at the F1 in Schools™ World Finals. Since the inception of the program, Australia students have been on the podium at nearly every World Final and have been crowned World Champions four times. The following is a list of the amazing performances of these talented young Australians. Australia does produce the best students in the world!

2004

Noosa District State High School, QLD &
Cheltenham Girls High School, NSW

  • 3rd Outright
  • Best Engineered Car

2005/2006

Trinity Grammar School – Kew, VIC

  • World Champions
  • Best Engineered Car

Cheltenham Girls High School, NSW

  • Most Innovative Design
  • Best Team Marketing

2007

Laverton Secondary College, VIC

  • 9th Outright
  • Best Engineered Car

Wesley College, WA

  • 8th Outright

Trinity Grammar School – Kew, VIC

  • 12th Outright

2008

Trinity Christian School, ACT

  • 2nd Outright
  • Best Engineered Car

Barker College, NSW

  • 3rd Outright

2009

Trinity Christian School, ACT

  • 2nd Outright
  • Fastest Car

Noosa District State High School, QLD

  • 3rd Outright
  • Best Team Portfolio
  • Best International Collaboration

Menai High School, NSW

  • 4th Outright
  • Best Team Pit Display

2010

Pine Rivers State High School, QLD

  • 2nd Outright
  • Best  Collaboration Team

Phoenix P-12 Community College, VIC
(formerly Sebastopol College)

  • 5th Outright
  • Best Engineered Car
  • Best Team Portfolio

2011

Brooks High School, TAS

  • World Champions
  • Best Engineered Car
  • Best Team Portfolio

Phoenix P-12 Community College, VIC
(formerly Sebastopol College)

  • 5th Outright
  • Best Collaboration Team

Mirani State High School, QLD

  • 13th Outright

2012

Brighton Secondary School, SA

  • World Champions
  • Best Engineered Car
  • Fastest Car (1.045 seconds)
  • Knockout Champions
  • Winner of the ‘Ashes’ Race (Australia v’s England)

Engadine High School, NSW

  • 4th Outright
  • Best Collaboration Team

Trinity Grammar School-Kew, VIC & Kyabram P-12 College, VIC

  • 5th Outright

2013

A1 Racing – Phoenix P-12 Community College, VIC & Pine Rivers State High School, QLD

  • World Champions
  • Fastest Car (1.043 seconds)

Engadine High School, NSW

  • 5th Outright
  • Best Team Pit Display

Brighton Secondary School, SA

  • 6th Outright
  • Best International Collaboration Team
  • Best Team Portfolio