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Corporate Logos

You MUST use the corporate logo files below for any of your work related to the F1 in Schools™ STEM Challenge. Refer to the Australian Technical and Competition Regulations for more information.

F1 in Schools™ Logos Permitted Use
Use of the F1 in Schools logos outside of the STEM Challenge is NOT permitted and use of these logos within the ‘Challenge’ is NOT permitted on ANY social media pages. Use is restricted to project elements such as cars, portfolios, trade displays and team uniform. If using the logo on Marketing or Sponsorship documents, the following statement MUST be included in those documents:

The F1 IN SCHOOLS Logo, F1, FORMULA 1, FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAND PRIX and related marks are trademarks of Formula One Licensing BV, a Formula One group company.  All rights reserved.

NO person is permitted to use the F1 in Schools logos for any reason other than stated above. Re-Engineering Australia Foundation Ltd. own the licencing rights to the F1 in Schools logos in Australia and New Zealand. Legal action WILL be taken against any persons found using the F1 in Schools logos without the express written permission of Re-Engineering Australia Foundation Ltd.

New F1 in Schools™ In-Country Logo
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rom 2017, teams MUST use the updated F1 in Schools™ Formula 1® STEM Challenge logo with the IN-COUNTRY indicator. No other version of the logo is permitted. See below.

Australian Government Department of Defence

The Department of Defence logo is available in the Corporate Logos zipped file. See Branding Guidelines below for more information.

Hub & Team Sponsor Logos
The use of hub and individual team sponsor’s logos is encouraged and they should be displayed at any events and on any of your letterheads, websites and other promotional materials with the permission of your sponsors.

Sponsored Hub Logos

Tasmania

Branding Guidelines

*  Note: ‘PA BrandGuidelines’ will be updated to include Bell Bay Aluminium logos which TAS teams MUST use. Until then, the PA Guideline principles still apply.

F1 in Schools™ Learning Channel

The F1 in Schools™ Learning Channel is a secure learning environment, where schools can run and monitor their own F1 in Schools™ courses.  Achievement is tracked via the portal, with tutors being able to monitor the progress of individuals and groups. Launched in February 2016,  the innovative F1 in Schools™ Learning Channel is a dedicated video tutorials portal, which delivers a series of 22 films covering all the judging elements of the highly successful F1 in Schools™ STEM Challenge.  The video tutorials engage with students though their delivery style, with advice from past and present students who have successfully completed the challenge, offering an exciting way of encouraging students to become involved in F1 in Schools™.

Download the brochure by clicking here.

Made with students FOR students – featuring hints and tips on how to become a Champion – the F1 in Schools™ Learning Channel is a definite Winner!

Register for free access to the F1 in Schools™ Learning Channel by clicking here.

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