F1 in Schools – Cadet Class
The introductory class of f1 in schools – designed to prepare students for the Development & professional Class
the f1 in schools Cadet class
This class of competition serves as the perfect introduction into F1 in Schools for secondary students. The simplified submission only requires the teams of one to three students to produce one car, a poster and an engineering drawing. All of which are assessed by a panel of judges.
This competition level provides students with the pathway to the State Finals, where the winning team is crowned the State Champion.
In the Cadet Class, the the entire car body and aerofoils machined out of balsa wood only using mirrored side machining.
There are some restrictions in this class to simplify the machining process for manufacture, with no 3D printing permitted.
Teams are also required to use the REA kit wheels, available on the REA Store.
Cadet Class is an entry-level class for students split into two divisions – Junior (Years 5 – 9) and Senior (Years 10 – 12). Students can only compete in this class once.
It is recommend that students begin their F1 in Schools journey here with a season in the Cadet Class. This will provide many of the learning experiences necessary to compete in the Development and Professional Classes.
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