Rules and Regulations
F1 in Schools has three classes of cars to design. The Formula One Class, The BLOODHOUND SSC Class and the Jaguar Primary School Challenge. The Rules and Regulations for each class of entry are detailed below along with the Design Brief, the Marking Criteria and some helpful Design Considerations. There is also more helpful information on the F1 in Schools Resources page.
2012-13 UK Competition Regulations
Please download the 2012-13 UK Competition Regulations here
Formula One Class
The Formula One class is open to both the 11-19 year age group. The rules are similar to the Bloodhound SSC Class however, the blank dimensions are different and the specification for this car presents different design and engineering challenges. Competing at the World Finals requires a team to design a Forumla One class car.
Download the F1 Class Technical Regulations here
BLOODHOUND SSC Class
The BLOODHOUND SSC Class is open to the 11-14 age group.
Download the Bloodhound SSC Class Technical Regulations here
The Design Brief
The Brief - You are the Formula One Team commissioned to design, construct and race the fastest Formula One Car of the Future, driven by new compact compressed air power plants. This information is within the Rules and Regulations documents but is included here for reference. More....
We have included an outline Marking Criteria that the judges will be using to judge your work to help you concentrate your efforts towards gaining the top marks.
As well as reading the Rules & Regulations, it's really important to think about all of the following aspect of the Challenge before you start the project. More....