How easy is it getting an engineering role in a F1 team?
I'm considering an engineering course at university with the end goal of working in an F1/Motorsport team. 1. What engineering course would be best? (Correct me if I'm wrong but I've always presumed aeronautical/aerospace engineering for a design role and mechanical engineering for a mechanic's role) 2. With the correct degree how would I get a job as a designer/engineer (I've heard going to BAE systems first and then applying to a F1 team for example)? And how easing would obtaining this be? 3. Any other routes into F1? Thanks for the help!
Asked By: ALAN - 1/3/2013
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Answered By: F1 Steve - 1/4/2013
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Aerospace engineering is a good choice to get to F1 but anyway you will have to have a lot of experience to get there. It would be years working in an specialized field (structures or aerodynamics, for example) before you can start searching work on F1... More
Answered By: Artur - 1/3/2013
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