Frequently Asked Questions

This page lists commonly asked questions that I’m asked about Working in F1 with links to my answers or relevant blog posts. If you have a question which is not listed here please just leave a comment and I’ll try and answer it for you.

How do I get a job in a Formula 1 team?

Do I need a degree to Work in F1?

What kind of jobs are available in Formula 1?

Can women get a job in F1?

What degree do I need to get into F1?

How do I know that you actually Work in F1?

How do I become an F1 driver?

How do I get into Marketing and PR in F1?

91 thoughts on “Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Hi,
    Many thanks for this blog!
    I will follow an automotive course (Cranfield or Oxford Brookes) in the near future. Firstly, I wanted to be aerodynamicist but I am also especially interested in race strategy (it was something like my child dream…). Now that I am about to get a precious certificate, I am hesitating between this two kinds of job. However, I know nothing about being a strategeist. How do they work ? Do they use laptime simulation software? What are the required skills? What do they do after a grand prix or during a grand prix when the car are not running?
    Many thanks for your help!
    Regards,
    Hector

    Reply
  2. Hi,
    Thanks for this Blog. This is one of the most useful articles on Motorsports especially Formula 1 I follow. I am doing Master’s in Automotive in USA. My interest is Vehicle Dynamics and I have great passion towards Motorsports. I would like to know the Job role and requirements of a Vehicle Dynamics Engineer in general. I don’t have strong knowledge on Vehicle Dynamics now. So I want to know learn on Vehicle Dynamics( willing to learn from Basics too). Though I did a course on Vehicle Dynamics in Undergrad I don’t feel like I have learned much.
    I would appreciate books, software, resources( blogs, website etc), courses and other recommendations I can utilize.
    Thanks,
    Vignesh

    Reply
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