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This introductory course will provide you with a taste of what the industry is like, what are the main championships and their characteristics, the skills needed to work in this fiercely challenging industry, and the common paths to achieving a successful career in Formula 1.

12 Free Course Difficulty Beginner
5.0 Stars Course Rating

This course provides valuable insight into the role of an Aero Designer within F1, exploring the responsibilities and key performance considerations for the all-important Aero development at the pinnacle of motorsport and his crucial role in the production process.

45 Aero Course Difficulty Advanced
4.9 Stars Course Rating

Deep dive on the main tasks that an engineer undertakes in an F1: understanding the vehicle model, simulation methodology and correlation, use of the 7-post shaker rig and KC rig, as well as the development of the time simulation tools for suspension performance.

5.0 Stars Course Rating

This course provides a deep dive into the main tasks of a Performance Engineer in the setting of Formula 1 team, covering systems, metrics, simulation, and activities occurring prior to, during, and after race events.

58 Performance F1 Course Difficulty Advanced
4.8 Stars Course Rating

Aerodynamics are the source of up to 80% of lap time performance in a race car. As a result, it is a critical aspect of modern vehicle design techniques required to undergo a full aerodynamic development loop from design conception to results analysis.

30 Race Aero Course Difficulty Advanced
4.9 Stars Course Rating

Testing a car on the track is one of the final stages of race car development. Track aerodynamicists are key players in executing aerodynamic tests and collecting aero data to improve car performance. This course provides a deep insight into track aero tests and the toolset required.

4.9 Stars Course Rating

In this course, you will gain important insight into how Lap-Time Simulation software can be used effectively to ensure that you exploit as much performance as possible. Using a combination of ChassisSim and MoTeC, you will have the opportunity to learn about the key concepts used when preparing for a Race.

44 Laptime Sim Course Difficulty Advanced
4.9 Stars Course Rating

Insight into trackside engineering, exploring the many unique aspects of the series, and giving guidance on how to tackle several challenges brought about by the world’s first all-electric single-seater championship.  Performance Engineering and Race Strategy, exploring the specific elements that are unique to Formula E.

43 Trackside Course Difficulty Intermediate
5.0 Stars Course Rating

This course provides insight into Data Engineering in Formula 3, exploring the great variation and scope within the role; whilst giving guidance on how to tackle several challenges brought about by what is a very diverse and important position for any trackside operation. Data is a great way in which engineers can join the Motorsport ladder.

46 Data Course Difficulty Intermediate
4.8 Stars Course Rating

The course draws on a wide variety of sources and leverages extensive industry experience from the instructor to produce a concise and engaging learning opportunity. The course draws on a wide variety of sources and leverages extensive industry experience from the instructor to produce a concise and engaging learning opportunity.

34 Marketing Course Difficulty Intermediate

FAQ

Every course page has a section called “This course is for you if…”, detailing who the course is designed for. If you are unsure about a specific course, please get in touch with us at info@motorsportengineer.net and we will be happy to provide further guidance.

Softwares required are included upon course acquisition unless otherwise specified. Where needed, we provide installation instructions.
Every course page has a section describing the syllabus. Furthermore, the detailed curriculum is also publicly available. Courses last between 4 to 8 hours, including guided lectures and individual work. Also, our courses are totally flexible and you can progress at your own pace.
Yes! A personalised certificate with your name and course subject will be provided once you successfully complete the course. This is a great way to show you have learnt from industry experts and allows you to differentiate from other engineers in the sector.
Our courses can be accessed indefinitely once acquired. We believe this is important as the content of the course you complete can be helpful at some point in your career.

If you are a group of students interested in one or more courses please contact us at info@motorsportengineer.net.

We are working hard to offer a series of courses grouped by specialist area (Aerodynamics, Composite Design, Vehicle Dynamics, etc). More details will be shared soon.

Networking is key for finding your way into any industry, and motorsport is not different. For this reason, we think that having the possibility to interact directly with instructors is vital. We have created a number of tools that will allow you to speak directly with our instructors during of the course through the platform.

Keep in mind that interesting questions will make you stand out!

Job hunting can be a stressful process filled with uncertainty. We offer a CV review process that is based on years of experience working in Formula 1 and other motorsport categories and recruiting the best talent for some of the greatest brands in the industry.

This is a private service offered on a case-by-case basis. If you are interested in this, please send us an email to info@motorsportengineer.net mentioning our CV review service and we will get back to you with all the information.

This is one of the most common questions we receive at our inbox.

There is not an answer that fits every single case, but here are some tips you can follow to achieve your goal.

1. Complete the Introductory Course available for free in our platform. It will give you a general idea of the motorsport industry.
2. Read our blog article 5 things every aspiring Formula 1 engineer should know.
3. Browse our Motorsport Academy for a course that catches your attention on the topic that you want to specialise in.
4. Feel free to contact us at info@motorsportengineer.net should you require further assistance.

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