The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge
is an international competition in which students aged 9-19 design, simulate, build, and race miniature future Formula One cars. Each year, over 26,000 schools from 40 different countries participate in the challenge. In the United States, teams compete in Regionals, advance to Nationals, and then build up to the World Finals.
The Roosevelt Racers
is a high school team representing Eleanor Roosevelt High School
in New York City. The team is a collaborative effort among students, administration, teachers, entrepreneurs, experts, mentors, and corporate sponsors.
In 2017, as a rookie team, the Roosevelt Racers placed second in the New York Super Regional Competition and placed 9th overall in the National competition held in Austin, Texas.
Currently, the team is expanding and actively recruiting members. We are in the process of making a team dedicated to promoting F1 in Schools
and STEM education