Students from Australia have won the biggest STEM competition in the world: F1inSchools Technology Challenge.

Run by Re-Engineering Australia Foundation, our client of 13 years, F1inSchools enables teenagers to use world standard engineering and manufacturing technology. Such as virtual wind tunnel software.

They design, build and race a miniature F1 car capable of 0-80 km/h in under 1 second! And, at the World Finals in Singapore a team from Adelaide called HORIZON beat 52 other teams and set a new world speed record. The students received scholarships to a prestigious university in London.

Follow the progress of this outstanding Australian not for profit organisation at

Now, it’s back to spreading the word about the win and raising the profile of REA (listen to the Alan Jones Show on 2GB at 8:10am on September 19.