Given detailed plans and a flat-pack kit of materials, teams race against time to construct an almost life-size Formula One racing car. Once complete, they decorate and brand their construction while formulating their winning race strategy.
Finally, the Grand Prix moment arrives, and teams line up their cars on the starting grid. As the chequered flag flies, they race in an exciting relay to take home the winner’s trophy.
Teamwork, resourcefulness, and strong communication skills are required to turn the given materials into a winning Formula One car. A good understanding of the end goal, plus forming sub-teams to keep the whole team working effectively, is the only way to successfully complete this task. Not to mention the creativity and innovative thinking required to decorate and brand the car.
Teams will quickly recognise that effective strategic planning and allocation of roles will help lead to a successful race.