F1 in Schools is an international multidisciplinary technology competition. The aim of the competition is to develop, design, and manufacture a miniature racing car powered by a gas cartridge, using modern industrial software, to compete against other teams’ cars on a 20-meter race track. However, to be successful it is not enough to have developed a fast racing car; it is the team’s overall performance that counts. In the evaluation, the jury also attaches great importance to the construction of the racing car. In addition, the pit display developed by each team is evaluated, as well as an oral presentation in addition to two portfolios. The winner of the respective regional competition qualifies for the German championship and is allowed to represent his federal state at it and fight for the participation in the world championship.