Maitland Grossmann High School has proven itself as one of leading schools in the Hunter Region for the F1inSchools technology challenge. The competition, held at The University of Newcastle on the 1st September, challenged students to use Computer Aided Design programs and Computer Aided Manufacturing techniques to create a miniature CO2 powered F1 vehicles.
MGHS won the overall winning school shield and four teams have gained positions at the NSW State Final to be held at the University of Western Sydney latter this year. The Pro-Senior Champions Audacity completed the fastest lap and were award Best Engineered and Most Innovative. Penta Fusion also from MGHS were awarded Runners Up, Best Team Portfolio, and Best Pit Display.
Development Class Champions Velocious from MGHS, achieved Best Engineered, Best Collaboration, and Innovation. Development Class Runners up, Terminal Velocity from MGHS won the Grand Prix Race, had the fastest lap. Our Year 8 team Lotor Racing Team were awarded Best Team Portfolio, Marketing, and Pit Display.
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