Ever wondered what it must be like to stand on the starting grid at the Monaco Grand Prix?

Do you think you could design the fastest car on the grid ?

Ever wanted to be part of the pitcrew for Sebastien Vettel or Lewis Hamilton?


Job in F1 can not only tell you how you could do these things, but also shows you how to make a career in Formula 1, being paid to design, build and race the fastest racing cars in the world.

This unique website can put you on track to experiencing the thrills Formula 1 from inside the pitlane.


 Take a look around – the F1 grid is waiting for you !

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The startline for your career in motorsport

The sport of Formula 1 is an exciting, fast and glamorous business and its global popularity seems to be ever increasing. Being a Formula 1 driver is the dream of many boys (and girls) but it is so very difficult to get to the top of the sport these days that the majority of those dreams fade away and reality takes over.

Formula 1 however is a big business and you don’t need to be a driver to get involved. The motorsport industry is huge and the Formula 1 teams employ many different people in many different roles. These jobs might not be as glamorous as driving the racing car but they do allow ordinary people to earn a living and become involved right at the heart of the sport. This is what Jobinf1.com is about.

Job in F1 is a site dedicated to providing advice and guidance to those who want to make a career in Formula 1 and motorsport. You’ll learn about what goes on behind the scenes, what skills, experience and qualifications you need to make your mark and how to find the right jobs and opportunities for you.

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Best of luck and I hope to see you on the grid one day !

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