Disclaimer and some other important points about jobinf1.com

This site is not about the technical aspects of Formula 1. There are now a great many other sites out there such as Craig Scarborough’s blog which give excellent and informative discussion on the latest technical secrets of F1. You can find many of the sites I recommend in my Resources page. I am privileged to have access to many of my team’s technical secrets but I will not share any of that on this site or to individuals. The advice that I may give is completely separate to the technical aspects of my job and the existence of this site depends on the trust that my team places in me not to share valuable information.

This site is not endorsed or linked to my team in anyway, and as a result I do not intend to share with you which team it is that I work for. It would be unfair on them to suggest that I can be a point of contact for them or influence their recruitment policy via this site. Any advice here is completely my own and nothing to do with that team. I assume that you can understand why this is so.

I hope that by reading my posts it will be clear that I have considerable experience in Formula 1 and that my ability to give valuable advice to people is not affected by the fact I cannot reveal my own identity or that of my team. The insight I give about working in Formula 1 is entirely generic and not a description of any one team or a particular individual’s role, except that which is already available in the public domain.

Thank you for understanding and I hope you find my site helpful and inspiring ! There is really no reason why anyone with a passion for motor racing cannot make a career in Formula 1. The best place to start maybe my 5 top tips for getting a job in Formula 1.

Best of luck !


  1. Hi, I am an electronics engineer just graduated last month from India.Can you please guide me through the various disciplines in the f1 industry related to electronics/electrical engineering. Are there any specialized courses that i can pursue that can land me a job in f1 related to electronics/electrical engineering.What kind of experiences would i need?Also is it much more difficult for non-european students to get a job in f1.

  2. Hey there,
    I am 16 year old indian boy ^^
    So much passionate about cars and “engineering” and not only motorsport engineering. Like everybody i also have dream of getting a salary like adrian newey ^^ .
    So, i wanted to ask if it is possible for an “INDIAN” to get job in f1 as an mechanical engineer ?
    If yes, then from where should i graduate, india or somewhere else ? Will there be an advantages if i graduate from other country than india.

    F1 is confusing but i am sure i will get to know it in some time if you could tell me from where should i start. what should i do as an 11th grade student ? What type of study base should i create ?

    It will be helpful if you could tell me what f1 is searching in an mechanical engineers.


    Thanks for reading and ask me if you want to know anything about me so that you can answer me better.

    Thanks again 🙂

  3. I have dreams and goals in my life im 21 years old & this is one of my goals that i wanna make it beggin im the oldest of my family and i wanna take care of my family and sopport them and i know this can be my chance to beggin what i always dream of ….


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