Useful Resources

I thought it would be helpful to create a page where I could collect links and resources that you might find useful as you learn and search for a job in Formula 1. I will add more as I cover and investigate various topics, adding anything I find that I found interesting.

The F1 teams and other jobs pages

  • F1 TEAMS
      • RED BULL: latest vacancies and a place to send in your resume
      • FERRARI: information on working at Ferrari and registering your resume
      • MCLAREN: good section on job descriptions, work experience and graduate schemes
      • LOTUS: current vacancies and how to apply
      • MERCEDES: a list of current vacancies and staff benefits
      • SAUBER: vacancies and human resources contact details
      • FORCE INDIA: current vacancies and information on work experience and apprenticeships
      • WILLIAMS: vacancies and useful information about placements
      • TORRO ROSSO: current vacancies
      • MANOR : website for reformed team
      • HAAS F1: submit your CV/resume
      • RACESTAFF.COM: a site listing large number of vacancies across motorsport industry
      • My Weekend Warrior: vacancies, volunteering, small ads and buy & sell across grassroots motorsports
      • Race Day Staff: Recruitment and finding work across a variety of motorsports
      • AUTOSPORT: jobs section of the popular magazine website

F1 on the internet – recommended sites and blogs

Recommended career and general info sites and blogs

Recommended reading lists

Volunteering

Useful Contacts

Inspiration and Motivation

A jumbled collection of videos, images quotes which I think capture Formula 1 at its best.

    • keep coming back as this page is still under construction !

3 thoughts on “Useful Resources

  1. I am sure you don’t want to promote individual commercial interests, but ‘Resources In Motorsports’ was just launched to help people getting in to Formula 1 and other motorsports. We regularly post open positions on our Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (@ResInMotorsport) pages and actively promote qualified candidates to the teams. Good luck to all getting ahead in Formula 1!

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