Norbert Haug becomes F1 in Schools patron


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Vice-President of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport Norbert Haug has agreed to become a patron of the F1 in Schools Challenge in Germany. Haug joins a roster of top Formula One names that already support the global educational initiative, including Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn, technical director of the new Lotus team Mike Gascoyne and Red Bull's chief technical officer Adrian Newey. ?Formula One is a technically sophisticated sport which attracts highly qualified engineers who have a passion for motor racing,? said Haug. ?F1 in Schools is definitely a great initiative to motivate students to envisage an engineering career in Formula One. It is never too early to train in the basic skills you need if you want to become an engineer one day.?