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  • 14th edition of the Yas in Schools National Finals presented by ADNOC will take place at Yas Marina Circuit from June 20 to June 24
  • This year's competition has record participation across categories for largest edition to date with over 1,000 students participating from 89 schools
  • ADNOC Yas in Schools launches Ethara Go, a new program for kids up to 13 years to create their own raceable car at home 

Abu Dhabi, UAE, 19 June: ADNOC Yas in Schools will welcome back students from all around the country for the prestigious UAE National Finals. With more than 1,000 students expected to participate over five days, the 14th edition of the Yas in Schools National Finals presented by ADNOC is gearing up to be the largest ever to date.
Yas Marina Circuit is preparing to welcome students for what promises to be intense competitions as they showcase their months of hard work across four categories: F1® in Schools, Formula Ethara, Ethara Go, and 4 x 4 in Schools.
Focused on a 360-degree approach to learning, students are offered the opportunity to build racing teams from the ground up, demonstrating a multifaceted understanding of building a brand. From product engineers to marketing executives, more than 300 teams based in the UAE will head to Abu Dhabi to showcase their academic ingenuity and creativity.
Tasked with developing their team's brand, obtaining funding and sponsorships, and creating their own model Formula 1 ® car, their objective is not only to create the fastest car but also to establish a functional, sustainable brand that mirrors the efforts of professional F1® teams.
Following a rigorous qualifying session, a record number of students were selected to participate in the 2024 Yas in Schools National Finals presented by ADNOC. Kicking off on the 20th of June, students competing in the F1® in Schools National Finals will contend for a spot at the F1 ® in Schools World Finals.

Catered to students aged 13 and below, the newest ADNOC Yas in Schools' programme, Ethara Go, was launched earlier this year as an entry-level version of the STEM-based category, Formula Ethara. Aimed at encouraging young students to fuel their curiosity outside the classroom, Ethara Go participants can build and design their own mini car and team with tools at home for a chance to compete in the finals on June 22 & 23.
Building on a week of celebrating excellence, for the first time, students have been challenged to create AI show cars, which will be showcased during the National Finals.
Paul Bray, Yas in Schools Manager, said: 'We have been looking forward to hosting the Yas in Schools National Finals presented by ADNOC for some time now. This year, more than ever, with the launch of our new programme, we are expecting a record number of students and schools participating across the five days.
'The level of skills and innovation on display at this event is always impressive and highlights the pursuit of excellence defined by the ADNOC Yas in Schools programme.'
 
Created to inspire innovation and creativity within the field of STEM, ADNOC Yas in Schools is celebrating its 15th year and has hosted over 1 million hours of student learning since its inception. The programme provides a platform for students to build and foster skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics while building their own motorsport brand.
Fans can catch all five days of the action-packed ADNOC Yas in Schools National Finals live on:




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