Xenith Racing, the senior-most F1 in Schools racing team in IHS, has qualified for the F1 in Schools World Finals in Singapore later this year and will be a proud representative of UAE. F1 in Schools Technology Challenge is a global challenge that involves over 20 million students from 40 countries and is the largest and most successful school based STEM program in the world. IHS has been one of the most prominent figures of the F1 in Schools scene in the UAE.
Atree Ghosh has been a part of the challenge for 4 years. An integral team member of Xenith Racing for 3 years, he has contributed immensely to this program in IHS and the UAE, with plans to do so at the global level. He is now the Manufacturing Engineer of Xenith Racing.
Below, he talks to Tanish Jain, Senior Reporter for Light House, about what has made Xenith succeed so far and gives insights into the team’s functioning and beliefs.