AN F1 LESSON FROM THE CRANFIELD MBA

June 23, 2009

RAE Soiree June 09 027And now for something completely different as they say! Yesterday Cranfield University hosted the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Annual Soiree. As part of the exhibition we showcased the Pit Stop Challenge which we use in management development programmes in partnership with WilliamsF1. We had six teams of twelve students all from our full time MBA programme. Each team were given the name of a prominent F1 team (or FOTA team – depending on your preference). The two finalists were ‘Ferrari’ and ‘Brawn’.  ‘Ferrari’ won the day with a time of 9.25 seconds, and they also got an ‘unofficial’ best time of 6.9 seconds during one of their practice runs. Not quite full blown F1, but not far off it!

The Finalists - I hope nobody has sat on the front wing

The Finalists - I hope nobody has sat on the front wing

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One Response to “AN F1 LESSON FROM THE CRANFIELD MBA”

  1. Vivek Ayer Says:

    Hi Mark!! I like the pictures and the commentary 🙂


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