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Youngster challenged to drive science behind F1

Young people are being challenged to help the McLaren Mercedes F1 team get a racing head start this year as part of a new competition launched today by GSK and the McLaren Group.The 'Pit Stop Challenge' is open to students aged 11-14 across the UK and forms part of GSK's science education programme, Scientists in Sport, which aims to use the power and excitement of sport to explain how science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects can lead to both exciting careers and sporting success. As part of GSK's strategic partnership with the McLaren Group, this science education initiative incorporates activities that look at the science behind F1. The Pit Stop Challenge is championed...
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