Would a mechanical or aerospace engineering degree be better for a career in Formula 1 or other car fields?
I would love to work in Formula 1 helping to design the cars, or another kind of racing series. I was thinking aerospace would be good for learning about aerodynamics, but would it be more beneficial for me to get a degree in mechanical engineering instead and just take some aerodynamics classes?
I'm already at a top university in the US in the engineering school so there's no need to worry about that. I'm currently a computer science major but hating it so that's why I am switching. I'm hoping to move back to the UK after university (moved here from there 10 years ago) so moving to where the Formula 1 teams work is not a problem for me.Mail this post