Formula Careers is delighted to announce that Joe Luscombe has joined the team as Partnerships Manager.  Joe is an Aeronautical Engineering undergraduate at Loughborough University and has a deep passion for Formula 1.  As Partnerships Manager for Formula Careers, Joe will help FC to work more closely with F1 teams and the wider motorsport community to bring even more information and opportunities for the FC family students.

We are thrilled to announce that Joe Luscombe has become Partnerships Manager for Formula Careers.  This is a vital role as Formula Careers seeks to bridge the gap between Formula 1 teams and students – particularly early-years students who are in high school or college and are struggling to understand how to achieve a career in F1.

Joe, aged 20, has just completed his second year of an Aeronautical Engineering Degree at Loughborough University.  Alongside his studies he works as a Business Development Consultant for the recruitment firm Millar Cameron, as well as furthering his knowledge of aerodynamics in Formula 1.  During the summer months he follows his passion of cycling, and does this in some of the worlds most spectacular locations.

Joe will now focus on strengthening the relationship Formula Careers already has with the F1 family and wider community, and discuss ways the two entities can work more closely to reach those students who are struggling to find their way, as well as inspiring more children into future careers in F1 and looking for ways to create more opportunities for students in the future.

Louise says: “Formula Careers is not only about helping students to understand what to do and what it takes to work in Formula 1, but we’re passionate about students having opportunities and experience along the way.  We are excited to see Joe come onboard for the next stage of the Formula Careers project, to help expand the project and to help inspire students to secure their dream job in what we consider to be the best sport in the world.”

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