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Presentation Secondary School has signed up a team to participate in the F1 in Schools Technology Challenge, powered in Ireland by the Irish Computer Society.
Team Allegro from the Presentation Secondary School in Kilkenny city have scooped a place in the national finals of the F1 in Schools Technology Challenge on Thursday April 29.
St Gerald’s College from Castlebar have signed up a team to participate in the F1 in Schools Technology Challenge powered in Ireland by Honda under the team name West Coast Racers.
In the current economic environment, many Irish car buyers are opting for used cars rather than new models. However for the January 2010 buying period, Continental Tyres is advising prospective buyers to keep an eye on the tyres on second hand cars as they can seriously affect the safety of the car. Tyres in poor condition, for example, can suggest a general neglect of the car over its previous life.
St Gerald’s College are continuing their quest for Formula One glory with transition year students beginning their task next month to compete in the Formula One schools challenge, under the team name West Coast Racers.
Two schools from Mayo have qualified for the national finals of the F1 in schools technology challenge.
A team from Westmeath beat off stiff competition in the F1 in Schools regional finals to make it through to the national finals in April. The Colts from Marist College, Athlone, will battle it out against 23 other teams from around the country for the title of F1 in Schools Champions 2009. At the regional finals, another team from Westmeath, Team Dynamo from Columba College, Killucan, won the award for the Fastest D-Type Car.
Park Tyres will hold open days today (Thursday) and tomorrow to celebrate the company’s fourth anniversary in business in Tuam.
Two teams from Mayo won national awards at the Honda F1 in Schools Technology Challenge 2009 which took place this week in Griffith College in Dublin.
Millions of European motorists may be driving off on their summer holidays with their tyres under-inflated, and Bridgestone are strongly recommending to them that they check their tyre pressures before they go.