Power Unit (PU) Electrician Race Team

Our Team

Welcome to the Audi F1 Project.

Audi will be competing in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship from 2026.

The new team has two locations. Audi's Motorsport Competence Center in Neuburg (Germany) is considered one of the most modern of its kind in Europe. The Sauber Group's Formula 1 factory in Hinwil (Switzerland) is known for its innovative technologies and passion for racing. The Power Unit comes from Neuburg, while Hinwil is responsible for the development of the chassis and race operations. The planned takeover by AUDI AG turns two teams into a factory team – and you can be part of it. 

What you need? The mindset of an athlete. If you are someone for whom giving up isn’t an option and limits are just something to be overcome, you can bring Vorsprung durch Technik to Formula 1 with us. Become part of this unique project and make motorsport history.

The position for the Audi F1 Project is located in Hinwil (Switzerland).

Become part of the Power Unit Race Team. Travel worldwide and participate in trackside operations!

Your mission

  • Support the ERS engineers in commissioning the HV system 
  • Electrical PU troubleshooting and track operations
  • Ensure clearance of high-voltage safety in close coordination with the ERS engineers, mechanics, and mission control
  • Self-responsible build up and commissioning of electrical powertrain
  • Identify working, process, and communication inefficiencies and proactively address those to the engineers

Your profile

  • Automotive mechatronics/ electrician technician with a focus on high-voltage and system technology or Electronics technician for automation technology
  • Further training as an electrician for high-voltage systems is an advantage (or willingness to complete the training)
  • Previous trackside experience and hands-on experience in motorsports
  • Proven experience in working under high time pressure
  • Reliable, proactive and concise in communicating
  • Resilient personality and strong team player, able to work under challenging conditions around the world, with high flexibility to work on weekends (overtime hours when needed)
  • Full professional proficiency in English and a willingness to learn a basic level of German are prerequisites 
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