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Infiniti is giving Gulf F1 fans the chance to win a one year assignment at Infiniti Red Bull Racing, the four-time Formula One World Championship-winning team, which includes a salary, housing and a car for the duration of your placement.

The new program is the latest development in the Infiniti Red Bull Racing partnership with recruitment now open.

National selections across several global regions, including the Middle East, will begin in May 2014, putting applicants through a comprehensive selection process to assess their performance potential.

Finalists will present their ideas to a panel of senior technical figures from Infiniti and Infiniti Red Bull Racing in July 2014, with the two winners announced at the British Grand Prix. The placements will begin in September 2014.

“As a young engineer, this is your dream job! To come in at the very top of global motorsport and work with the Infiniti Red Bull Racing team,” said Andreas Sigl, Global Director on Infiniti F1.

This once-in-a-lifetime scholarship will be based in Milton Keynes, UK, and includes a salary, accommodation, and the use of a car.

“We want to open this up to the world and take the best fresh-thinking engineers. The idea is for the winners to come in and intern at the racing factory, then they can work for us full-time once that year passes and make their way up through the organization,” said Sigl.

The two graduates will work alongside Infiniti engineers already based at the F1 team's factory. In addition, they will also spend time at Infiniti's nearby technical center in Cranfield, UK, where they will intensify their knowledge of future road car technologies.

All you have to do is go online and answer one question: What future technology should Formula One be incorporating to keep road-relevant?

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