System Developer Power Unit Audi F1

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Neuburg an der Donau / Germany | Engine / Powertrain, Systems Engineer
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Audi Formula Racing GmbH
Neuburg an der Donau / Germany
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  • You develop the on-board network around the F1 Power Unit and, in coordination with the specialist departments, determine the components, technologies and the on-board network topology to be used
  • You propose the sensors and actuators for the vehicle electrical system or evaluate alternative proposals from the specialist departments and coordinate with the component and system suppliers about new technologies and innovations on the market
  • You will develop and construct the wiring harness for the power unit, for additional measurement equipment and the cable sets for integration into partially virtual (HIL) or real test bench development environments
  • You put the electrical systems of the on-board network into operation, configure and check the function and communication of the nodes and subsystems and identify and eliminate any faults that occur
  • You ensure the proper condition of the measurement technology used, release it for testing and trial scopes or supervise it directly on the various test fields
  • You process, analyze and interpret the measurement data, support the specialist departments in evaluating the results and identifying optimization potential



  • You have successfully completed a degree in mechanical engineering, mechatronics or electrical engineering or a comparable qualification
  • You have several years of professional experience in motorsport dealing with electrical systems and control units (preferably McLaren TAG), in-depth knowledge of sensors (military standard) and actuators as well as mobile measurement data acquisition and data processing
  • You are very familiar with vehicle electrical systems, wire harness design, common bus systems, communication protocols and the use of specific configuration, calibration and analysis tools
  • Ideally, you can install the wiring harness in the vehicle or on the PU in Catia V5 yourself
  • Motorsport inspires you, you love the challenge in an ambitious environment, appreciate the team and overall result-oriented way of working and are used to taking responsibility for the goal-oriented and independent fulfillment of your tasks
  • Business fluent German or English skills and the willingness to learn basic knowledge of the other language complete your profile 



Would you like to help shape the future of motorsport? Then you've come to the right place at Audi Formula Racing GmbH! In 2026, Audi will enter the most demanding motorsport series: Formula 1. It is both a global stage and a high-tech development laboratory. Our aim is to operate sustainable racing at the highest level in the premier class of motorsport - in terms of sport and technology. The new technical regulations, which will apply from 2026, are based on greater electrification and sustainable fuel. With Vorsprung durch Technik we want to inspire our customers and fans worldwide.

With a view to future involvement in international motorsport, Audi Formula Racing GmbH is building a team to develop a high-performance drive. As System Developer Power Unit Audi F1 You network the E/E systems and ensure the complex functionality of the overall system in various test and operational environments. In return, we offer you a strong package of services for maximum flexibility, personal development, respect for your health and, above all, enjoyment of what you do.

The combination of high performance and competition drives innovation and technology transfer. Face the challenge in the pinnacle of motorsport and become part of an ambitious team. Together we are actively shaping the technological change at Audi and the transformation of Formula 1 into a sustainable racing series!


Audi Formula Racing GmbH is a subsidiary of Audi Sport and was founded in 2022 for the brand's entry into Formula 1. From 2026, the four rings will compete with a specially developed drive unit (“Power Unit”) and a works team in the globally popular FIA Formula 1 World Championship. In the future, the program will form the spearhead of Audi's factory motorsport commitment.
The power unit is developed in Audi Sport's state-of-the-art Motorsport Competence Center in Neuburg an der Donau, not far from the headquarters of AUDI AG in Ingolstadt. Opened in 2014, the location is considered one of the most modern of its kind and is currently undergoing extensive expansion for the F1 commitment. This is the first Formula 1 drive in Germany since 2009. The decisive factor here is the new regulations of the International Automobile Association FIA, which, among other things, provide for sustainable synthetic fuels from 2026 and will increase the electrical proportion of the hybrid drive unit to almost 50 percent. Audi wants to actively support the transformation of what is by far the most important motorsport series.
Globally known, highly emotional and technically highly developed - Formula 1 is a spectacular platform for the most demanding electrified racing vehicles in the world. Audi is taking up the challenge of proving “Vorsprung durch Technik” in this competitive environment and is putting together a highly specialized team to develop the power unit. Our basis for this is the diverse know-how from motorsport commitments such as Formula E, the Dakar Rally or the Le Mans era. Become part of the unique project in the premier class of motorsport and get involved when Audi writes the next chapter in its motorsport history.

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These positions are to be filled at Audi Formula Racing GmbH in Neuburg ad Donau.  
Please note that these are not positions at AUDI AG. 
All positions at Audi Formula Racing GmbH are available on a part-time basis in principle.

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