Students that complete the motorsports technology curriculum will have experience with almost every aspect of motor racing that a technician needs, and will be ready for a successful career in any form of racing.
Our graduates are involved in many forms of motor racing including but not limited to: circle track, road racing, drag racing, and rally racing.
There are a variety of positions such as fabricator, vehicle inspector, mechanic, and jackman. Graduates can earn a salary of $54,190.
"You will receive hands-on experience that will last a lifetime." -Ryan Valle, '16
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