Motorsports Technology

Motorsports Technology

students in front of motorsports building with a car and flags
poster of a car with an autograph
silver car with hood open, red hood laying in front of car that says Alfred State Motorsports
white car with red stripes
students with car parts
students looking under the hood of a car in automotive lab
sparks, student working on a vehicle
students with car parts
student elbow, student working on wiring
Alfred State Motorsports written on top of a car hood
Automotive Department staff members outside
ASC ranked Top 2 in the US, colleges with motorsports technology
2019 US News & World Report
Program Advantages

Motorsports Technology Student Interview

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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.

Professional Outlook

There are a variety of positions such as fabricator, vehicle inspector, mechanic, and jackman. Graduates can earn a salary of $54,190. 

NYS Department of Labor 2019
Eric Wilmot, Department Chairman
Pioneer Quotes

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Automotive Trades 

"You will receive hands-on experience that will last a lifetime." -Ryan Valle, '16

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