Do you want to be a race engineer?
A race engineer is responsible for specifying and maximising the performance of the car, driver and race team. This involves analysing data, optimising set-up and managing the mechanics, whilst ensuring both the team and race car comply with the regulations.
If yes, are you an engineering enthusiast who wants to win?
Then the MIA School of Race Engineering is for you!
The School of Race Engineering, created and run by the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA), is a focused and interactive course which bridges the gap between general Motorsport engineering and becoming the Race Engineers of tomorrow.
The course is led by a former successful graduate of the MIA School of Race Engineering who now holds a senior position in Motorsport. You will be taught a wide range of essential topics, by experienced and successful world class Race Engineers from Formula 1, WEC, BTCC, Formula E and Indycar.
With 32 hours of teaching and many more hours of social and engineering engagement there is just no better place to learn how to excel as a Race Engineer!