Do you want to be a race engineer?
Are you an engineering enthusiast who wants to win?
If yes then the MIA School of Race Engineering is for you!
The MIA School of Race Engineering 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 two successful graduates of the MIA School of Race Engineering who now hold senior positions 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 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!
Jenson Button - 2009 F1 World Champion:
‘Race Engineers are the last person we speak to when leaving the garage and the first person we speak to when we get back.
We also speak to them while we’re driving round the track,’
Gemma Hatton – Deputy Editor of Racecar Engineering:
Gemma attended the MIA School of Race Engineering in 2013 as an undergraduate engineer. Once Gemma graduated with a Batchelor in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Motorsport Engineering she then worked as a Data Engineer in BTCC, a Pirelli Formula 1 trackside Tyre Engineer and a Tyre and Strategy engineer for Manor Racing Formula 1 team.
Zoe Timbrell – Team Manager, BTC Norlin Racing:
Zoe attended the MIA School of Race Engineering in 2012, when she was employed by Titan Motorsport as Sales and Marketing Manager. Zoe has worked for a number of club racing teams, as well as Aston Martin Racing, and is now Team Manager at BTC Norlin Racing, competing in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.