We are thrilled to announce that Rik Kasius will once again be running the interactive simulator session at the 2019 Spring School of Race Engineering.
Rik has been a Race and Data Engineer for an impressive variety of race teams so far in his career ranging from F3, F4, GT, prototypes and everything in between. Rik also has experience in driver coaching, previously working as a driver development coach at iZone. After graduating from Cranfield University with a MSc in Motorsport Engineering and Management, Rik set up his own company called Motorsport Consulting which aims to provide technical and driver support both on and off the track.
The 2019 Spring School of Race Engineering will conclude with an interactive simulator session at Cranfield Simulation. Similar to the last school, Rik will race engineer a professional race driver throughout the day. Students will be able to analyse the data from each run and correlate this with the driver’s feedback. Working with Rik, students will then be able to propose set-up changes to maximise performance for the next run – gaining the unique and rare opportunity to practise being a race engineer.
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Rik says: “The MIA School of Race Engineering provides a great platform for up and coming motivated race engineers. It is a privilege to share my ideas and experience and get in contact with future colleagues. The MIA School of Race Engineering is a superb way to get to race engineering, in boost mode, with great organisation and a variety of in depth content and practical applications. It is a true joy to help students get that step closer to achieving their dreams and aspirations of race engineering.”
Don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity to practice race engineering! Book your place now!