The Race Car Technology curriculum is designed to educate students in the art of building and maintaining all aspects of a racing car or truck. Students will also be able to demonstrate blueprint reading and perform basic welding skills.
Course work includes racing engine assembly, racing engine preparation, chassis fabrication, sheet metal fabrication, blueprint reading, welding, race car set-up, record keeping of race car technology and other related topics. Students will develop skills through classroom and shop/lab activities.
Graduates should qualify for employment as an entry-level engine preparation specialist, engine assembly specialist, chassis fabricator and welder, chassis set-up technician, interior sheet metal fabricator and general race car preparation technician.