WEC Technical Manager


Reporting to the ACO Competition Director, the WEC Technical Manager will be primarily responsible for:

-Leading the ACO’s scrutineering team dedicated to WEC (including technical checks)
-Participating in the homologation process of cars
-Producing technical regulations

The WEC Technical Manager’s responsibilities will contribute to the highest standards of the WEC championship by embodying the ACO’s values at race events, representing the institution with competitors, manufacturers and partner governing bodies.

Missions and responsibilities:

The WEC Technical Manager will be entrusted with the responsibilities set out below:

-Handling autonomously the following topics:

  • Management of the technical matters related to race events (preparation of technical documents, validation of BoP/EoT calculations, scrutineering, technical checks, liaison with other officials, technical reports, post-event reports, etc.)
  • Management of FIA TWGs (Hypercar, LMP2, LMGT3) and structuring inputs for FIA SWG
  • Writing technical regulations, amendments and proposals related to Endurance Commission and WEC Committee decisions

To fulfill the above responsibilities, the FIA WEC Technical Manager will be required to attend all World Endurance Championship events, as Technical Delegate.

-Supporting the Competition Director and its Deputy in:

  • The elaboration of future technical and sporting regulations
  • The preparation and follow-up of Working Groups and FIA Commissions relevant to WEC
  • The consolidation of established partnerships with governing bodies (FIA, IMSA)

-Coordinating the work of ACO specialists in the areas below:

  • Operations
  • Electronics
  • Performance


-Mechanical Engineering Degree

-Significant experience in motor sport, with at least 10 years as an engineer or technical manager

-High degree of sensitivity to cultural differences in the sport

-Good knowledge of sporting/technical regulations and ability to understand sporting subjects

-Strong sense of customer service

-Strong team management skills

-Languages: English - native or fluent (written and spoken) & French - good skills

-Excellent organisation and communication skills

-Ability to work in the strictest confidence with suppliers and teams

-Ability to handle numerous responsibilities simultaneously

-Availability and willingness to travel extensively