I am interested in a career in motorsports. What college/major should i be looking in to?
I am a sophomore in high school and am wondering what would be the best college for me if I am looking for a job in motorsports, preferably NASCAR. When I say this I mean jobs such as engine builder or fabricator etc. I believe that the correct degree would be mechanical engineering but i am not sure. Thanks :) thanks for the answers guys really helps me even this early :)
Asked By: HendrickFan2488548 - 10/27/2009
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Perhaps look into technical schools in your area. Knowledge of auto mechanics would probably do you better than any engineering degree if you're serious about a job in motorsports. Speed Network tends to run several ads for schools like Universal Technical Institute (which I laugh at, not because of their degree... More
Answered By: Joe Miner Joe Mama - 10/27/2009
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An engineering degree is always a plus, but it won't help that much in the engine shop. A fabricator doesn't need to be an engineer. Experience will mean more than a degree. Volunteer on someone's race team if you can. It doesn't really matter what type of car or division, just getting some hands on experience means a... More
Answered By: Jay - 10/27/2009
Whats the one on TV that has a NASCAR program?? " UTI " That might be a good start.
Answered By: D B - 10/28/2009
Hey Hendrick... More
Answered By: Rob S - 10/28/2009
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