Andy Goodall, CEO of the Australian Institute of Motorsport; is proud to announce the Institute’s support of the Formula Vee Association of NSW as the naming rights sponsor of the 2013 Australian Institute of Motorsport NSW State Championship.
The Australian Institute of Motorsport offers all forms of training in the motorsport sector, delivering courses from Certificate II in Motorsport all the way through to the Diploma of Motorsport. The program see’s the students through the design and fabrication processes of various components, as well as performing diagnostic procedures and data analysis. Not only does the program include the building of the vehicles and their various components, but it also teaches how to perform within a race team environment through track support and teamwork.
“Students learn first hand how to operate in a motorsport environment and what is really required to be part of a leading racing team.”
The Institute has a fleet of vehicles at various stages of construction, which will compete in the 2013 New South Wales, Victorian, and National championships. As students develop each vehicle the development process can be quite lengthily, however Andy is confident it is now time for the students to showcase their engineering and racing abilities.
The Australian Institute of Motorsport awards a number of scholarship drives each year for its drivers; with the 2013 recipients including; Shaun Trounson, Brett Dickie and Russ Occhipinti. This scholarship program sees its recipients gain a fully expense covered drive. 2013 will see Andy take on testing and mentoring roles, whilst driving at selected rounds.
The Australian Institute of Motorsport is excited to announce this exciting partnership with the Formula Vee Association of NSW, and looks forward to the year ahead.