“Spotlight on Teamwork and Careers through Race Engineering, Technology, Science and Math” features all the information necessary to have your students compete in teams. They will experience first hand what it is like to be a driver, race engineer, mechanic, artist and public relations person for a motorsports team.
The manual also explains the tasks for the students acting as race officials. Those jobs include: race director, official starter, finish line official, reporter and videographer. Track layout, racing rules as well as the drag racing ladder are explained in detail.
Students will gain valuable real life experience as they function as a working member of race team with the goal of winning the race. The students acting as race officials will gain invaluable real life experience in organizing and running a sports event.
The manual explains in detail the responsibilities of each team member and race official.
Several engineering data sheets to be used by the crew chief are included.
The manual also explains the science behind the GADD racers along with racer hop up, fine tuning ideas, testing and race strategies to be used.
This “Spotlight on Teamwork and Careers through Race Engineering, Technology, Science and Math” manual is a must if you want to get your whole class involved and just race 8 cars.
This manual can be used in regular classrooms, after school as well as summer programs.