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EVANSVILLE, IN – November 2, 2018 – At the AAPEX Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Technician
“We’ll be doing something a little bit different this year by having, not one, but two interns available to work on the cars,” said Megan Meyer in a Facebook live video on November 1. “We’ll have one guy or girl for each car for the U.S. Nationals.”
Two 2019 winners will have the opportunity to work in the pits with the Randy Meyer Racing team and gain firsthand experience on the nitro dragsters. The RMR team is excited to bring two new faces into the drag racing world to help the crew.
“They get to jump in and work with the guys on the car. They aren’t there to clean it,” said Megan Meyer. “[It’s] completely different than what you learn in school, so it’s a great opportunity for them to come and experience that and add it to their resume.”
“The contest is an exciting opportunity for future technicians,” said Shawn Collins, founder of Technician.Academy. “Winners have all access to the pits with Randy Meyer Racing and Megan Meyer, rooms are paid for, food’s there, and that’s all brought to you by great partners like MotoRad.”
Applications for the Respect is Learned© In The Pits contest is now open. Click here to learn more and apply. To get involved with the contest or to learn more about other Technician
Shawn Collins, Founder