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Discuss your career progression, seek advice on your next steps and how to make the most of opportunities. Just started a job? Share your pride with the network!

How to Get into a MOTORSPORT INDUSTRY?

Posted by: surya17r - Posted: May 6, 2021

Hi I am Surya,I ve posted this so that i can gain knowledge regarding the Future in motorsport,

I am a Senior Year student have another month more to complete the graduation,I am pursuing Electronics and Communication engineering.I need to really know how to get into a good Automotive industry or an good motorsport team.

 

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Good Morning Surya,

Welcome to Student Motorsport and thanks for becoming an important part of our community! We look forward to seeing you in and amongst the channel forums and supporting you in your career aims. It’s certainly nice to hear about your early introduction to dismantling things to gain a better understanding, was probably worth getting in trouble for, well done!

We’re seeing an increasing number of students from Inda and overseas join us which is great, we’re thrilled to see you are starting out in a career in the motorsport industry!

So can you tell us a few things first?

1. What fields/areas of motorsport or automotive interest you other than Moto GP? This industry and job type are far and wide-ranging? (We can’t locate any information on your profile so it’s difficult to see what your interests are.)

2. Are you interested in more a hands-on role physically, or perhaps a design, data or management type role in the future for example?

3. Have you considered mechanics, development, design, manufacturing or data analysis or car systems/performance for example as you have an interest in engineering?

With regards to your profile, well done for completing a good amount of information, we REALLY do recommend you complete as much detail as possible so you get the most out of our network. It’s also nice to be able to ‘put a face to your name’ so how about adding some images? If you have a completed profile (which you are well on the way to doing) it speaks volumes about you, it’s not just about the posts you create or questions you ask, people want to see who and what type of person creates them.

JP

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