MAIN PURPOSE OF THE FORMATION
The main goal of Monlau Repsol is to provide young students of engineering with the chance to form as true high level automobile and motorcycle racing engineers in high level racing automobiles and racing motorcycles in all its specialties
We use the methods, criteria and needs of professional teams and specialized companies that act directly or indirectly in the Motorsport sector. The students are fully involved in the activities of the school, training from the theoretical and practical point of view with the best guarantees for their professional future.
The main contents that are developed during the academic years of training are structured with the following subjects.
Depending on the results of the Access Test, the future student will start either from the Initiation Course to Motorsport, or directly from the First Motor Racing Course.
- Workshop Practices
- Applied electricity
- Computing Area
- Engine technology
- Technical English
- Sports synthesis
- FOL (Training and Labor Orientation)
- EIE (Business and entrepreneurial initiative)
- Rally Practice 1
- Sports Synthesis
- Turismos 1
- Applied electricity
- Systematic Practices
- Engine Technology 1
- Technical English 1
- Resolutive Practices
- Turismos 2
- Engine Technology 2
- Rally Practice 2
- Applied Informatics 2
- Technical English 2
- Practices within our motorsport sports structures nationally and internationally
- Practice in other competition teams in championships and multiple disciplines of motorsport.
- Track test during the course and teaching day.
- Formula Renault 2.0
- School visits to professionals, teams or Motorsport companies
- Master classes given at the school by renowned technicians, teams and leading Motorspor companies.
Diploma from “Monlau Repsol Technical School” recognized by the Royal Spanish Automobile Federation, which accredits him as a specialist technician for high-competition cars.
COURSE DURATION AND SCHEDULES
The total duration of the course is two or three academic years (depending on what the entrance exam determines)and it takes place at the Monlau Repsol Technical School facilities.
The school will ensure the completion of the students’ training by means of practical circuits, in the different championships and disciplines for those who wish to carry out these practices and prove sufficient training throughout the academic year. The course will begin in mid-September and will end in mid-July.
from 9:00h. to 13:30h.
from 15:00h. to 19:30h.
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Mechanics in Motorsport.