Mechanics in
Motorsport
Motorcycling Specialty

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE FORMATION

The main objective of the Monlau Repsol school is to give the opportunity to young students so that they can train as mechanics specialized in high competition motorcycles in all their specialties,

according to the methods, criteria and needs of professional teams and specialized companies that act in the motorsport sector, and that in the near future can dedicate themselves professionally and share their passion.

Course contents

The main contents that are developed during the Master in Motosport engineering are structured according to the following subjects
Depending on the results of the Access Test, the future student will start either from the Initiation Course to Competition Mechanics, or directly in the First Motorcycle Course.

INITIATION COURSE

  • Technical English
  • Applied electricity
  • Sports synthesis
  • Mechanics
  • Computing Area
  • Mechanization
  • FOL (Training and Labor Orientation)
  • EIE (Business and entrepreneurial initiative)

FIRST COURSE

  • Technical English
  • Applied Electricity 1
  • Sports synthesis
  • Mechanics 1
  • Mechanization
  • Motors 1
  • Development of Off-Road Motorcycle Disciplines 1

SECOND COURSE

  • Technical English
  • Applied electricity 2
  • Motors 2
  • Mechanics 2
  • Applied Informatics 2
  • Development of Off-road Motorcycle Disciplines
  • On-road Motorcycle Disciplines Development
  • Development of Moto Endurance Race Disciplines
  • Mechanical theory

Extra content

  • Practice within our motorcycling sports structures nationally and internationally
  • Practice in other competition teams in championships and multiple disciplines of motorcycling.
  • Track test during the course and teaching day.
    • Metrakit Pre-GP
    • Honda RS125 y NSF250
  • 4H Monlau Repsol Endurance Race school project
  • School visits to professionals, teams or Motorsport companies
  • Masterclasses given at the school by renowned technicians, teams and leading Motorsport companies.

Degrees

Diploma from the “Monlau Repsol Technical School” recognized by the Royal Spanish Motorcycle Federation,which accredits him as a specialist technician for high competition motorcycles.

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.

SCHEDULE

morning shift

from 9:00h. to 13:30h.

afternoon shift

from 15:00h. to 19:30h.

ECONOMIC TERMS

If you want to know the economic coditions of our school, do not hesitate to contact us through the following means:

Phone +34 932 744 075

Whatsapp +34 644 644 946

e-mail: info@monlau-motorsport.com

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Mechanics in Motorsport.
Motorcycling Specialty