The sharpest data science and engineering minds will be organized into 20 teams and challenged to drive sustainability by optimizing pick-up logistics for recycled tire feedstock.
The top 5 winners will advance and compete at 2022 SEMA Show in Las Vegas this November.
The competition supports automotive entrepreneurs through brand exposure, business resources, and a chance for $92,000.
Fifteen entrepreneurs will be pitching their businesses to a panel of industry celebrity judges.
HDA Truck Pride will send two of its Truck Service Expert technicians to participate among all of the industry’s top technicians in the Super Tech event, taking place this September in Orlando, Florida.
Auto technicians are challenged to share installation videos for a chance to win $5,000.
For some time in my younger years, I took martial arts. Aside from showing up and yelling a lot, you were expected to listen. And practice and practice and practice.
More than a dozen shops and individuals submitted videos, but the $5,000 grand-prize winner with the most votes was Brett Robbins, who sent in a video on how to change a clutch in a 2010 Mini Cooper.
Five team proposals will be selected to participate in the Nov. 16-17 hackathon in Cleveland, where students will be asked to design a service by validating user needs, brainstorming concepts, prototyping the best fit and developing “back of the envelope” business model calculations.
“The School of the Year competition is a remarkable program and we’re excited to see continued growth year after year,” said Jennifer Gibson, brand manager for WIX Filters. “The purpose of this initiative is to bring national focus to schools that are incredible examples of how our industry is evolving. This is a record-breaking year in terms of nominations and we can’t wait to see the video submissions.”
Participants will have the opportunity to select their favorite Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver that they feel will win that week’s race, and depending upon where that driver finishes, will earn points for that driver’s performance.
The Platte County High School students finish second out of 600 student-led robotics teams from around the world at the VEX World Championship.