As part of its commitment to tech recruitment and education, Navistar dealers have also donated equipment to local colleges.
These two students—Jeremy Sullivan and Juliaun Pracht—were winners of the 2021 “Respect is Learned In The Pits” contest.
Excitement grows for this year’s contest after two consecutive wins at the NHRA U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis.
Ivy Tech Community College Evansville joins the annual Respect is Learned In The Pits contest.
This marks the fifth consecutive year that Technician.Academy and RMR have put on the contest.
Two student interns joined Technician.Academy and Randy Meyer Racing at the DENSO Spark Plugs NHRA U.S. Nationals.
John Lipscomb and Beau Fleming earned their berths by participating in Respect Is Learned In The Pits. The annual contest is organized and administered by Technician.Academy in consultation with Randy Meyer Racing and with sponsorship from MotoRad.
“It was hard to pick two,” Megan Meyer said, “but John and Beau stood out from the others because of their passion to learn and contribute to our team.”
Two winners will be selected amongst the finalists to work alongside Randy Meyer Racing (RMR) at the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals taking place Aug. 30 through Sept. 1 in Indianapolis.
The contest invites college students to apply to win a weekend with Randy Meyer Racing and Megan Meyer Racing at the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis. Winners of the “In The Pits” contest work in the pits with the Randy Meyer Racing drag team, gaining firsthand experience on a nitro dragster.
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.
“MotoRad is proud to partner with Technician.Academy and Randy Meyer Racing as well as be a part of the ‘Respect is Learned In The Pits’ initiative,” said Brandon Kight, vice president of marketing at MotoRad.