Indy Racing Tradition Is Alive At Lincoln Tech
Lincoln Tech Graduates Are Part of the Indy Racing Tradition!
The Indy 500 celebrated its 100th running this year on May 29th. The Greatest Spectacle in Racing draws hundreds of thousands of fans each Memorial Day Weekend to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and has helped make household names out of drivers like Rick Mears, A.J. Foyt, Al Unser, and countless others. Indy racing is one of the most iconic events in American sports.
The teams that race at the Indy 500 and other events around the country each year are made up of highly skilled, specially trained professional mechanics and auto technicians who keep the cars running at peak performance. This translates to a wealth of opportunities for skilled techs looking to combine their love for cars and racing on high-octane career paths.
The Best Teams Look For the Best Technicians
Several graduates from Lincoln Tech in Indianapolis have gone on to launch these kinds of high-octane careers with Don Schumacher Racing, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, and other top teams. Recent Lincoln Tech graduates are now members of top racing teams around the country in positions like:
- Regional Technical Director, NHRA
- Pit Crew
- Lights Mechanic
- Parts Specialist
- Global Rally Cross Mechanic
- Front End Mechanic
- Mechanic’s Apprentice
- Engine Builder
- 2-Seat Indy car Mechanic
Lincoln Tech is proud to be a part of the Indy racing tradition, and even sponsors the Indy Speedrome nearby. If your dream job involves race-car repair and maintenance, take the first step toward turning it into a reality by exploring Lincoln Tech's Automotive Program today!