Course Information

Who is the course for?

This course is for anyone interested in learning the practical side of setting up a race car. 

What does the course involve?

The course involves four sessions, the first is an understanding of chassis geometry to cover preparation before set up, ride height castor, camber and toe. The second session will involve an in depth look at the various systems used on race for chassis set up and adjustment along with the tooling options to carry out a set up procedure. The third session covers the setup of the flat patch and corner weighting. On the fourth session you will complete an assessment which is a practical group task to carry out a set up on a race car.  

What makes this course special?

The course will use our bespoke motorsport workshop which has been recently refurbished. You will use industry standard equipment throughout the process. 

Entry Requirements

An interest and basic understanding of motorsport or automotive chassis geometry terms and principles. 

What are the assessment methods?

The final assessment is a group exercise to demonstrate how to apply a base set up to a race car within the college workshop.

What are the College attendance requirements?

The course will run over four evening sessions each lasting 3 ¼  hours.  All sessions must be attended in order to gain college certification. Over four weeks.

What are the progression options?

Learners may consider enrolling on our full time L3 or Foundation Degree Motorsport courses providing that suitable entry criteria is met. 

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