The class we visited the other week is part of inaugural Impact60 Tech Advancement Program (TAP) at the Marysville Early College High School. The class is planned for over 35 hours of intensive training for selected individuals to become employable maintenance technicians.
The program allows students to receive training in different areas directly from professionals in the automotive industry and the courses are held in the automotive lab at the early college high school which is fully stocked with state-of-the-art tools and machinery needed for students to be successful in their training.
We are thrilled to partner with Impact60 to support this program and look forward to watching each student on their journey.
Earlier this month, I joined one of Impact60's Tech Advancement Program classes at the Marysville, OH Early College High School. I brought along the HPD Turn-key Civic Si and we compared it to a brand new OEM Honda Civic. It was a ton of fun to share my race car with the students and show them some of the differences between a road car and and race car. A special THANK YOU goes out to Honda Marysville for providing a car for the comparison.
In 2020, I had the opportunity to race a HPD Turn-key Civic Si in the TC America Series. I plan to make a short series of videos that gives you a closer look into what makes this car special.
The focus on this video is the brakes.
Let me know in the comments if you have any questions.
Tips, tricks, wins, and learnings. Go behind-the-scenes at the race shop and the track with Boehm Racing.