Responsibilities include: Part of a traveling motorsports Trackside Support Group - supporting race and test events
Provide trackside engineering
support to HPD and customer teams
Understanding and support for full vehicle data and controls systems, including looms, hardware, and software
Analyze data for car reliability and sensor quality
Report on a daily basis relevant information and issues during race and test attendances
Setup/monitor/teardown trackside IT systems during trackside activities
Setup and monitoring of real-time telemetry and data systems
Support and maintain trackside IT inventory, examples include desktops, laptops, peripherals, network gear, intercoms, and radio equipment.
B.S. degree in Electrical/Mechanical engineering
with emphasis in racing vehicle controls and data acquisition systems, or equivalent work experience.
3 - 5 years of working in a professional racing environment, preferably in a track support role in high-level motorsport. Formula E, LMP1 Hybrid, Formula 1 hybrid era experience beneficial.
Extensive hands-on experience with motorsports powertrains and related mechanical and electronic systems. Hybrid electric experience desired.
Previous report writing and database experience.
Thorough understanding of high performance engines/vehicles, both theoretical and practical experience.
Thorough understanding of racing vehicle controls and data acquisition/telemetry systems, CAN bus expertise, troubleshooting and faults identification.
Experience with real-time telemetry systems.
Basic IT knowledge (networking
, hardware, cloud computing, etc.)
Excellent computing skills, competent with main Microsoft products, McLaren System Monitor and ATLAS, Pi Research analysis software.
Programming skills to include Python
, Matlab, C# preferred.
Heavy Travel is required.
$1,800 - $2,500 per week depending upon experience
For more information email Mark Johnston at [email protected]