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M-Sport Opens Its Doors For Future Engineers

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M-Sport, the company behind Ford's WRC team since 1997, will open its doors to students on Monday 2 July for a unique engineering seminar in conjunction with the Motorsport Industry Association and National Motorsport Week 2012. Established by the Motor Sports Association, National Motorsport Week will run from 30 June to 8 July and in this time encompasses both the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the British Grand Prix.

M-Sport is known for its work in helping emerging engineering talent, and this special seminar will be no different. It aims to give students in engineering an insight into the careers available in the UK's bristling motorsport industry.

The seminar will give attendees a behind-the-scenes look at the company's state-of-the-art facilities inCumbria, following which the students will be able engage in a question and answer session with one of the team's experienced rally engineers.

The event is open to all engineering students, regardless of level or course. However, with only twenty places available, those interested in attending should send an email to [email protected] with details of why they should be chosen. This period of registration closes at 12 noon on Tuesday 26 June, and selected attendees will be informed via email no later than Thursday 28 June.

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