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History of Motor Sports and Its Role in Education
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published December 01, 1996 by SAE International in United States
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For more than one hundred years winning motor sports teams have led the way with a work ethic based on a disciplined application of human energy and superior communications techniques to manage time and improve technology. This process is highly valued by engineers and educators; the automotive and motor sports industries, their investors and sponsors; and the general public. Employment of developing communications technology for the wider dissemination of motor sports history through the education system, computer networks and other media will inform the public and encourage the creative release of personal energy for the improvement of technology in America.
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CitationBerg, K., "History of Motor Sports and Its Role in Education," SAE Technical Paper 962508, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/962508.
- Ford and other automotive and allied industry CQI programs.
- Clemson and OSU curricula for motor sports engineering.
- ASU, Notre Dame. OSU and other university Electric and Internal Combustion Vehicle racing teams.
- Flight Deck Communications Study.
- Quality Institute and Quality Magazine.
- IEEE, Internet and other online and bibliographic references
- Race car data from each race.
- Air race team data.
- Race team data, techniques, apparatus used in monitoring performance … analysis for new knowledge … process of change and improvement … and improved utilization of resources.