Master

Race Bike Engineer

Become a Track Engineer in the Motorbike sector and work in the Moto GP industry: a master’s degree taught in English where you will learn all the secrets to working on racing motorbikes.

There are practical activities to include you in Teams working in national and international championships with the required skills.

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Master Race Bike Engineer

The MTS Racing Bike Engineer Master’s aims to train and specialise Track Engineers in the motorbike sector to enable them to work in Teams in national and international championships. It does so with theoretical classes and practical activities on racing motorbikes held by instructors with experience in the various Motorsport areas, such as MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, SBK and CIV.

The Master’s course involves significant synergy with the Motorbike Racing Mechanic Course, which translates into working directly on racing bikes in the pits at the Monza Racetrack, with practical sessions on special topics such as suspension, transmission and setup.

There are 3 days on the track, where the primary objective will be to simulate, as much as possible, the real experience in the pits. Here the Track Engineers will work on a racing bike driven by a professional rider, in synergy with the telemetry analysts and mechanics on the Motor Racing Course, putting into practice what they have learned during the theoretical and practical classes.

The course also involves educational visits to leading companies in the racing industry and participation in the Master’s, taught in English, by engineers and leading figures from the Motorsport world. The course will take place at the Monza Racetrack and the MTS Training Centre in Lesmo.

Hands-on approach

The Master’s course has a predominantly practical approach: indeed there will be 3 days on the track to allow students to enjoy a real experience and be ready to face job market, in addition to visits by leading companies in the sector.

 
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The Master’s will be held over the weekend from Friday to Sunday for a duration of 240 hours across 10 weeks from November to March. The days on the track may also take place on Thursdays.
 

Selection process

Since 2011, MTS has developed a refined selection method to guarantee that only people with specific technical requirements join the Master’s course, so that, at the end of the course, top students are able to join Teams as Track Engineers.

Registrations open from:

Registrations Closed

30

January

2023

What our students say

Find out what awaits you during and after the course

Who is it intended for?

The Racing Bike Engineer Master’s is intended for motorbike racing enthusiasts who speak English fluently and have a solid knowledge of mathematics and physics: get in touch to learn about the requirements needed to pass the section process.

Instructors

The Racing Bike Engineer Master’s instructors are racing professionals who work in Teams such as Ducati Corse, Yamaha Racing, KTM and in categories such as MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, SBK and CIV.

 

Weekend format

The Racing Bike Engineer Master’s instructors are racing professionals who work in Teams such as Ducati Corse, Yamaha Racing, KTM and in categories such as MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, SBK and CIV.

Training on the Job

The Master’s involves on-the-job training with national and international teams to learn directly in the field,  with the aim of providing professionals with first-class training to meet the needs of the racing market (guaranteed for the best students).

Payment in instalments

One of the services provided by MTS is the chance to pay in instalments. The whole sum will be split into instalments.

After the Master's course

After the Master’s course, students will have the opportunity to experience on-the-job training during a racing season with top national and international teams (guaranteed for the best students): 80% of the students who attended MTS courses go on gain experience in the Motorsport world.

Info

Course fees

6100€ + VAT

from 336,85 € over 24 months with

*in the event you fail to pass the selection process, you will be refunded 300€ + VAT

1ST INSTALMENT:
€300 + VAT (at the time of registration)
2ND INSTALMENT:
€1200+ VAT (within 15 days of passing the Step 1 selection process
3RD INSTALMENT:
1700 + VAT(within 5 days of passing the Step 2 selection process
4TH INSTALMENT:
€1600 + VAT by 15 December 2023

5TH INSTALMENT:

€1300 euro + VAT by 15 February 2024

Calendario del corso

Registrations open from:

Registrations Closed

30

January

2023

Syllabus

*Educational programs are subject to change without notice

Join the next course

To join the next Racing Bike Engineer Master’s, all candidates must take a selection test running from November 2023 at the MTS Training Centre in Lesmo, structured as follows:

    • Written test with open and closed questions on vehicle mechanics, mathematics, physics and dynamics
    • Oral exam with the instructors

Registrations are open up to the end of September 2022, but may close earlier if the maximum number of available places is reached.

To take part in the selection test, just send your details and you’ll receive an email with a link to theregistration form and advice on how best to prepare for the selection process.

The course fee is 6100 euro+ VAT and includes tuition by expert instructors, teaching materials, clothing consisting of jacket and sweatshirt, insurance and access to the school’s dedicated website and all the exclusive course content.

Submit your application for the next course and get all the info. The Racing Bike Engineer Master’s is very popular, which is why it has a limited number of places: do not miss this opportunity send your application to enter the Motorsport world!

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