An educational program simulating the world of motorsports
Man has used the crucible of competition to advance his capabilities for as long as he has walked the earth. More than just another STEM program, Racing UPward takes advantage of new technology that allows us to simulate with incredible accuracy the entire world of motorsports.
6 week summer curriculum
Comprehensive online course and testing
Live educational seminars
Interactive, competitive events
designed to test the student’s mastery of the material while promoting teamwork and problem-solving more-so than winning races. It also allows groups of kids to connect from all over the country and even around the globe.
Watch the Racing Upward Calculus Demo video
The curriculum caters to absolute beginners, teaching everything from the very basics of how to drive to advanced vehicular control.
You want to know more about the content of our online courses and educational seminars? Check our course example below:
Anthony Victor Seaber
Victor has a varied background which ranges from entrepreneurship, industry and education including teaching senior-level mechanical engineering in racecar vehicle dynamics and racecar performance for Old Dominion University for 9 years.
Wyatt is a pioneer combining real-world driving and coaching expertise with the use of connected online digital simulation systems to help clients and teams develop to the fullest.
iNSL iRacing Student Innovation Challenge
RacingUPward partners with iNSL
iNSL iRacing Student Innovation Challenge launches October 1st with a goal of getting teens on track with STEM education and up to speed with data driven decision making. Students will “Quantify to Qualify” in challenges that help students from across the U.S. become the R&D crews for their own simulated racing teams, gaining points through Qualifiers and earning a place on track for the winter’s sanctioned race series. Students will use the engineering design cycle to DIY peripherals setups and prototype custom simulator rigs while experiencing the careers in data, planning and media that drive successful race teams.