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SkillsUSA Names First Competitor for WorldSkills 2024

Lily Williams of Jonesboro, AR, named as the official competitor for Car Painting at the 2024 WorldSkills Competition.

ASE to Sponsor U.S. Auto Tech National Championship

The qualifying round ends on July 31, 2023.

Auto Students Take Home Gold At SkillsUSA Nationals

More than 6,500 career and technical education students competed during the SkillsUSA Championships at the 54th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference. Here’s who took home a win in the automotive, collision, diesel and motorcycle categories.

Hot Rodders Of Tomorrow Kicks Off 10th Anniversary Season

Hot Rodders of Tomorrow kicked off its 10th Engine Challenge season at the 11th Annual Race & Performance Expo.

Wisconsin Students Take Top Honors at National Ford/AAA Auto Skills Competition

Justin Bublitz and Colt Morris from Grafton High School in Grafton, WI, have claimed the crown of America’s top student auto technicians at the annual Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills national competition. The Wisconsin students, who registered Tuesday’s top score under the tutelage of instructor Carl Hader, outlast 98 others to claim their prize — and

Top Students from 50 States Prepare for National Auto Competition

Automotive high school students from around the country are gearing up for the 2014 Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills Competition. The Ford / AAA Student Auto Skills competition fosters young people’s interest in the automotive industry through a spirited nationwide competition with opportunities to win prizes, scholarships, tools and awards, along with an experience that could

Latest EcoCAR3 Challenge Redesigns Chevrolet Camaro into a Hybrid

The U.S. Department of Energy and General Motors Co. recently announced the official launch of the EcoCAR 3 competition, introducing the 16 participating universities and revealing the Chevrolet Camaro as the vehicle selected as the platform for the competition. (Read about the finalists in the EcoCAR2 Challenge as The Ohio State University “raced” to a