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Apr 25, 2014
WHAT: Mazda, through its just launched “Racing Accelerates Creative Education” (R.A.C.E.) educational program, will rev up students with real-world, exciting demonstrations of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) applications used throughout Mazda’s Motorsports activities and the automobile industry in general.
As a part of its curriculum, Mazda will present the following to more than 400 4th-10th graders from San Jose local schools visiting The Tech Museum of Innovation:
WHO: John Doonan -- Director, Mazda Motorsports
Tom Long -- Mazda Motorsports factory driver
Tristan Nunez – Mazda Motorsports factory driver (and still in high school!)
WHEN: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
WHERE: The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose – STEM Program
Plaza de Cesar Chavez
11 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Mazda is an engineering-based company; Mazda wishes to motivate the next generation of STEM superstars; Mazda’s prototype racing program would not exist without STEM!
Mazda's SKYACTIV-D Clean Diesel Prototype Racecar
Mazda is racing with domestic, renewable, synthetic clean diesel fuel and the students will learn how their trip to their local fast food restaurant-- with a dash of science--helps power Mazda’s 200-mph race cars.
For further information: Jay Amestoy firstname.lastname@example.org 949.466.0928