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DMACC students finalists for new CGR internship

Four DMACC Automotive Program students have been selected as finalists for a new internship program with Chip Ganassi Racing and Iowa Speedway. Pictured, from left: Finalist Ben Bollinger of West Des Moines, finalist Blake Haynes of Adel, finalist Malik McGregor of West Des Moines, finalist Ryan Baker of West Des Moines, DMACC President Rob Denson, CGR Managing Director Mike Hull, and DMACC Board Chair Joe Pugel. One student will be selected to spend 8-10 weeks at CGR Headquarters in Indianapolis, Ind., where they will have the opportunity to work on current NTT IndyCar Series and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race cars alongside professional racing automotive technicians. The internship selection committee recently narrowed the field of DMACC student applicants to the four finalists and invited them to attend last week’s NTT IndyCar Series Iowa 300 race at Iowa Speedway, where they gained additional experience and learned from CGR team members.
Four DMACC Automotive Program students have been selected as finalists for a new internship program with Chip Ganassi Racing and Iowa Speedway. Pictured, from left: Finalist Ben Bollinger of West Des Moines, finalist Blake Haynes of Adel, finalist Malik McGregor of West Des Moines, finalist Ryan Baker of West Des Moines, DMACC President Rob Denson, CGR Managing Director Mike Hull, and DMACC Board Chair Joe Pugel. One student will be selected to spend 8-10 weeks at CGR Headquarters in Indianapolis, Ind., where they will have the opportunity to work on current NTT IndyCar Series and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race cars alongside professional racing automotive technicians. The internship selection committee recently narrowed the field of DMACC student applicants to the four finalists and invited them to attend last week’s NTT IndyCar Series Iowa 300 race at Iowa Speedway, where they gained additional experience and learned from CGR team members.

Four DMACC Automotive Program students have been selected as finalists for a new internship program with Chip Ganassi Racing and Iowa Speedway.

Pictured, from left: Finalist Ben Bollinger of West Des Moines, finalist Blake Haynes of Adel, finalist Malik McGregor of West Des Moines, finalist Ryan Baker of West Des Moines, DMACC President Rob Denson, CGR Managing Director Mike Hull, and DMACC Board Chair Joe Pugel. One student will be selected to spend 8-10 weeks at CGR Headquarters in Indianapolis, Ind., where they will have the opportunity to work on current NTT IndyCar Series and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race cars alongside professional racing automotive technicians.

The internship selection committee recently narrowed the field of DMACC student applicants to the four finalists and invited them to attend last week’s NTT IndyCar Series Iowa 300 race at Iowa Speedway, where they gained additional experience and learned from CGR team members.

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