It marks the start of a multi-year partnership between the NHRA and LearnEV+, an E-commerce training platform that educates technicians in the electric vehicles and internal combustion engine (ICE) space.
The Congruity NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series presented by LearnEV+ season begins with the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals, March 7-10 at Gainesville (Fla.) Raceway.
LearnEV+ powered by iTRG is a new partner for both NHRA and the NHRA Pro Mod category. Learn EV+ Inc. provides comprehensive training to technicians, using virtual and augmented reality headsets.
The platform offers an immersive learning experience that enhances the proficiency and expertise of technicians in independent repair shops, as well as dealerships.
“We are extremely excited to work with NHRA and the Pro Mod Series. This is a great partnership which will enable us to market our training in both combustible and electric training modules and get it out into the market,” said John J. Stoeckinger, President of LearnEV+ and iTRG.
“We see this as a long-term partnership with NHRA and the Pro Mod Series.
Leveraging the assets and industry expertise of the Independent Truck Repair Group (iTRG), Learn EV+ helps accelerate the development and deployment of its training platform.
Featuring the world’s fastest doorslammer race cars, the Congruity NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series presented by LearnEV+ is highlighted by historic muscle cars and a variety of late-model American muscle cars, as well as several different power adders.
The new partnership with LearnEV+ demonstrates the NHRA Pro Mod Series’ commitment to advancing the repair industry, by ensuring that the technicians behind the scenes are equipped with the latest knowledge and skills.
The collaboration between LearnEV+ and the NHRA Pro Mod Series also opens up new possibilities for training technicians in both the EV and ICE domains, creating a workforce that can support the evolving automotive and heavy-duty repair landscape.
“We’re thrilled about this new partnership between LearnEV+ and the NHRA Pro Mod Series, and we’re excited about the potential it holds,” NHRA Vice President and Chief Development Officer Brad Gerber said. “Along with a shared commitment to excellence and a passion for technicians and independent repair shops, it’s an ideal collaboration that will have a strong impact in their industry and our sport.”
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