Scarborough Sixth Form engineering students win top prize at regional Jaguar Landrover competition
The North East England regional final of the “4x4 in Schools” competition run by Jaguar Land Rover took place on Friday February 7 in Durham.
The team of students beat entrants from across the region to take home the top prize.
Self-named The Brisket Boys, the team is made up of Thomas Middleton, Turnbull, Liam Mansbridge, Jacob Letten, Aaron Coates, Matthew Byford-Loggie and Jake Turnbull and is led by engineering teacher Andrew Bennington.
We have been sponsored by SikSilk, Ellis Patents, Virtual3D and EmailMovers. As we move into the National Finals we need more sponsors to help us get there.
Please contact us at BrisketBoys@outlook.com if you would like to be a sponsor. All sponsors will be credited in Press Releases, on the website, social media, feature on the car and Jaguar Land Rover youtube channel for track events and pit interviews
Self-named The Brisket Boys, the team is made up of Thomas Middleton, Liam Mansbridge, Jacob Letten, Aaron Coates, Matthew Byford-Loggie and Jake Turnbull and is led by engineering teacher Andrew Bennington. For the regional final, we were tasked with building a radio controlled 4x4 car and a body from scratch subject to limits set by the competition organisers.
We would like to thank our Sponsors for getting us this far ! If you would like to Sponsor the 'Brisket Boys' into the National Final contact us at BriskeyBoys@outlook.com