Matt Stone Racing on lookout for 2023 team roles
Matt Stone Racing is looking for a Number 1 Race Mechanic and Data Engineer to join the team for the 2023 Repco Supercars Championship season.
Based in Yatala, Gold Coast, MSR has competed in the top levels of Australian racing championships and series, including winning titles in the Dunlop Super2 Series, Touring Car Masters and V8 Utes.
In 2023, the team will field Jack Le Brocq and Cameron Hill in a pair of Chevrolet Camaros.
With a prioritisation of work-driven and determined members, Matt Stone, CEO and Managing Director of the company with the same name, knows that 2023 is an exciting time to get involved with the team.
“2023 is something of a fresh start not only for Supercars heading into the Gen3 era but also for MSR,” said Stone.
“It’s an exciting time at MSR and we’re looking for the best possible people to jump on board and help us get to where we want to be in 2023.”
“We have two very talented young blokes jumping behind the wheel of our new Chev Camaros,” he added.
“We do have a relatively young and aspirational crew behind them, but a crew that is led by some of the most experienced names in the game.”
The Data Engineer role is one that is not only advertised for qualified and experienced individuals, MSR encourages University students and graduates to apply. This role will give those the opportunity to develop their skills over time in a highly experienced team that will support their career development.
In this role, successful applicants will be responsible for data analysis and on/off systems management, alongside generating pre and post event vehicle reports for the Supercars team.
For the Number 1 Race Mechanic role, it will be beneficial for applicants to have a trade qualification or significant experience in the motorsport industry and an ability to be flexible to travel for periods of time during race season.
They will be responsible for the performance, maintenance and running of the race cars, also making sure the cars get to and from circuits. The last requirement is to be part of the pit crew for the team, so an emphasis on physical training is important to improve performance.
MSR promotes the culture of a team community that follows the success of each weekend together.
“The MSR culture is one harking back to times gone by in Australian motorsport. It’s a close-knit family with an ‘all in’ and ‘can do’ attitude,” said Peter Vale, Team Principal.
“We’re looking for individuals who want to be part of that team and family. Everyone has their role to play and we’re only as strong as our weakest link. So, there’s a commitment to ensuring all those links are as strong as they can be.”
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