Launchpad for Indian Motorsports Engineers
cohort 1
15 - 27 june
cohort 2
5 - 17 july
IN ASSociation with
India’s First-ever Hands-on
Motorsports Engineering Program

and your only gateway into the
Indian F4 Championship.
About the Program
Launchpad for Indian Motorsports Engineers (L.I.M.E 2.0) is a 13-day program designed to provide Indian students with hands-on experience of how motorsports work. Over the course of the program, the students will learn both theoretical and practical lessons on all things motorsports - from Vehicle Dynamics, Assembly to 3D Scanning and Printing. 

After the program, 24 students will be selected after a qualification exam for the Indian F4 Championship. The students will then get to work an entire season of the Indian F4 Championship over 3 rounds across tracks.*

The L.I.M.E 2.0 Curriculum has been developed in joint collaboration with University of Bedfordshire to ensure International standards and knowledge pool.
What do you get
in the program
24 Students will get selected for a fully-sponsored Work Placement at the
Indian F4 Championship for 3 rounds.
Additional 10 Students will get selected for a work placement for the Rotax Max Karting Championship
3 Certificates of Training: Motorsport Engineering, Basics of ChassisSim and Basics of 3D Scanning and Printing.
6 students will be selected for the Scrutineering Program by FMSCI (An initiative under the India Development Program (IDP))
20 students will be recommended to 2 International Universities
(MUNER,University of Bedfordshire)
PITLANE access
All students will get a Pitlane Access pass to any one race of their choice
on the 2024 Indian
F4 Championship Calendar
Access to 3 Additional Online Certification Courses with more than 25 Hours of Learning content
1 Student will get the opportunity to present their thesis with FMSCI for Motorsport Sustainability
scheduled dates
15 - 27 june
cohort 1
5 - 17 july
cohort 2
cohort details
training days
HANDS-ON learning hours
students per
Classroom Training
Location: navi mumbai
time: 10am - 6pm
day 1
Introduction to Motorsport Careers.
day 2
Suspension, Steering, Vehicle Systems.
day 3
Vehicle Dynamics and ChassisSim 101.
day 4
Race Track Analysis - Case Studies with ChassisSim
day 5
3D Scanning 101.
day 6
3D Scanning to 3D Printing.
Hands - On
Location: D&O Motorsports,
time: 10am - 6pm
day 7
Bolting and assembly, Design
Case Study - BMW Time Attack Car.
8, 9
Complete Race Car Disassembly
and Assembly.
day 10
Bolting, Vehicle Dynamics, Car Setup.
day 11
Corner Balancing and String Alignment.
day 12
F4 car Overview and Breakdown.
day 13
Qualification Exam for the Indian F4 Championship
technical PARTNERS
on-ground PARTNERS
BRAND partner
who will you learn from?
program instructors
rex keen
Ex-Formula 3, Formula Ford,
V8 Supercars.
A legendary figure in professional motorsport with 20 years of experience as a Race Engineer and
Technical Director.
Shubham Sangodkar
Ex - Aerodynamicist,
RedBull Racing F1 Team  
Omkar Rane
Ex - Trackside Operations,
Audi Factory Racing Team, GT3
Ian Wright
30+ years of F1 experience in Performance Engineering.
Ex-McLaren F1 Team,
Ex-Mercedes F1 Team.

Luciano Carvalho
Race Engineer
(Audi, Ferrari GT Endurance)
Portuguese Karting Champion
Nachiket Kulkarni
Performance Driving Instructor
BMW Certified Master Trainer
program fee
Pricing plans
choose your cohort
Cohort 1
batch of 50
Dates : 15 - 27 june
Confirm your seat
reserve your seat
Total Program Fee for Flexi:
Reserve now and pay the rest
in 4 installments
Cohort 2
batch of 50
Dates : 5 - 17 july
Confirm your seat
reserve your seat
Total Program Fee for Flexi:
Reserve now and pay the rest
in 4 installments
Accommodation facilities available upon request
approx. ₹1500 per day, to be paid separately

Who can enroll for L.I.M.E 2.0?


Anyone who wants to start/build their career in Motorsports can enroll for L.I.M.E 2.0 - irrespective of whether you’re a student, fresher or working professional.

Is there an eligibility criterion before I register?


No - you can be from any year in college, a working professional or anyone who has the interest and heart to learn and get into Motorsports. Having said that, a basic understanding of how cars work would help.

I’m not from an Engg/technical background - will this course help me?


Honestly, it depends on what you want out of the program. If you’re someone who’s looking to get into Motorsports, this is definitely the best place to start.

The program would work for anyone who has an interest towards motorsports - irrespective of what background you come from.

The curriculum has been built in such a way that allows you to gradually get into the flow, no matter where you start from.

How will this program help me in the future?


Most students applying for international UG/PG Motorsports/Automotive degrees do not get in because of their lack of experience and exposure. We are not promising you a seat at the Universities - but we assure you that with this 13-day training and a full season of the Indian F4 Championship under your belt, you would have a far better chance of cracking that seat.

Now, if you’re someone looking to get into Motorsports and it’s adjacent fields as a career, you should build up your Motorsport Portfolio.
A portfolio where you have all your skills, projects and experiences listed down and documented. L.I.M.E 2.0 would be the perfect place to start that process.

Is this a fully offline program?


Yes. L.I.M.E 2.0 has been designed to be a fully hands-on, offline program where you get to work on real cars and learn motorsport technologies along with building products for real-life scenarios.

(Note: All our supplementary learning material will be provided online, on our Learning Platforxm)

I’m not from Mumbai - would I be able to attend?


Absolutely! The only reason why we chose Mumbai as the location for L.I.M.E 2.0 is because of our workshop’s location. We would love to see participation and representation from all parts of the country, like our first edition of L.I.M.E last year :)

Would there be accommodation provided?


Yes - once you register for the Program, you will be given choices of accommodation from our list of partner hotels. You will be given standard rates for the accommodation, which will have to be paid over the Program Fee.

Please reach out to us if you need any clarifications.

Do I have to pay the program fee in full?


You can either pay the Program Fee (INR 45,000(Early Bird)/INR 55,000) in full, or you can choose to reserve your seat by paying INR 10,000 as an advance - and pay the remainder of the Program Fee as EMI.

Note: The Program fee of INR 45,000 is open only during the Early Bird window, till 11:59 PM, 13 May 2024.

What is Flexi-Plan payment?


You can pay the Program Fee in 5 installments, which includes the advance payment of INR 10,000 to reserve your seat.
Eg: The Programm Fee of INR 55,000 would be split as 10,000 + 4 installments of your choice.

Note: All payments need to be completed before the first day of your respective cohort, to ensure your seat.

Are there Scholarship opportunities for the program?


Yes. We have reserved one seat per cohort for young, aspiring women who want to take up Motorsports as their career. If you’re one of them, or if you know of someone - please feel free to self-nominate/nominate over mail at with the subject line “L.I.M.E 2.0 Scholarship”

We are always here to support anyone who wants a bit of help to realise their motorsport dreams. Our inbox is always open - and we are always listening.

Will I be provided with a Certificate after the program?


Yes. Upon completion of the program and fulfilling all completion criteria, you will be awarded 3 Certificates:

1. A Program Completion Certificate, jointly issued by United Motorsports Academy and the University of Bedfordshire.
2. Solidvision 3D Scan Basics certification
3. CAE Systems Basics Certification

Note: the 24 students selected for the 2024 Indian F4 Championship will be awarded an additional Certificate of Work Experience, jointly issued by United Motorsports Academy and RPPL.

How can I work in the Indian F4 Championship after the program?


All the students across both Cohorts would be required to appear for the Qualification Exam for the Indian F4 Championship on the last day of their respective cohorts. The syllabus for the exam is practically anything you would have learnt/picked up over the course of the program.

The top-performing 24 students would then get the opportunity to work in the pits at the Indian F4 Championship for the complete 2024 season, over 5 Race weekends.*

What if I don’t clear the eligibility exam?


First of all, we would urge you not to think of that first.
We understand that the opportunity to work at the F4 Championship is limited - but that does not mean your motorsports journey will come to a dead end, post L.I.M.E 2.0. You are just getting started.

Whether you are applying for admissions/scholarships in the top motorsport universities for higher education, or if you’re trying to crack that dream job in motorsports - the 13 days that you spent with your peers, the community you get into, the tools, techniques and know-how you pick up, will help you in your journey. On top of that, you get access to our team and all our advisors in case you need any help, guidance or counselling.

Don't think of what could go wrong, think of what could go right!