The Team Principal To Be contest is a unique opportunity for young motorsport enthusiasts to showcase their talents and potentially launch a career in the world of MotoGP and WSBK management.
The competition calls upon participants to submit a Business Case outlining their methods for improving a MotoGP or WSBK team’s financial sustainability and profitability.
Each presentation should cover one topic such as Web 3.0, Digital & Social Media, Entertainment & Events, and People Development. Contestants can also expound on an unforeseen opportunity with the Bring Your Own Idea category.
In order to participate, candidates must fall within the January 1, 1999 through December 31, 2004, birth date restriction.
The submitted slideshow presentations can include up to 10 slides. Those interested must upload their work to the Team Principal to Be portal by February 12, 2023. Once the deadline passes, the judging panel consisting of former Yamaha and Suzuki MotoGP Principal Davide Brivio, Pirelli Executive Vice President Piero Misani, and Fuoritratrattia.com founder Stefano Nicoli will determine the contest’s 10 finalists by February 26, 2023.
The finalists will then convene at Monza, Italy’s Hotel de la Ville on March 18, 2023. There, the jury will award the Team Principal to Be winner with the opportunity to join the Aprilia MotoGP for a guest race weekend.
Additionally, the “Extreme Racing Service” and “Pistard Racing Team” critics award winners will enjoy Italian Speed Championship weekend experiences.
Being a Team Principal in motorsports is not an easy task, it requires a deep understanding of the sport and the ability to manage a team of engineers, mechanics and data analysts. A Team Principal has to be able to balance the different needs of the team, riders, sponsors and fans. It’s a challenging but exciting role that requires a combination of skills and passion.
The Team Principal To Be contest is a great opportunity for young people to show their potential as future motorsport leaders. The contest is open to anyone who is between 18 and 24 years old, and has a passion for motorsports. The competition is a great way for young people to gain exposure to the industry and build relationships with key players.
The contest is also an opportunity for sponsors and teams to identify and nurture young talent. The contest provides a platform for young people to showcase their skills and ideas to the motorsport industry, which can lead to job opportunities and mentorship.
The team principal role is not limited to MotoGP or WSBK, it’s also applicable in other forms of motorsports like Formula 1, NASCAR, Indycar and many more. The skills and knowledge acquired in this contest will help the contestants to be ready for any challenges in the motorsports industry.
The competition provides a platform for young talent to gain exposure to the industry and build relationships with key players. It’s an opportunity for the motorsport industry to identify and nurture the next generation of leaders.