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Indy Lights driver Dalton Kellett inspires next generation of racing engineers through STEM partnership

Racing drivers often inspire a new generation to get behind the wheel, but Andretti Autosport's Dalton Kellett equally wants to inspire them in engineering through a partnership with Partners Driving STEM. Kellett, who holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada, has made it his mission throughout his career to promote STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education in conjunction with racing. For this, Ten80 Education's RC racing and engineering program for students is the perfect match. “There’s an imperative for you to leverage your platform to do some good,” Kellett told the...
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