Are you serious about motorsport?


The two-­year course is delivered in conjunction with Loughborough College.

Now in its ninth year, AASE is vital to any young driver who is serious about achieving success in motorsport. It develops young athletes, providing the underpinning knowledge of what it takes to achieve success in the sport, while providing an accredited college qualification.

We think AASE is an absolute must for any aspiring young driver. But don't just take our word for it; AASE graduates include BTCC competitor Tom Ingram. “The coaches Motorsport UK has chosen are the best,” Tom says. “Adding preparation, time management, career planning, nutrition and many more strings to your bow is a real bonus. AASE helped me so much in my first season in the BTCC and has become increasingly relevant to my career. It costs nothing but your time and commitment, so why wouldn’t you sign up?”

The full programme framework will run for two years beginning in September 2019 and will be based around a pair of four-day sessions each month at Loughborough College. Additionally, athletes will be required to attend focused development sessions.

If you are offered a place on a conditional or unconditional basis you will have until 31 August 2019 to accept. You will be invited to attend a programme specific open day in July, where you will have the opportunity to meet staff, view the fantastic facilities at Loughborough and understand more about the programme.

We look forward to receiving your application. In the meantime, if you have any questions please email

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