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Feature   March 1, 2001   by CARS Magazine

Canadian International Auto Show features technology competition

The second annual Toronto Automotive Technology Competition was held on February 15th, 2001 at the Canadian International Auto Show with selected two-person teams from eligible Toronto high schools. T...


The second annual Toronto Automotive Technology Competition was held on February 15th, 2001 at the Canadian International Auto Show with selected two-person teams from eligible Toronto high schools. Teams competed at five workstations covering electrical, steering/suspension/brakes, parts identification, theory and the service of a Volkswagen Beetle with a prearranged problem. Winners were: 1st Place: Joey Porvetta and Brian Melo from Central Technical School (Instructor, Tony Rende) 2nd Place: Michael Davies and Gregory Pamplin from North Albion Collegiate Institute (Instructor, Frank Knaggs) 3rd Place: Hilary Quigley and Telmo Fesseita also from Central Technical (Instructor, Tony Rende). Brian Melo also won the individual award for Top Theory. Winners go on to New York to compete in the National Automotive Technology Competition. The Toronto Automotive Technology Competition was sponsored by the Toronto Area Dealer’s Association, Volkswagen Canada, The Canadian International Auto Show, Snap-On/Sun Tools and Centennial College.


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