Michael Doyle, World Speed Motorsports Technical Director assisted the Contra Costa County Office of Education this week with a video program that is designed to teach students the benefits of math and how it is used in the “real world.”
Doyle worked with the Curriculum and Instruction department, and developed some examples of how he uses geometry and algebra in his daily work keeping World Speed cars at the front of the pack. “It’s really important for the students to understand that this isn’t just information they need to pass a high school test, it is something they will use everyday in many different professions.”
Doyle has a wealth of information and knowledge from years of open-wheel experience. An accomplished racing driver in his own right, featuring a number of SCCA and Formula Mazda championships, Doyle is simply one of the best at transferring what’s going on in the cockpit to what’s needed on the racetrack. A figurehead at World Speed since 1991, Doyle has engineered the team to its many winning performances and championships and also serves as World Speed’s shock engineer and developer. Mike engineered World Speed Motorsports’ race winning Atlantic team.