Fine tuned for circuit success

25th January 2008 at 00:00

Motor engineering diploma students at Thames Gateway College in Rainham, Essex, have been getting their hands dirty with the bonus of seeing their creations compete on the racing track. Stuart Woosnam, the college's director, said: `We've had a phenomenal amount of interest in this course. We like to be at the cutting edge and give our students opportunities they wouldn't get anywhere else.'

Photograph: Joel Chant.

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