Two automotive technician students from Scarborough’s Agincourt Collegiate beat 16 other teams from Toronto-area high schools to win a skills competition at the Canadian International AutoShow.
“Hansen Cao and Huzaifa Misbah performed a number of timed technical tasks and worked on a 2013 Volkswagen Jetta that had been rigged with a no-start condition by automotive instructors from Centennial College,” the college said in a release this week.
Because they finished first, the pair will represent Canada at the National Automotive Technology Competition in New York City in April.
In addition to the all-expenses-paid trip, Cao and Misbah received a trophy and equipment from sponsors, the college said.
Centennial operates Canada’s largest transportation technology training centre at its Ashtonbee campus in Scarborough.