Preserving Peter Gregg’s Standards for the Future of the Automotive Industry

Peter Gregg Foundation seeks to attract, educate, train and support future performance sports car mechanics and engineers.

Founded by Peter’s son, Simon Gregg, the foundation will award five scholarships annually to talented individuals aged 17-to-21 with a heart and hunger for working on cars.

If you believe you have what it takes to win a Peter Gregg Foundation Scholarship, click here to apply.

If you would like to help support a scholarship winner,
please click here to learn more.


Scholarships Available

We are Looking for the Next Motorsports Mechanics and Engineers

5 Scholarships 

Do you have a passion for motorsports? Apply for one of five scholarships for hands-on training with veteran mechanics, pit crew professionals and Simon Gregg.

You’ll live and work for three months in Jacksonville, Florida, where you’ll dismantle and rebuild a Porsche 944 Turbo to Peter “Perfect” race-ready standards, working side-by-side with industry professionals.

Once you and your fellow scholarship winners complete the Porsche rebuild, you’ll join Simon and his pit crew for a track day and a race day.

Friends and family welcome to see you at work with our crew!

Learn more here.

Professional Internship

After you graduate from the training program, you’ll earn a spot at a top-notch car shop or race team.


Do you have what it takes? Apply for a Peter Gregg Foundation Scholarship here.

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DJ (David Jans), thank you for your kind and generous donation to our motorsports scholars!  Thanks to you, some of the most talented and promising future motorsports technicians will earn a chance to become educated and trained in the exciting and important world of performance automotive design, engineering, maintenance and more.  Again, thank you, DJ!  David Jans is part owner of TransAm Race Company (TARC). He was a prior TransAm competitor, car owner, and 2011 Rookie of the Year points leader.  The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli
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