A group from Adam Scott Collegiate won third place Wednesday during a 18th annual Toronto Automotive Technology Competition that helped launch a Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.
Hayden Bruce and Justin McCollow of Adam Scott finished third out of 19 high propagandize teams from a Toronto area. They were coached by clergyman Robert Flindall.
By fixation in a Top 3, they won a General Motors automobile for a Adam Scott automobile emporium for training purposes.
Automotive technician students competed on timed technical tasks and worked on a automobile that had been fraudulent with a no-start condition by automotive instructors from Centennial College.
St. Brother Andre High School in Markham finished initial and Scarborough’s Jean Vanier Secondary School was second.