Hawaii students place in top 5 of Michigan auto competitionUPDATED 11:00 PM HST Jun 10, 2014Video Transcript
Congratulations to a couple of Hawaii students who took fifth place in the 65th annual Ford Triple-A Student Auto Skills Competition in Dearborn, Michigan today. This is Chayce Mimura, Devin Vea, along with their instructor Neill Nakamura, from Maui High School. 2:48-2:59 "TRIPLE A HAS BEEN INVOLVED WITH AUTO SKILLS FOR 30 YEARS AND WE ARE HIGHLY INVESTED AND COMMITED IN OUR FUTURE FOR AMERICANS MOBILITY AND WHAT BETTER WAY THAN THIS COMPETITION." Earlier this year ... The auto skills competition began with over 13-thousand entrants nationwide.