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Vice President of Engineering and...

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1415 Kemper Street Suite J2
Lynchburg , Virginia 24501
United States

Company Description: Edison2 combines sound physics with innovative design to produce workable and sustainable transportation solutions. Edison2's employees and partners are...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Masters degree
    University of Virginia
  • Vanderbilt University
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Brad Jaeger, VP of Engineering and Operations, Edison2, X-Prize Winners
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Brad Jaeger
VP of Engineering and Operations
Brad Jaeger is a mechanical engineer and professional racecar driver. He has raced in the Indy Pro Series and driven the McDonald's Dallara Daytona Prototype for Doran Racing in the Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series. Brad graduated from Vanderbilt University, receiving a B.E. degree with Honors in Mechanical Engineering. At Vanderbilt, Brad was an active member in their Formula S.A.E. team and worked with Lexmark International. After graduation, Brad worked for Doran Enterprises on the Ford GTR program. Since 2009 he has served as the Director of Research and Development for Edison2, and drove the Very Light Car in the Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize.
team and drivers Memo Gidley and ..., 21 July 2009 [cached]
team and drivers Memo Gidley and Brad Jaeger teamed up to put the #77 McDonald's/South African Airways Doran/Dallara Ford car on the second row of the starting grid - and bring it home in 8th place - at last weekend's Porsche 250 at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama.
Lebanon, Ohio (July 21, 2009) - Adding to an already impressive list of race results during the 2009 season (including a 5th at VIR and 7th at New Jersey), the Doran Racing team and drivers Memo Gidley and Brad Jaeger teamed up to put the #77 McDonald's/South African Airways Doran/Dallara Ford car on the second row of the starting grid - and bring it home in 8th place - at last weekend's Porsche 250 at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama.
It was a result made all the more impressive by the fact that the team had not planned to compete in the event until additional sponsorship came through early on race week. A flurry of phone calls resulted in drivers and crew heading for the airport and the team scrambling to get the transporter loaded and on the road for the 500-mile trip from its home base in Lebanon, Ohio to the manicured jewel of a racetrack that is Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama.
Once at the track, the Doran team 'unloaded fast' with a car that was quick right from the start, setting the 5th-fastest lap in the first practice session, 3rd in the second session and 4th in the final session before qualifying at 1:00 pm on Saturday afternoon. In a reversal of the team's usual practice, Memo Gidley qualified the car and started the race, handed it over to co-driver Brad Jaeger for the middle stint, and then got back in the car to bring it home to the checkered.
"It was both a happy and frustrating weekend for me," said Jaeger.
Brad Jaeger is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio and recent graduate of Vanderbilt University where he was a member of their Formula SAE team.
In 2009 after falling victim to an engine electrical failure in the season-opening Rolex 24 at Daytona, the duo of Gidley and Jaeger qualified the car in 9th and finished 5th In Round Two at Virginia International Raceway on April 26.
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FAIRFIELD, N.J., Oct. 30 - Andersen Walko Racing is pleased to announce that it will field a car for 20-year-old Brad Jaeger of Cincinnati in the 2006 Star Mazda Championship presented by Goodyear.Jaeger, a junior mechanical engineering student at Vanderbilt University, will run the full 12-race schedule and hopes to compete for the championship.He ran half the races in 2005 with another team, and tested with AWR at Beaver Run Motorsports Park near Pittsburgh in early September.What influenced him to join Andersen Walko?
"It doesn't take long to see that they have a passion for racing," he said.
"Driver development is important to me, and Andersen Walko does more than just prepare race cars; they help with everything," Jaeger continued."Their whole program was the package that fits our needs the best."
Jaeger won the Pacific Formula 2000 Pro Series championship in 2004, recording three victories and 10 podium finishes.He also drove a Porsche GT3 in the 2004 Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona.He finished second in the 2003 SCCA national Sports 2000 championship, recording four podium finishes.He also competed in a Skip Barber regional series that year, taking four podium finishes and one pole.He started racing go-karts in 2001, and moved into cars in 2002 in SCCA regional Sports 2000 competition, posting seven victories and nine poles.
"We've been keeping our eyes on Brad for some time, and we're confident that he'll be a great addition to our team next year," team co-owner Dan Andersen said.
"I only had it up to ..., 28 June 2011 [cached]
"I only had it up to about 95," said Brad Jaeger, Edison2's research and development director, who is a professional race driver.
Jaeger graduated magna cum laude from Vanderbilt in 2007 with a degree in mechanical engineering and was an active member in Vanderbilt's Formula SAE program, designing and fabricating an open-wheel race car each year.
Jaeger and Mathis are two members of a team assembled by Edison2 founder Oliver Kuttner that also includes Barnaby Wainfan, an aerodynamics fellow at Northrop Grumman, and five-time Le Mans winner Emanuele Pirro.
Mathis worked on projects for Audi, Jaguar and Dodge while Jaeger was driving in the Indy Light Series as well as the Grand Am Rolex Series, including 24 Hours of Daytona.
When Kuttner called him in September 2009 and offered a job with Edison2, Jaeger said it was "a no-brainer."
Though the car is light and aerodynamic, Jaeger said, safety was not an afterthought.
"From the get go, safety was a main element of the design," he said.
The plan for the VLC is to cost roughly $15,000, Jaeger said.
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