David Murry Track Days is proud to offer these complimentary services at our next event,
TPC Racing will provide track support for the event. If you need any technical advice or even help with mechanical things while you are there the folks at TPC will be happy to help you. TPC Racing is a leader in track preparation and street car tunning. Porsches are their specialty.
Joe Hullett , AKA "Motec Joe" will be on hand to take care of your electronic, data, and video system needs (any brand). Owner of Digital Competition Systems, Joe has extensive experience with most systems and is the "GURU" of electronics. He is an AIM dealer, works with Motec and other system manufacturers, and has been responsible for many professional and factory race efforts electronic department. Joe will have AIM's SmartyCam video/data in car cameras available for complimentary use and David Murry will be available for evaluation of those videos.
Paul Haney, tire guru and author of "The Racing & High Performance Tire" will be available for questions and help with tires. Paul can look at your tires and give you more information about them then you knew exsisted. Ever wondered why your tires look the way they do sometimes after a run? Why do they grain, what does the wear pattern mean, what temperature should they run at, what PSI should I run? Paul can help with all of this. Check out his website to find out more about him at www.insideracingtechnology.com.
Another few gorgeous fall days at VIR for DMTD.Register now for September 21-22 at VIR for 14 hours of open track, data/video evaluation and a digital track walk with David Murry, and more with a great weather forecast. join us for dinner at the Oak Tree Restaurant.
Remaining events for 2011:
July 5-6, NJMP
September 6-7, Atlanta Motorsports Park
September 21-22, Virginia International Raceway
I took my son to the Monaco F1 race and then to Le Mans. We were fortunate enough to watch the F1 race from a yacht by the chicane after the tunnel. It doesn't get much better than this.
David Murry Wins Pole, Leads in No. 73 American Harvest/DeMan Motorsport Porsche Boxster; Rick DeMan Unhurt In Race Crash, Saturday, May 14, in GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (CTSCC) Street Tuner (ST) class competition at Virginia International Raceway (VIR).
Next race for David Murry is 24 Hours of LeMans, June 11-12 with Robertson Racing Ford GTR.
Next event @ April 20-21
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Thank you, watch for future DMTD events of 2011 - Coming Soon
On May 13-14 David Murry will drive the American Harvest Porsche Boxster at VIR in the Grand Am Continental Tire race. Murry said, "I can't tell you how excited I was when John Frank asked me to be part of of this program. The car is being prepared by DeMan Motorsports and my co-driver will be Rick DeMan. We will actually be testing the car at our David Murry Track Days event at VIR, April 20-21. This is a truly first class effort and I can't wait to get back into a Porsche".
Next race for David is the 12 Hours of Sebring, Saturday, March 19. Watch live all week during practice, qualifying, and the race on www.espn3.com
Mike Levitas and TPC Racing bring tremendous technical expertise and professionalism to our paddock. We're delighted they're with us.
Next event: April 20-21
Winter ALMS testing at Sebring for the 12 hour. Our Ford GT's are fitted with Michelin tires for 2011. We ran some good lap times at the test and have a large list of items that we still need to test. I feel like we will be in the running this year. Anthony Lazzaro will be my co-driver for the season and Rob Bell will again join us for the longer races. Boris Said will be co-driving with the Robertsons. We have also entered both cars at Le Mans and we have been accepted in the #40 car and the #04 car is first alternate. That is great since I can't tell you when the first alternate didn't make the race. The whole team is very excited about this year.
I ran Daytona this year with Dennis Spencers team in a Mazda GT. The guys at Team Spencer worked super hard to get the car prepared in a short time. The car handled well but we had a few electrical gremlins that kept us from showing our potential. We were down a few ponies due to that. Thanks to Dennis and Rich Grupp for making it happen with such a great family of a team. We finished 18th.