Darren Law

Phoenix AZ

Like so many top drivers of the latter part of the 20th Century, Darren began his racing career in go karts, encouraged by his father Peter Law, who, in the late 1960s, was a fabricator for Mark Donohue’s Penske Racing cars. At age 14 he was already the IKF Junior national champion in Karts … In 1987 Darren won the WestPro Sports 2000 Group B road racing series … His first prime visibility came in the 1996 North American Touring Car Championship, followed by Motorola Cup and Grand-Am Cup, with 11 race wins between the three series … He was the Grand American Road Racing Association’s GT class champion in 2001, then joined Brumos Racing in 2003 when the new Daytona Prototype class debuted, driving the team’s Red Bull Porsche-Fabcar … also a strong competitor in selected American Le Mans Series races, he won the GT class at Mid-Ohio in 2004, driving a Porsche. Served as Chief Instructor of the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving… from 2004, Law then split time between Brumos and Flying Lizard Motorsports  joining the latter full time in 2009 where he is currently Motorsports Program Manager and Team Principal.

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