Jeremy Dale

Fort Collins CO

Jeremy began his driving career at the age of 16 in the Canadian amateur and vintage car ranks. His first race car was a 1955 Cooper Formula 3 powered by a Triumph motorcycle engine. He later owned, prepared and raced a 1969 Lotus 69 Formula Ford., and then went on to race successfully in the Skip Barber Series. He was a factory driver for Dodge in the IMSA Firehawk Series in 1988-89 and accrued multiple wins behind the wheel of a Dodge Daytona and Eagle Talon, culminating in a Firehawk Series Championship in 1989. He raced a factory Nissan 300ZX from 1990 through 1992, scoring multiple wins. In 1991, Jeremy and his teammate were drafted into Nissan’s GTP program for the 1991 Daytona 24-hour, sharing a Nissan Group C car with Arie Luyendyk and Julian Bailey. The car was leading during the 20th hour when it suffered a right rear tire blowout at 215 mph, forcing its retirement from the race. In 1994, he was the lead driver for the Brix Racing / Oldsmobile IMSA World Sports Car (WSC) team, winning his class at the Daytona 24-Hour as well as overall wins in Portland and Phoenix.

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