LAW WRAPS UP BUSY MONTH OF MAY AND PREPARES FOR
SAHLEN'S SIX HOURS
Phoenix, Arizona –—
Endurance racer Darren Law hasn’t seen much of his Phoenix
home lately as he wraps up a very busy month of racing in May with
rides in the Grand American Rolex Series, Grand Am Cup, and American
Le Mans Series. Before he gets a break, Darren will be heading to
upstate New York for the Grand American Rolex Sahlen’s Six
Hours of the Glen at Watkins Glen International Raceway this upcoming
Law’s month of May began at Laguna Seca for the U.S. Sports
Car Invitational where Law teamed with David Donohue to place the
#58 Red Bull liveried Brumos Porsche Fabcar a competitive 5th at
the checkered flag. Darren then went on to finish 8th with Brian
Cunningham and the #50 Marcus Motorsports Porsche 997 in the Grand
Sport Class of the Grand Am Cup.
Darren’s brief time at home during
the month of May came with Grand American Sports Car Series visit
to Phoenix International Raceway for the Gainsco Grand Prix. Law
and Donohue finished 12th in the Rolex series race with the #58
Brumos entry, and then Law and Cunningham took the Marcus Motorsports
car to a fine 8th in the Grand Am Cup.
The highlight of Darren’s racing
in May came with a well-earned and competitive 3rd place finish
in the Mid-Ohio American Le Mans Series event with the Flying Lizard
Motorsports team and their #44 PortalPlayer/ShoreTel Porsche 911
GT3 RSR. Law joined team principal Seth Neiman on the podium along
with race winners and drivers of the #45 Flying Lizard entry Johannes
van Overbeek and Wolf Henzler. The dual podium finish was the first
for the Flying Lizard crew and Neiman’s third place was the
best of his American Le Mans Series career.
Darren’s last race of May was
the Grand Am Cup series event at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut.
Law took the controls of the Marcus Motorsports Grand Sport entry
Porsche from teammate Brian Cunningham, and despite a strong run
that promised a strong finish contact late in the race due to a
braking problem relegated the #50 to a 29th finishing position.
Darren Law Quote
It’s definitely been a busy month for me with some great racing.
We have really been up and down with our finishes in the Brumos
car and hopefully David (Donohue) and I can place well at the Watkins
I had a great time with the Flying Lizard
guys at Mid Ohio, and I’m very happy that we were able to
get Seth (Neiman) on the podium. The team is very strong and seems
to get better each year – a double podium finish is big for
any team, and I’m glad I could be a part of it.
Darren currently sits 14th in driver championship points in the
Rolex series and 18th in points in the Grand Am Cup series. There
are seven races remaining in the 2006 Rolex series schedule and
five events left for the Grand Am Cup.
Info and Upcoming Events
Next up for Darren is a visit to Watkins Glen International Raceway
for the Grand American Rolex Series Sahlen’s Six Hours of
the Glen. Law will again pilot the #58 Brumos Porsche with teammate
David Donohue. For more information on the upcoming race or to see
comprehensive results of Darren’s month of May surf to www.grand-am.com,
and be sure to visit his personal website at www.darrenlaw.com.
Sponsors and Supporters
Look for Darren to be wearing driving gear from CDOC, who has agreed
to support him for the 2006 season. Darren depends on CDOC’s
racing expertise for all his racing, safety and performance equipment
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In his quest to be in top physical shape,
Darren has also been maintaining a strict workout schedule as prescribed
by Carmichael Training Systems. You can find more information on
how Carmichael allows some of the world’s best drivers and
other top-flight athletes keep the competitive edge at www.trainright.com.