Willows, CA – For the fourth year in a row, Davidson Racing, the road racing team based out of Sparks, Nevada owned by Bob Davidson and managed by long-time NASA racer and crew chief Ron Carroll, will participate in the longest endurance car race in the world, 25 Hours of Thunderhill (see highlights from last year: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Yt-MtCDbDQ). The team will be racing two cars this year; the first will be a BMW powered Norma sports racer whose drivers will be: Bob Davidson, Brian Frisselle, Remo Ruscitti, Randy Pobst and Michael Valiante. The 2nd car will be an Elan V8 powered DR eagle prototype whose drivers will be: Bob Davidson, Burt Frisselle, Brandon Kraus, Anthony Lazzaro and Mark Wilkins. 100 percent of the Davidson Racing Team's race proceeds will be donated to the Semper Fi Fund. For more information, please visit http://25forsemperfi.org.
Thank you, Davidson Racing, for your continued support of wounded and critically ill service members and their families. Best of luck in this year's race!