Law Takes 10th in Worldwide Porsche Cup Points
Porsche endurance pilot Darren Law of Phoenix, Arizona again finished in the top ten in the world renowned Porsche Cup standings. The Porsche Cup competition, started in 1970, awards points to the top privateer Porsche drivers worldwide, and was won this year by Tim Sugden.
Law has scored in the top ten in Porsche Cup points in each year that he has competed including 2000, 2001, 2004 and 2005. Darren scored points in the Porsche Cup this year driving in the American Le Mans Series for the Alex Job Racing and Flying Lizard Motorsports teams, as well for the Zoom Motorsports team in a Porsche 996 in the Grand Am Cup series.
Darren will again be competing in the Porsche Cup in 2006 as he will have select Porsche powered rides in the ALMS series. Darren will also run the full Grand American Rolex Sports Car series 2006 schedule in the #58 Red Bull liveried Porsche powered Brumos Daytona Prototype. Law will try to capitalize on the opportunity to earn additional valuable 2006 Porsche Cup points as he plans to contest the entire Grand Am Cup schedule in a Grand Sport class Porsche 997.
For more information on Darren's racing check out his newly revised website at www.darrenlaw.com. For more information on the prestigious Porsche Cup log onto www.porsche.com.