Darren Law Prepares for Mexico City Grand American Rolex Series Event
Brumos Porsche driver Darren Law is getting prepared for his third trip to Mexico City with the Grand American Rolex series for the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez 400-kilometer event the weekend of March 1-3. The Grand American series will be sharing the weekend's racing headlines with the NASCAR Busch series cars, and the event is anticipated to be just as popular with the fans as it was last year. Law of Phoenix, Arizona and his teammate David Donohue of Malvern, Pennsylvania will be looking to improve on their 15th place 2006 performance.
Law and Donohue have been working hard with the #58 Red Bull Brumos crew to gain more speed out of their new Riley chassis. With Law having turned the fastest lap of the race in last month's Rolex 24 at Daytona, all signs suggest that the team's Porsche powered Daytona Prototype should prove competitive in 07.
Darren Law: "Even though our run in the 24 hour didn't end well, we were really fast and the car was hooked up. I am really looking forward to the rest of the season - I feel like we have finally got a handle on this car. Unfortunately we are starting out so far behind in points it is going to be an uphill battle to get back in the hunt this season. If you look at the Suntrust car last year, they had an issue at Daytona as well and never recovered. We are going to fight to make that not the case for us this year."