In addition to racing cars for nearly 40 years – from production-based cars to Indy and Prototype sports cars - Ross Bentley has devoted himself to the study of the art and science of performance and race driving.
He's written extensively about the technique and mental aspects of driving through his series of best-selling Speed Secrets books; he coaches drivers and conducts training programs for drivers from rank novices to elite-level pros all over the world. See SpeedSecrets.com for more info.
Peter has three and a half decades of racing experience, spanning small-bore historic sports and formula cars to near-current LeMans Prototype, GT and Historic Formula 1.
A multi-time championship-winning racing driver, award-winning mechanic and automotive historian, Krause understands and can communicate effectively both the psychology AND methodology of “going fast.”
Peter Krause, a leader providing technology for objective driver performance evaluation and improvement strategies. For more information about Art and the Science of Driving Fast visit his webpage for Krause & Associates.
Mike is the 2013 GT3 Cup Challenge USA Gold Cup champion, a longtime Porsche racer and team owner of TPC Racing, a championship-winning team that has competed in a variety of different championships.
Mike is a 2006 class winner of the Rolex 24 At Daytona and earned a total of 12 victories in the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series.
Mike founded DSC Sport in 2011 with a vision to advance suspension technology into the digital era - setting out to engineer a suspension that not only provided optimum track performance, but would do so without sacrificing street comfort.
Greg Melka is 50 years old and resides in Tampa FL. He has been riding and racing motorcycles most of his life. He began road racing seriously in 2003, and has won over 75 individual class championships, many national titles, and 6 or more overall regional championships along the way.
2018 was one of his best years to date in fact, and it’s fun making the “young guys” work. Dirt bikes is where it started, and have been competing in the national endure series, and a regional harescramble season for a few years now.
Born in 1960 in Wareham Massachusetts, Tim began restoring cars at the age of 14 and still has the first car he restored, a 1929 Ford that his grandfather had sold brand new.
Shortly after graduating Stetson University in 1982, he started Grassroots Motorsports, a magazine geared towards regular people who enjoyed fixing up and playing with common, readily available sports cars. This success lead to the formation of Classic Motorsports, which has become America’s largest publication catering to classic sports car enthusiasts.
Tim’s event business hosts the Classic Motorsports Mitty, one of the oldest and largest vintage races in America, the Ultimate Track Car Challenge and the $201X Challenge series of low cost events.
Brock Yates, Jr.
Brock Yates, Jr., son of the famed automotive journalist, has been plagued with cars since his earliest days. He was a veteran of the first Cannonball in 1971 at age 14 and has participated in nearly every Tire Rack One Lap of America since it’s inception in 1984.
After a less-than-stellar racing career, he has assumed the leadership of One Lap now celebrating its 36th year traveling around the country and racing on America’s greatest tracks. He lives in Southeastern Pennsylvania as an unlikely farmer with his wife, Cyndy, daughter Leda and a host of horses, dogs, cats and of course, cars and trucks littering the property.