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Murry DAVID MURRY

From Atlanta, Murry has been racing since 1981. He has recorded three championships including his most recent in 1995 -- the SCCA’s World Challenge driver's crown. That year, he also helped Porsche to the manufacturer's title. He was a factory driver for Porsche in 1996 at Daytona driving a Porsche 911 Twin Turbo for the Rohr Motorsport team with Scott Goodyear and Hurley Haywood. In 1997, he finished third in Sports Car’s GTS-3 driver's points championship after driving a Porsche 911 RSR. Last year, the 41-year-old competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for the Porsche factory team in a Team Joest LMP1, while campaigning a World Sports Car/Can Am car for the Jim Matthews Racing Team.

Reiser JOEL REISER

Still cutting his teeth in racing, Reiser is improving with each outing. Last year, in his first season as a professional, the 39-year-old piloted a Porsche 911 GT1-96 to four top-10 finishes, including a pair of 5th-place finishes in the Canada GT Challenge Cup. He finished and earned prize money in every race entered. He’s been driving in Porsche Club driver’s ed events and private racing events for some eight years and been instructing for five years. On the business side, he’s the CTO of Metamor Software Solutions, headquartered in Rochester, NY. MSS is one of the sponsors of the Rieser Callas Rennsport Team.

Willingham GRADY WILLINGHAM

Starting his seventh season in racing, the 35-year-old Birmingham, AL resident is no stranger to Porsche race cars. He began his career in the Porsche Club, capturing wins along the way at a number of prominent tracks including Sebring, Road Atlanta and Road America. His professional road racing debut actually came in 1996. He has since recorded three consecutive finishes in the Rolex 24 at Daytona. He also claimed a class win in an HSR/Rolex Enduro race at Road Atlanta in 1995. He has his own race team -- Red Bear Racing -- based in Birmingham.

Mowlem JOHNNY MOWLEM

The 29-year-old Great Britain native is beginning his ninth season as a professional racer. His resume includes stints in four different British series. In 1990, his rookie year, he finished third in the Formula Ford 1600 Junior Championship before spending three years in the Formula Vauxhall series. In 1994 and 1995, he captured fourth, overall, in the Formula 3 series before taking yet another step forward -- into the Pirelli Porsche Cup series. In 1996, he recorded a class victory and 2nd overall, then came back last year to secure a first, overall. The Daytona race marks his first 24-hour race.
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