Date of Birth: 05-Sep-1965
Triple Le Mans 24 Hours class winner. Outright victory with Team Peugeot Total in 2009.
Double GT1 titles with Aston Martin Racing in 2007 and 2008.
Back-to-back American Le Mans Series Champion with Highcroft Racing in 2009 and 2010.
Achieved two championship titles, 24 race wins, 62 class podiums and 14 pole positions in 105 ALMS starts since 1999.
The only driver to boast pole positions and wins across all ALMS categories of LMP1, LMP2, GT1 and GT2.
Scored back-to-back second place FIA World Endurance Championship LMP1 Privateer podiums during JRM Racing's 2012 debut season, sealing third in the title standings.
Four podium finishes secured in debut FIA GT1 World Championship season with Sumo Power GT in 2011.
David's multiple sportscar crowns include:
- the Japanese GTC GT500 Championship;
- USA Professional Sportscar Championship;
- Spa 24 Hours;
- Daytona 24 Hours;
- Sebring 12 Hours;
- Petit Le Mans;
- Bahrain GT Festival; and
- Bathurst 1000