No driver has made more Grand-Am Rolex Series starts than Darren Law. The 2001 GT class Champion has been Competing in the DP class since its inception in 2003, Law has earned multiple podium finishes and one big win. In 2009, Law joined Donohue, Buddy Rice and Spirit of Daytona driver Antonio Garcia to win the Rolex 24 At Daytona for Brumos Racing, his biggest career win to date.
Law got his start like most in karting, winning the International Karting Federation national championship at the age of 14. In 1996 and 1997 he competed in the North American Super Touring Series, finishing second in 1996. He joined the Rolex Series in 2000 and immediately became a household name finishing second in the GTU class points with 5 wins.
In 2001, Law won the GT class championship and followed that up by finishing second in points in the SRPII class in 2002. He moved up to the DP class in 2003 and earned five class podiums, including the Rolex 24. He finished fourth in DP standings in 2008, won the Rolex 24 At Daytona in 2009 and added another podium in 2010 for Brumos Racing. Law has competed in multiple sports-car series since 1998, one of very few drivers to attempt the demanding schedule. He was second in the prestigious international Porsche Cup in 2007 and has finished in the top 5 every year since then.
Law joined Action Express Racing full-time in 2011 where he and longtime teammate David Donohue drove the No. 5 Porsche/Riley. For 2012 Darren will put his experience to the test in a completely new car. The Action Express Team will be driving the all new Corvette Daytona Prototype featuring a Coyote Chassis. Darren has played a key role in the development of the new car and will be paired with David Donohue and Christian Fitipaldi for the 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24. There is no driver group more dynamic than that of Law, Donohue and Fittipaldi.