David Hobbs

David Hobbs is part of the broadcast team for the NBC Sports Group’s Formula One™ coverage, which Read more

Dennis Gage

Dennis Gage

Dennis Gage, host of Speed TV’s “My Classic Car,” is known for his seemingly boundless enthusiasm, his trademark handlebar mustache and the catch phrase with which he ends every episode, “Honor the timeless classics.” Standing five foot eleven and weighing 155 pounds dripping wet, Dennis is probably the most unlikely television star you’ll ever meet. Yet for the past 15 years, he’s been lighting the old car world on fire with his passionate discourse on classic cars and the classic car scene. Read more

Johnny Rutherford

Johnny Rutherford

Recognized as the “Greatest Ambassador of Auto Racing,” Johnny Rutherford has been in the Indy Victory Circle at every major race track in the nation. He has represented many companies, has been features in radio, print and television commercials, and has been an auto racing TV analyst for all the major networks. He has earned a number of honors throughout his racing career, including induction into the I.M.S. Auto Racing Hall of Fame, the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and Motorsports Hall of Fame in America. Read more

Darren Law

Darren Law

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. Read more