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Rolex 24 at Daytona Champion Comes Home to Bondurant


February 2, 2009 (Chandler, AZ) – It was a big day for former Bob Bondurant School driving instructor Darren Law when he came home to Phoenix and the School to share his win with former co-workers and friends. Law, with a permanent grin, was still high from his Rolex 24 at Daytona victory when he walked into the school on Friday afternoon.

To share his great moment with so many people who care about him was very special. He even took off his new Rolex Daytona watch, which he received as champion, and passed it around so all could share in his glory. Law, Buddy Rice, and Terry Borcheller, all former instructors of the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving, currently race for the Brumos Porsche racing team in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series and all finished on the podium at this year’s Rolex 24 at Daytona.

Darren Law and Buddy Rice teamed up with fellow driver David Donohue, son of legendary racer Mark Donohue, and Spanish driver Antonio Garcia in the #58 Brumos Porsche for the Daytona Prototype victory. Terry Borcheller helped to guide the team’s #59 car to a third place finish. Buddy Rice also added a Rolex watch to his already impressive collection of hardware that includes the Borg-Warner Trophy from a win at the Indianapolis 500 in 2004. Law and Borcheller are regulars on the road-racing circuit with numerous victories between them. Law, Rice, and Borcheller were all united in victory on the podium Sunday, but their history together runs much longer than that.

The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving located in Phoenix, Arizona, was once home to each of these drivers. As instructors at the School, they each honed their skills under the masterful eye of former World Manufacturers Champion and 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans class winner, Bob Bondurant.


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