Kevin Nai-Chia Chen
After karting in various series Burkett made his open wheel debut in 2013. His first race was the opening round of the 2013 U.S. F2000 Winterfest. During the three races he finished fifteenth, seventeenth and thirteenth. He started in the regular USF2000 season for Belardi Auto Racing. After a rough start of the season Burkett improved and was a regular top-ten finisher. His best result was a fifth place finish at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. He finished fifteenth in the standings. During the 2014 Winterfest Burkett returned to the series in the final round at Barber Motorsports Park. Burkett made his debut in the Atlantic Championship with K-Hill Motorsports in 2014. He swept the opening round at Road Atlanta winning both races. He has also signed on to compete in a second season of U.S. F2000 with Belardi. Daniel Burkett is now official GTR Racing Simulator sponsored driver.
Wade was born into the racing world in 1973 and before he turned 2 he was watching his father, Harlan, tear up the old Medford Speedway dirt track in Medford, Oregon. Wade has been around racing now for 39 years and counting. In 2003 Harlan purchased a super late model racecar for Wade to begin his racing career on the asphalt track in Roseburg, Oregon. Wade earned the Rookie of the Year honors that year followed by The Driver of the Year in 2005. In 2008, Wade finished the ASA National Short Track Championship 4th in the West standings and 9th in the National standings, shedding a bright light on Wade as a driver on the National stage!
Wade has many feature wins, heat race wins, trophy dash wins and fast qualifier awards over his 11 year career. He most recently finished 2nd last season (2013) in the points standings at Douglas County Speedway in Roseburg, Oregon. Wade loves his GTSF Model GTR Racing Simulator
Started as a Mechanic at age 15 at the local track in hometown Cuernavaca in order to make enough money to buy his first go-kart and started racing. Since then, it has been a non stop battle. With a Dual nationality Mexican and French, Diego speaks four language fluently in English, Spanish, French, and Italian. Diego is the Factory driver for Volkswagen in Mexico and is the CEO of D-Hobby Enterprise in Mexico.
Diego specializes in coach driving services expert with the media and television coverage and has participated in television publicity with nationwide exposure. Diego loves his GT Model GTR Racing Simulator
Born and raised in Montclair, New Jersey, David Porcelli was surrounded by cars since birth. With a grandfather living next door, who rebuilt luxury sports cars, a mother with a 1970’s roadster, and a father who maintained it, David was sure to pick up a wrench by the age of 3. By 5, his father had purchased David and his brother a used, go-kart to drive in the park across the street. David learned to drive stick shift by the age of 8 in the local A&P parking lot. Not able to follow the traditional and massively expensive route of carting, David would spend the next 10 years honing his skills in the park, and on simulators. By 15, David had raised enough money mowing lawns to buy himself his first car.
At age 21, having known he had wanted to race his whole life, David found the Skip Barber Indy Car Academy- a competition to give drivers with no professional racing experience a chance to prove they have what it takes to be a race car driver. In December 2014, David placed 2nd in the competition giving him funding and his first sponsors for his future racing career, starting with the 2015 Skip Barber Summer Series.
David is currently in the top 5 point standings for the SBRS summer series and frequently stands on the podium thanks to training on GTR simulators. He is also raising money and acquiring sponsors to continue formula racing next year.
Andrew began his racing career in 2014 in the super fast modified division. This class is a premier division typically secured by veterans of the sport. In his first season, Andrew quickly attracted attention for speed and awareness on the track, earning him respect from his peers.
Ryan started racing when he is 7. Now driver, Ryan Krachun, will be racing the Ford Focus Midget USAC Series in 2012. He is 13 years old and the youngest driver in the series. In 2011, he finished another winning season with 5 USAC Championships. He is highly marketable and is now in love with his GTS-F model of the GTR Racing Simulator.