Tag: Professional Racecar Driver

IMSA Set For July 4th Race At Daytona International Speedway

In a series of video conferences with stakeholders earlier today, IMSA revealed its plans to return to racing this summer with a revised 2020 calendar for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge. The WeatherTech Championship will return July 4 at Daytona International Speedway. This Fourth

Aschenbach, Robinson Kick Off Riley Motorsports Relationship With IMSA Encore Win

It was a big day for Riley Motorsports in the GT classes at Sunday’s Encore. The team’s two entries won in their respective classes – the No. 74 Mercedes-AMG GT3 of Lawson Aschenbach and Gar Robinson and the No. 35 Mercedes-AMG GT4 of Dylan Murry and Jim Cox. Read the

Aschenbach Ascends To Career Best Finish And Leads The Way For JDM At Charlotte Roval

The NASCAR Xfinity Series raced at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s “Roval” course this weekend for the tour’s final road course race of 2019. The JD Motorsports with Gary Keller driver lineup included road course ringer Lawson Aschenbach in the No. 0 Chevrolet, Garrett Smithley in the No. 4 Contec Chevrolet, Stephen

Aschenbach, Robinson Team With Riley Motorsports For 2020 IMSA WeatherTech Championship

Rising talent Gar Robinson and sports car champion Lawson Aschenbach will move to the Riley Motorsports team in 2020 and drive the No. 74 Mercedes-AMG GT3 entry. With Riley Motorsports veterans Ben Keating and Jeroen Bleekemolen headed to the FIA World Endurance Championship, a prime opening in IMSA’s GT Daytona category

Aschenbach, Robinson Team Up With Lone Star Racing For IMSA Sprint Season

Texans Lone Star Racing and Gar Robinson have announced a five-race campaign in the IMSA GT Daytona (GTD) Sprint Cup series that will see two-time Trans Am Champion Robinson co-drive the No. 74 Lone Star Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3 with top GT driver Lawson Aschenbach. Racing with the support of ACS

Managing Stress With Policies And Procedures by Lawson Aschenbach

“Mr. Policies and Procedures” My wife coined the phrase for me some years ago, as I was always creating systems for daily life. From morning supplementation and nighttime wind-down routines to filing documents, I have a procedure for almost everything. Crazy? Maybe. Funny. Well, sadly, yes.  But, in the end,

Read Before You Purchase Supplements!

Let me paint a scene here. You’re walking down the supplement aisle in the grocery store and looking for a specific vitamin, that you read about on Facebook, to help you sleep. You scan the shelves until you find the particular brand mentioned, but then you see thirty other similar