Doran Enterprises is a multi-faceted company with a superlative record of excellence on and off the track and a proven history of excellent return for its motorsports marketing partners and customers.
Unveiled at the beginning of the 2003 season, a DORAN JE4 won both the team and the driver championships in GRAND-AM, immediately showcasing the excellence that is Doran Enterprises' hallmark. A DORAN JE4 also became the first Daytona Prototype to win the Rolex 24 At Daytona when Bell Motorsports' DORAN JE4 won that event in 2004 and the Doran-Lista DORAN JE4 finished second in the Daytona Prototype class in this prestigious event.
Doran Racing has prepared and fielded race cars in a wide variety of series for many years, and is legendary for the many championships and events it has won in endurance sports car racing.
Under Kevin Doran's direction, victories were attained in the Rolex 24 At Daytona in both 1998 (the MOMO Ferrari) and 2002 (the Doran-Lista Dallara Judd). The team's lead driver in 2002, Didier Theys, won GRAND-AM's driver championship that year, while Doran-Lista Racing finished second in the team standings for the third consecutive year.
The Doran Racing-prepared MOMO Ferrari was the first and only team in U.S. history to win the Rolex 24 At Daytona, the 12 Hours of Sebring and the Watkins Glen Six-Hour race in the same year (1998).
For the 2012 Rolex 24 At Daytona, Doran Racing will field a Ford/Dallara with drivers Burt and Brian Frisselle Jim Lowe, and open-wheel standout Paul Tracy.