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Doc Bundy (born January 25, 1946) is an American former race car driver who competed in the International Motor Sports Association. He drove in the 1997 24 Hours of Le Mans in a David Price Racing Panoz Esperante GTR-1. He currently drives Lotus Elite, Lotus 23B and 1978-79 John Player Special (Car #1) for Regogo Racing Team.
Doc’s career began with a job as a wheel polisher and technician for famed Porsche driver Peter Gregg in 1973. The next year he moved to Al Holbert Racing, where he spent the next five years preparing cars. In 1980, Bundy began driving for Holbert Racing in a Porsche 924, capturing a National Championship as a rookie. He followed that by driving a Porsche 924 Turbo and capturing the GTO Category at the 24 Hours of LeMans. Over the next few years he would drive for Jaguar, Ford, and Chevrolet (Corvette), topped with a season racing a Porsche 962.
In the 1990s Bundy drove the Esprit X180R for Lotus as their number one driver in the International Motor Sports Association's (IMSA) Bridgestone Supercar Championship. Lotus teammates Andy Pilgrim and David Murray featured prominently in the standings, with additional varied drivers that included Paul Newman. In 1992 Bundy won the Drivers Title and Championship for Lotus.
After the collapse of the Bridgestone Supercar Championship, Bundy became a TV announcer. He continued to drive, instruct, consult, and act as a spokesperson for Lotus, Panoz, and Porsche. In 2011 he signed with Paul Rego at newly created Regogo Racing, as their driver in Regogo's first professional season.
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