Dan Marvin

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Dan Marvin is a former American racing driver.

Marvin primarily competed in CASC North American Atlantic Championship competition from 1981 to 1983 and then won the WCAR Formula Atlantic title in 1984.[1] He also drove in the SCCA Single-seater Can-Am Series and later drove in IMSA Camel Lights, winning several class victories in 1992 (including the 24 Hours of Daytona where they were fifth overall) with teammate Parker Johnstone[2] and finishing third in 1993 for Comptech Racing.

Marvin competed in the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1989 for Huffaker Racing[3] in a Pontiac powered Spice and again in 1993 for Comptech Racing in their Acura-powered Spice.[4] He returned to the race in 1997 driving a Prototype Technology Group BMW M3 in the GTS3 class.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ WCAR Formula Atlantic 1984, OldRacingCars.com, Retrieved 2014-12-03
  2. ^ Daytona 24 Hours 1992, Racing Sports Cars, Retrieved 2012-02-08
  3. ^ Daytona 24 Hours 1989, Racing Sports Cars, Retrieved 2012-02-08
  4. ^ Daytona 24 Hours 1993, Racing Sports Cars, Retrieved 2012-02-08
  5. ^ Dan Marvin, Racing Sports Cars, Retrieved 2012-02-08

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