Name: Daniel Brown
Date of birth: 05/07/1991
Residence: Essex, UK
Profession: Racing Driver, Sales at
Brown & Geeson, Driver Coach
Hobbies: Cycling, Running and Swimming
Education: First Class Honours Business
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Daniel Brown has a successful racing history starting at the age of 12 in Rotax MiniMax, finishing
3rd for 2004 and 2nd for 2005 at Lydd International Raceway. Daniel moved to the very competitive series of T-Cars at the age of 14. The sheer pace of the T-Car's fuelled Daniel's passion for Motorsport, which drove Daniel to finishing 2007 as T-Car Champion. In 2008, Daniel competed in the FPA Championship, with a proven record of Pole Positions - Race Wins - Fastest laps, Daniel caused a stir in the Formula Palmer Audi 2008 Championship. Daniel finished 8th, and highest placed rookie, but left the championship looking for something different. 2009 brought a new challenge in the form of GT racing, Daniel competed in the Avon Tyres British
GT Championship for Rollcentre Racing. With a double victory on his debut weekend, Daniel immediately made his mark in the Sportscar world. In 2010, Daniel returned to the British GT series at the wheel of a Ferrari 430 Scuderia. Brown teamed up with rapid veteran Chris Hyman in a car backed by fuel additive brand STP, Daniel achieved a number of successes throughout the season and became recognised by the BRDC as a Rising Star of UK motorsport. For 2011, Daniel teamed up with Glynn Geddie in the FIA GT3 European Championship, driving for leading Italian squad AF Corse in a Ferrari 458 GT3. During 2011, Daniel was recognised for his driving talents and successes at a high level, and became one of the youngest, full members of the BRDC. Daniel is well-known for his driving talents and continued through the ranks of GT racing
by moving into the Blancpain Endurance Series for 2012. He again teamed up with the leading Italian team, AF Corse in Ferrari 458 GT3 and took part in the famous 24 Hours of Spa. 2013 saw Daniel drive in a number of championships across Europe, in both modern and classic machinery. He was a contender for the British GT title up until the final race weekend and ended up finishing 6th overall in the championship. Daniel continued with his historic racing commitments throughout 2014, with a highlight of finishing 2nd in the Spa Six Hours in a 1964 Ford Falcon Sprint. In modern racing, Daniel made the exciting step up into the European Le Mans Series with Gulf Racing in an Aston Martin Vantage GTE. Keep up to date with all the latest news here, or follow Daniel via Twitter to get an insight into his life on a daily basis.