"Multi-time champion to coach up-and-coming pilots"
Article By: Race Tech Development
Photo By: INTL-KartingMedia.com
April 2, 2013 - One of North America's most talented karting drivers is set to help up-and-coming drivers hone their skills behind the wheel of a kart. With experience on the regional, national and international stage as well as major race wins and championships on his resume, Orlando, Florida-based Danny Formal is now available for hire for events throughout North America.
"Karting is a passion of mine and when I am not driving, I still like to be at the track," explained Formal. "Coaching and helping younger drivers gain the skills they need to be champions is something that I have looked forward to do for quite sometime. Also, as a driver, I can be on track with my student and help elevate their race craft even faster."
Fully trained in data analysis, Formal will be able to help in all aspects of kart and driver development. Working with drivers to improve their skills, working with tuners to perfect kart setup and analyzing everything via data acquisition, Formal is looking to offer the complete package.
The three-time United States Rotax National Champion and two-time Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals Team USA member is available immediately for events throughout North America.
Formal continued, "I am willing to travel and help future champions anywhere in the United States and on any brand of chassis. In the past, I have helped coach Kyle Kirkwood for almost four seasons and Mexican driver Javier Gonsalez."
For more information on Daniel Formal and the services that he will provide, please contact Danny at 561.779.2097 or via e-mail to Danio37@live.net .
For more information on Advanced Karting and DDF Racing Engines, please contact Donald Formal at 561.718.6840 or visit them online at www.AdvancedKarting.com.
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