Held at the famous Daytona Beach Speedway, the Rolex 24 at Daytona use some of the
NASCAR oval and part of the infield to make this Grand-Am season opener the one to win.

An official test day is held in early January followed by the race at the end of January.

Two classes compete - the faster Daytona Prototypes and the GT Cars. See Dom's Circuit Secrets...

A five race championship held within the EU for four Sportscar categories: P1 & P2, the prototypes, plus GT1 & GT2, racing derivatives of production based cars such as the Ferrari 430, Porsche 997, Aston Martin Vantage and Jaguar XKR.

In 2010 two night races exist – Hungaroring and Algarve. The season opener at the Paul Ricard Circuit, owned by Bernie Ecclestone, will host an 8 Hour race. The rest are 6 Hour / 1000km each.

A series of endurance races for GT cars held in Germany.

In order to compete in the season highlight, the 24 Hours of Nürburgring, competitors must race two earlier events to help organisers assess starting positions for the Nordscliffe race.

The biggie! The 22.8km Nordschleife + 7.7km Südschleife = 28km, (89 lefthanders, 84 righthanders) is the greatest track in the world and everyone wnats to win this event.

It has been won the last three years by Manthay Racing, in a Porsche 997 GT3 RSR. Dominik will be rolling out a secret weapon for the event, a Porsche at that...stay tuned!

Read the facts about Nordscliffe...

Whilst the 24 Hours of Nürburgring represents the toughest event from a corner to corner perspective, the 24 Hours of Le Mans is the greatest race in the world bar none.

The event is only by invitation, with class winners from various Le Mans Series and FIA GT races around the globe obtaining an automatic entry. The remaining dozen or less spots are allocated by the ACO, the event governing body.

Dominik will race two long distance event this year, with Scott Sharp's new Ferrari Team, Patron Extreme Speed.

The Sebring 12 Hour is a hot and hard event, held in Florida, to open the season, whilst the closer is the exciting and undulating Road America circuit, in Braselton Georgia. Both circuits are owned by Don Panoz, who also owns the American Le Mans Series.