Daniel McKenzie gives his verdict on changes that have seen this year’s Formula One cars prove themselves faster and more challenging to drive – with aerodynamics and bodywork among the key changes.
In this website exclusive, Daniel takes us behind the scenes for the season-ending Estoril ELMS round, and talks about how his team JMW Motorsport upset the odds with every podium they earn.
Another race, another podium – at first glance, the French round of the European Le Mans Series looked like ‘business as usual’ for Daniel and his JMW Motorsports team-mates. But earning the champagne celebration at the Circuit Paul Ricard was not as simple as it appeared, as Daniel explains in this website exclusive.
Daniel McKenzie and the JMW Motorsport team earned their second consecutive podium in the blazing heat of Austria’s Red Bull Ring, putting themselves right in the mix for the European Le Mans Series championship.
Daniel McKenzie’s first visit to historic Imola also earned him his first sports car podium as his JMW Motorsport squad brought their Ferrari F458 Italia home third in class and ninth overall.
A fifth in class finish in the European Le Mans Series opener saw Daniel McKenzie leave Silverstone hopeful for the future despite a result that failed to reflect the team’s pace.
Former Blancpain Endurance driver Daniel McKenzie is stepping up to the European Le Mans Series after signing a deal with championship winning team JMW Motorsport.
This year saw Daniel move from into the world of GT racing, competing in the Blancpain Endurance Series for Beechdean AMR. Here you can re-live his season in his own words.
A 24-hour endurance race tests teams, cars and drivers to the extreme. In this website exclusive, Daniel gives the low-down on what it’s like to race all day and all of the night.
Daniel’s first-ever 24-hour race saw his Beechdean Aston Martin team qualify on pole, lose 30 laps to a sudden mechanical failure, then soldier on through the night to achieve a hard-earned top 10 in their class.