went to work for a Mazda dealer where they built a
rotary drag race car. He had been involved in drag
racing since high school.
1973: Daryl built his first engine for a road racing
application - IMSA RS. He stayed involved in RS
until the early 1980's as a car owner and commercial
1980: Daryl struck a deal with Mazda to build a
Mazda RX-7 for SCCA C production, later to become a
GT-2 car, with Bob Reed driving, which resulted in
two national championships.
1980-'87: Daryl continued commercial engine building
for competitors in SCCA, IMSA RS, GTU and a Pro
Rally project with Heindrik Blok.
1987-'89: Daryl did the engine project for the
Mickey Thompson off road trucks, which resulted in
one driver's championship. Daryl was still involved
in SCCA and IMSA as an engine builder.
In 1989 Daryl also worked with Overton Autosports on
their two car IMSA GTU project.
1990-present: Daryl brought a refocus of efforts to
SCCA club racing with involvement in GT-2, GT-3,
CSR, FA, and E-Production.