Wikipedia: Daniel Morad
The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Daniel Morad page on 9 July 2020, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Daniel Morad is a Canadian racecar driver. He is notable for winning the 2007 American Formula BMW championship and the 2010 World Championship in the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals in La Conca, Italy.
In 2016 Daniel Morad competed in the 12 Hours of Sebring driving the #24 Alegra Motorsports InSync Riley/BMW Daytona Prototype. He brought the team up to 3rd place overall, just past the halfway point of the race in difficult conditions. Unfortunately, shortly after Morad jumped out of the car, the team ran into some trouble on track with slower traffic and then some electrical issues.
In 2017 he competed full time in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with Alegra Motorsport driving the #28 Porsche 991 GT3 R. He won the Rolex 24 at Daytona in the GTD category for Alegra Motorsports together with Carlos de Quesada, Jesse Lazare, Michael de Quesada and Michael Christensen and finished 9th in the GTD drivers Championship.
In 2018 he drove two IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship races with two different teams. He competed in the 2018 Sahlen's six hours of the Glen driving the #71 Mercedes-AMG GT3 for P1 Motorsports with Loris Spinelli and JC Perez. They retired after 48 laps. He also drove the #29 Audi R8 LMS with Kelvin van der Linde and Christopher Mies for Montaplast by Land Motorsport at the 2018 Petit le mans, finishing the race 26th overall and 6th in class.
In 2019 he competed in the Michelin Endurance Cup with Montaplast by Land Motorsport scoring a best finish of 19th overall and 2nd in class at the 2019 Petit le mans.
In 2020 he competed in the Rolex 24 at Daytona for WRT Speedstar Audi Sport driving the #88 Audi R8 LMS GT3 with Rolf Ineichen, Mirko Bortolotti and Dries Vanthoor. They ended up finishing 20th overall and 3rd in class.
|9 May 2017||Incredible week of Daniel Morad makes him a PWC SprintX Winner and a favorite coming to his home track, CTMP, on May 19-21||Tom Blattler, Pirelli World Challenge|
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