Edd Davin

Born in Atlantic City N.J, Edd currently resides Virginia Beach, Virginia where the team is based. Davinís racing career began as a teenager winning on drag strip and on oval tracks. Looking for new challenges, and in an effort to advance his goals of racing professionally in the major league road racing Sports Car and Formula Car series, Edd switched to SCCA Road Racing and quickly progressed to the tough Formula 3 series in England and Europe. Back in the U.S., Davin scored several wins in the Professional SuperVee series and Formula Continental Championship, before moving to the exotic 200+MPH Prototype Sports Cars.

Edd has successfully competed in the top professional road racing series of North America, including: the Formula Atlantic Series, SuperVee Series, Formula Continental Championship, Trans Am Series, Can Am Series, IMSA GTP Championship, World Sports Car Championship, American Le Mans Series, and the Grand American Road Racing Championship.

A few of Eddís high lights include:

        57 career wins (so far and counting) in International, National and Regional Competition.

        A race finish record of over 95 percent (Edd brings the car across the finish line).

        A qualifying record of 100 percent (Edd has never failed to qualify for a race).

        Won the 1984 Formula Continental Championship and in 1985 finished second in the Formula Continental Championship.

        Designed and built the 1984 Championship-Winning car.

        Driver owner and builder of the first ever BMW powered World Sports Car to finish the Daytona 24 Hour Endurance Race. (1997)

        Edd and the Davin Racing team finish 8th in the World Sports Car Championship in 1997 the highest placed non-factory supported private race team.

        2018 finds Davin Racing and Edd Davin entered in the I.M.S.A. Weathertech Sportscar  Championship for the ultra sophisticated 200+MPH prototype sports cars, where he is determined to continue his winning ways.