Chief Driving Instructor
Hurley brings experience and panache to the world of road racing, which is one reason he has often appeared in ads for Rolex and Porsche. More than just an image, Hurley's racing background speaks for itself. He is perhaps the world's most accomplished endurance-racing driver and has amassed an astounding number of wins in this most intense form of motorsport. Five wins at the 24 Hours of Daytona, three at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and two at the 12 Hours of Sebring are just a few of the most impressive statistics from Hurley's venerable career. In 1988, he also accomplished the astounding feat of winning a Trans-Am championship behind the wheel of a four-wheel drive sedan from a rookie team. Currently Hurley is involved with the Brumos Racing team's Daytona Prototype, developed for the top class in the Grand Am Rolex series. In 2005, Hurley was inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame. This incredible amount of experience, coupled with a lifelong Porsche affiliation, makes Hurley Haywood the ideal Chief Instructor for the Porsche Sport Driving School.