Drive has two full teams at this year’s Rolex 24 at Daytona. We are doing video
Drive Shooting at 2011 Rolex24
and social media work for Level 5’s two car entry (#55 and #95) and the United Autosports #23 car. Throughout the weekend we will be posting video and social media on multiple sites across the web. Race starts at 3:30 EST today and ends at 3:30 EST on Sunday. Check for updates at http://www.level5motorsports.com and http://www.unitedautosports.com – both sites will be updated frequently throughout the weekend.
Tune in Sunday for the exciting national primetime television debut of “Daytona Dream,” the award-winning documentary film showcasing Level 5 Motorsports’ preparation and participation in the 2010 Rolex 24 At Daytona GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series race. The film will air on the Discovery Channel HD Theater Sunday, January 30, at 7 p.m. CT. The broadcast coincides with the 2011 running of the prestigious Rolex 24, which will be held January 29-30 at Daytona International Speedway.
The unique and compelling film immerses its audience deep inside the tumultuous, unpredictable and thrill-a-minute world of road racing. Drive Motion Pictures’ team of cinematic professionals followed every step of the journey with state-of-the-art equipment and unwavering journalistic savvy. The filmmakers take their audience into the pits, into the cockpit and into the psyches of the extraordinary and passionate men who live to race–and race to live.
“Daytona Dream” received the Award of Merit from The Indie Fest, which recognizes filmmakers who produce fresh, outstanding and compelling documentaries. The film also has been featured by the Clearwater Film Festival, the Orlando Film Festival and the Carmel Art & Film Festival.
Jason Priestley narrates the feature that follows team owner-driver Scott Tucker’s masterful efforts to assemble a dream team of elite race car drivers bent on winning one of endurance racing’s most prestigious events.
View the film’s website and trailer at http://www.daytonadream.com.