SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif., November 11, 2018 – The problem with racing season is that there’s seldom time to do anything other than prepare the cars, go to the track, race, spend time with friends and family trackside, tow home, and then do it all over again.  Not that there’s anything wrong with any of that, but, as the saying goes, you gotta pay the bills.  In preparation for the 2019 racing season, Robert Davis Racing (RDR) is debuting a new-look website, which can be found at

 “It used to be easy – build a car, head to the track, go racing – but RDR is growing and expanding, and I wanted to find a new way to be able to share who we are and what we do with a new generation of fans,” said Robert Davis, team principal.  “In the same way we do everything at the team, the project had a leader – Tim Barnes – but wouldn’t have come together without everyone on the team having a role to play.  RDR really is a family, and this is our new family meeting place.”

 As Robert Davis Racing has grown from a two-car team with five members to a 10-plus car team with more than 40 members, running sprint and endurance races, supporting radio-controlled car racing, competitive archery and even mixed martial arts, the team needed a newer, easier to use, more modern way to communicate with fans and partners.  The new website is optimized for use on both desktop and mobile systems, and invites users to explore the team members, view images from different series and tracks, and even pick a race that they’d like to come out and join in the fun.

The new site is easy to use, with dedicated tabs for the team members, a detailed photo gallery, a regularly updated calendar with race weekends and special events, a compilation of press releases and important notices, and an easy-to-use way to contact the webmaster and ask for more information.

While the new is a path to the future, one thing has never changed: team over individual, always be a student, act like a champion, and your brightest moments are when you face the grimmest circumstances with a team behind you.



About RDR:  RDR has been a dominant force on the west coast in Club Racing, winning multiple regional, divisional and national titles.  For 2019, RDR will continue to concentrate on endurance races in its Mazda RX-8 in the E2 class, first- and second-generation Mazda Miatas in Spec Miata competition, and a 1978 Mazda RX-3 and 1979 Mazda RX-7 in vintage racing.


RDR appreciates the support of Mother’s Polishes Waxes Cleaners, Hoosier Racing Tires,  Mazda Motorsports, Hawk Brakes, AWR, Classy Car Auto Detailing, Sparco, and Toyo Tires.

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