We are proud of the company we keep. The Pros and the Ambassadors, the difference between an amateur and a professional, is in their habits. An amateur skips the learning process whenever possible, whereas a professional carefully discovers what is needed and fine-tunes it into a profession. A person’s approach to their craft says everything. Being the best in the world isn’t easy, first and foremost, when you’re exceeding 120MPH and thinking that your mind must be surpassing 120MPH to keep moving forward.

10-Tenths professional instructors and alumni list feature some of the fastest and most skilled GT and Indycar drivers globally. Johnny O’ Connell is the most successful GM factory racing driver from the United States. Winning four-times 24 Hours of Le Mans winners, 24 Hours of Daytona, and winning Pirelli World Challenge four-times and countless other titles, Arie Luyendyk is a two-time winner of the Indy 500, Ian James victory at LeMans- LMP2, and innumerable wins in GTLM.

  • Cooper MacNeil Ambassador
    Cooper MacNeil, 2x ALMS GTC Champion. 3x Ferrari Challenge Champion. 2x Sebring 12hr Winner. 2x Petit Le Mans Winner. 2019 SCCA T2 Champion. 2017 & 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans podium finisher (3rd place). 2019 COTA 24hr Overall Winner. 2018 Tour Auto Overall Winner.
    Cooper MacNeil (born September 7, 1992 in Hinsdale, Illinois) He currently competes in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship driving the No. 79 WeatherTech Racing/Proton Competition Porsche RSR. He is son of WeatherTech owner and car collector David MacNeil.
  • Adrian Fernandez Ambassador
    CART / IRL / LMP GTE Professional Race Car Driver
    Born in Mexico City, Fernández began his career by racing cars in 1982. From 1982 to 1984 Fernández competed in the Formula Vee Championship taking the title in ’83 and ’84. Fernández made the jump to the CART INDYCAR WORLD SERIES in 1993. He ran his first full CART season in 1994. Fernández joined Patrick Racing for the 1998 season and proved his ability to challenge for the championship.

    In 1999, his most successful season in the CART series. In 2005, he drove the No. 5 Lowe’s Chevrolet in Mexico for Hendrick Motorsports in the first NASCAR BUSCH SERIES race held outside the United States. In 2007, Fernández moved the team to the AMERICAN LE MANS SERIES LMP2 class as an ACURA factory team driver.

    Ian James was born in the United Kingdom on July 22nd, 1974. Ian always dreamed of being a Professional Race Car Driver and become one of the elite for Aston Martin Racing. In 2014 Ian finished 15th in the 2014 WeatherTech Championship GTD points, finishing second at Detroit, third at Sebring. Finished eighth in 2014 IMSA Continental Tire Challenge GS points for Dempsey • Miller Racing, winning Road Atlanta finale.

    In 2015 Ian finished fourth in 2015 GTD points, two wins (Sebring and Belle Isle) with co-driver Mario Farnbacher.

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