Team owner, driver
Robert Richard Dyson is founder and principal of Dyson Racing Team, one of the most successful in sports car racing history to date and the winner of 19 championships, 70 races, 69 pole positions and 215 podiums, including championships in ALMS, IMSA, USRRC, and Grand Am. Dyson started driving a Datsun 510 in club racing in 1974, winning the 1981 SCCA GT2 national championship. Turning professional in 1983, Dyson won four races overall as a driver during the height of the IMSA GTP era, including the 1997 24 Hours of DAYTONA. Dyson Racing Team drivers won the Porsche Cup North America four years consecutively (1985-88). Championships include The IMSA Drivers and Team Championship (1997-98); USRRC Drivers and Team Championship (1998-99); ALMS LMP900 championship (1999); Grand-Am Drivers and Team championships (2000-01); 2003 LMP675 Drivers and Team Championship; 2011 ALMS LMP1 Drivers and Team Championship. Dyson retired from driving in 2007 but remains the organization’s leader, supported by son Chris, who has won multiple championships for the team.
Frank Costin & Keith Duckworth (Cosworth)