Brandon Fry Becomes Online Instructor

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Brandon Fry has become the latest instructor for the Road Racing Drivers Club’s celebrated www.SAFEisFAST.com website. The highly acclaimed engineer, who has worked in categories including Grand-Am, Champ Car, INDYCAR and the American Le Mans Series, will be available to answer questions on a wide variety of mechanical topics.

Fry currently oversees on-track vehicle configuration, simulation programming and communication with suppliers for ALMS team Muscle Milk Pickett Racing, whom he has worked for since 2010.

Fry will now join such famous names as Jenson Button, Dario Franchitti and Alex Wurz among others as the latest online instructor for the website who aim to help elite up-and-coming drivers. He said: “It is with great pleasure that I accepted this opportunity to be one of the online instructors for the SAFEisFAST.com website. I’m honoured to be part of this line-up of instructors and to also be the first to offer advice from an engineering perspective.

He continued: “I think SAFEisFAST is a great, unequalled initiative set forth by the RRDC that offers such a wealth of information. I look forward to answering questions and adding to the data that can already be found on their website.

Since the not-for-profit website was set-up it has been viewed a staggering 188,000 times by visitors from 130 different countries. Also on the website are tutorials on safety, fitness, mental skills, race craft, career development, sponsorship, marketing and more in order to assist in advancing the careers of young racing drivers.

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