Dempsey Racing
May 13

Dempsey Racing set to return to 24 Hours of Le Mans

The Dempsey Del Piero-Proton Porsche of Patrick Dempsey, Patrick Long and Joe Foster drives during the Le Mans 24 Hour race at the Circuit de la Sarthe on June 22, 2013 in Le Mans, France. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Dempsey Del Piero-Proton Porsche of Patrick Dempsey, Patrick Long and Joe Foster drives during the Le Mans 24 Hour race at the Circuit de la Sarthe on June 22, 2013. (Photo: Getty Images)

For the second straight year, Patrick Dempsey, Joe Foster and Patrick Long will be behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dempsey Racing-Proton Porsche 911 RSR in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The all-American trio led the GTE-AM class in the 2013, and came close to finishing on the class podium, crossing the line in fourth place.

Oct 22

SportsCars: Dempsey Racing Continues With Porsche Program, Expands In 2014-15

SportsCars: Dempsey Racing Continues With Porsche Program, Expands In 2014

The race competition programs of Patrick Dempsey and Dempsey Racing will continue with Porsche the next two years. (Photo: John Dagys)

After completing their initial season together with a podium result at this past weekend’s Petit Le Mans in the No. 27 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, Patrick Dempsey’s and Dempsey Racing’s race competition programs will continue with Porsche the next two years in an expanded and formalized promotional and brand cooperation relationship.

Aug 27

EXCLUSIVE: Patrick Dempsey, Tully’s Michael Avenatti Part Ways

 

Patrick Dempsey, Tully's Michael Avenatti Part Ways

Photo: John Dagys

Dempsey Del Piero Racing could have a slightly different look this weekend at Baltimore, as SPEED.com has learned that Patrick Dempsey and business/racing partner Michael Avenatti have parted ways, effective immediately.

The Hollywood actor/racer, who is in the spotlight this week for the debut of his new four-part “Patrick Dempsey: Racing Le Mans” TV documentary, has severed ties with Avenatti, whose company had purchased the bankrupt Tully’s Coffee in January.

Aug 20

Grand-Am Driver Passes Away

Photo Credit: Brian Cleary/GRAND-AM

Photo Credit: Brian Cleary/GRAND-AM

Roger Miller, the son of the late founder of Miller Motorsports Park, Larry H. Miller, died Sunday at the age of 45. The unexpected death of Miller, announced today by his family, came just hours after competing in Saturday’s GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race at Kansas Speedway.

Miller, who was in his third year of GRAND-AM competition, teamed with Ian James for a 11th place finish in the GS class aboard their Dempsey Racing-prepared Ford Mustang last weekend.

The cause of death has not been released at this time.