Dr. David P. Ferguson earned his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, Masters Degree from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, PhD from Texas A&M University and has postdoctoral training in cardiovascular physiology, nutrition and pediatrics from Baylor College of Medicine. He has worked in racing for over ten years with the top teams in NASCAR, IndyCar, Formula 1, and IMSA.
Sam earned his Bachelor's degree from Hope College and is a second year Masters Student studying Exercise Physiology. His current project investigates the fitness differences between professional and amature race car drivers in the IMSA sports car series.
Dan earned his Bachelor's degree from Ohio Northern Universtiy. He is currently a second year Masters Student studying Strength and Conditioning and is investigating methods to improve safety in race car design in order to maximize driver performance.
Montana earned her Bachelor's degree from Michigan State Unveristy and is a second years Masters Student studying Exercise Physiology. Her project focuses on comparing male and female race car drivers' physiological responses to racing.