19 Jan Danniel Goldburg Looking Forward to Promoting Florida Green Building in 2023
Daniel Goldburg, who already competed several seasons in the LMP3 prototype category in the IMSA WeatherTech Championship as well as the Prototype Challenge Championship, has joined JDC MotorSports for the 2023 season in the new sprint format VP Racing SportsCar Challenge LMP3 class category.
The Minnesota-based team will field one Duqueine D08 LMP3 for Dan in all rounds of the six-event, 12-race schedule for the inaugural season of the IMSA VP Racing SportsCar Challenge – featuring LMP3 prototypes and GT4 machinery running together for the first time under the new format, with backing from CSCI as the program’s main commercial partner and raising awareness for the Florida Green Building Coalition.
His car will display the FGBC logo throughout the race season. The veteran driver will also include FGBC in marketing and media opportunities.
“I am really excited to join JDC MotorSports for the 2023 season and kick off this new VP Racing SportsCar Challenge. In a way it’s kind of going back to my roots as the 45-minute sprint format is more like my club racing days. It’s just me driving, no pit stops, and it’s just flat out for the 45 min… go go go! We’ve got the GT4 cars in the GSX class to work around, but in the past few years I’ve had some of my best passes in Weathertech using GT traffic to aid me, so I look forward to putting that experience to use this year.” said Daniel.
About Florida Green Building Coalition
The non-profit Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) is the state’s leading certifier of green homes, buildings, communities, and local governments. In 2000 FGBC brought together industry professionals from the construction, government, academic and research communities to create green standards tailored specifically to Florida. To date it has certified over 29,000 residential, commercial, high-rise, land developments and local governments participating in its certification programs. FGBC certification programs are the only standards developed with state specific criteria to address Florida’s hot-humid environment, climate, distinctive topography, unique geology, resiliency, and natural disasters.
For more information, please visit: www.floridagreenbuilding.org.