Dennis Macchio

DennisName: Dennis Macchio

Born: November 10,1952

Favorite Movie: LeMans

Favorite Book: The Road To Serfdom, Frederick Von Hayak

Other Hobbies include Harleys, Kayaking, Guitars

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Education:

  • B.A. Economics, Long Island University, 1974
  • M.A. Economics, New School For Social Research, 1978
  • Specialty in Probability Theory

 

Driver Education Programs Taught:

  • Track One Driving School, Bridgehampton, NY
    • One on One Racing School Programs
    • Highway Driving and Accident Avoidance Programs
    • Anti Terrorist Driving Program
  • Bertil Roos Racing School
    • All Racing School Programs
    • Precision Highway Driving Program
    • Performance Driving Clinic
    • Instructor Education Clinic
    • One on one coaching

 

Racing Career:

  • Skip Barber National FF Series 1983-1985
  • SCCA Nationals FF 1986-1991
    • Multiple Wins
    • NEDIV Title
    • 5 Track Records- Bridgehampton, Roebling Road, Charlotte, Bryar, Rockingham
  • US Pro Formula Ford, 1989-1990
    • Multiple Wins
    • Champion 1990
  • IMSA Firehawk Series 1989-1991
    • Factory Driver Peugeot
  • IMSA Firehawk Series, 1991-1993
    • RPM Olds Quad 4 Team
  • SCCA Formula Continental 1991-2002
    • Multiple Wins
    • NEDIV Title 1993,1994
    • SEDIV Title 1996
    • 4 Track Records, Bridgehampton, Roebling Road, Watkins Glen, Charlotte
  • US Pro FF 2000, 1994-1996, 2002
  • American Road Racing Championships, 1999-2000
    • FC Title, 1999
  • SVRA – Vintage FF Racing, 2004

 

Business Career:

  • Director of Marketing Research, Morton Research Corp., (1976-1978)
  • Director of Marketing Research, Find/SVP of New York, 1978
  • Founder & CEO, Business Trend Analysts, Inc. of New York 1979-Present
  • Founder & CEO, Hot Shoe Racing, NY, 1986-Present
    • Racetrack Management
    • Race Team Consultation
    • Driver Development
  • Owner & CEO, Bertil Roos Racing School, Blakeslee, PA, 1999-Present
  • Lecturer in Economics, Long Island University, 1979-1991
  • Guest Lecturer in Economics, London School of Economics, 1989