Julia is lucky to be able to collaborate with some of the best minds in the racing community, working together to better the sport every day. Find out more below!
Dr. David P. Ferguson earned his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, Master’s 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.
Dr. David Ferguson was Julia’s mentor for her doctoral thesis project on concussion management in motorsports. Julia and Dr. Ferguson continue to work together to help racers perform at their best and keep them safe. If you are interested in Dr. Ferguson’s work, visit his website at http://education.msu.edu/kin/smpl/.
Barriers that Save More than Lives
Impact Safety Systems (ISS) was founded in 2000 for the express purpose of setting new standards in barrier protection. ISS is dedicated to providing safety barrier systems that are easier to install, faster to repair, 100% flexible and adjustable, ruggedized for better durability, completely customizable, more economical, and – most of all – safer than any other barricade available.
Using the right barrier can be instrumental in preventing concussion and other injuries. Impact Safety Systems is dedicated to evoking changes in safety and advocates for improved driver protection to prevent concussions and casualties.
Race Craft 1 specializes in formal instruction and driver development for professional racers and engineers, developing-youth drivers, and motorsports enthusiasts through a professional training program custom-tailored specifically to each client's experience level and personal goals. Our primary tools for instruction away from the track include professional simulators of our own design.
Not only is Race Craft 1 a great tool to improve driving ability, but they are available to run driving simulator sessions as part of the post-concussion “return to race” protocol if you do not have a simulator at home. To learn more, visit racecraft1.com.