Sean Wrona, Webmaster of race-database.com, earned his master's in applied statistics from Cornell University in 2008 and a bachelor's in economics also from Cornell in 2007. He started this site because of the surprising lack of statistical references across different disciplines of motorsport. In addition to this site, he has written for Motorsports Analytics and StockCarReview, compiled a statistical column for the now defunct HK's RaceDay site, and founded the Pace Car Challenge (PCC) game at age fifteen, which still exists on the Motor Racing Network forum. Outside of racing, he is an accomplished competitive typist, having won the inaugural Ultimate Typing Championship at the South by Southwest Interactive Conference in Austin, Texas, the Intersteno Internet contest in the mother tongue category in 2010 and 2011, and the multilingual contest in 2011 and 2012. He is hosting a statistical database derived from the TypeRacer API at http://www.seanwrona.com/typeracer/. Additionally, he is the current ratings compiler and former statistician of the Mensa Scrabble-by-Mail SIG and is an intermediate-rated tournament player. You can contact him at email@example.com.
Nathan de Rover, an AutoCAD tech from Chicago, provided the initial version of the all-racing schedule that has become a regular feature on this website. He posts on a common message board with Wrona and is renowned for probably following more racing series actively than any of the other members there.
Dan Therre, Wrona's high school classmate, designed the new logo that was introduced in January 2012.© 2007-2013 Sean Wrona