D’ORLANDO ENTERPRISES, LLC
DELLC is a Driver Management, Marketing, Event Planning, and Activation company with a specific focus on the amateur and professional motorsports industry. DELLC provides our clients with unique and remarkable motorsport-related experiences and opportunities to host networking, appreciation, and other events for their clients, vendors or partners to build stronger business relationships and grow visibility and/or awareness. Our B-to-B network provides our customers with additional opportunities to expand their business.
d’Orlando Enterprises LLC (“DELLC”) was originally formed in 2009 by Michael and Sherri d'Orlando to meet the ever-growing needs of their partners & sponsors supporting the development of their drivers, Michael & Nicholas. The d’Orlandos learned early in their careers that success in motorsport is not only dependent on the talent and success of the driver, but also depends on the success of building business relationships for partners and sponsors. Leveraging their expanding network and knowledge obtained over 15 years of racing experience, from regional, national and international karting to the USF Pro Championships and the NTT INDYCAR series, DELLC’s programs provide unique and incredible experiences at all levels of motorsport. Located in Hartsdale, New York, both d’Orlando pilots have extensive resumes to their credit including recent championship titles in each of 2021 and 2022 in formula cars.
About The Series
The USF Pro Championships is sanctioned by the United States Auto Club (USAC) and will compete in up to nine premier events in support of the NTT INDYCAR series. It’s the official driver development program for the NTT INDYCAR series. DELLC’s drivers, Michael and Nick, compete in two steps of the USF Pro Championships in the USF Pro 2000 and the USF 2000 series respectively. They are the first brothers to compete together in the history of the driver development program.
NTT INDYCAR SERIES
The IndyCar Series, currently known as the NTT IndyCar Series, is the highest class of regional North American open-wheel single-seater formula racing cars in the United States, which has been conducted under various sanctioning bodies since 1920. The series is self-sanctioned by its parent company, INDYCAR, LLC. Today, IndyCar is owned by Roger Penske via Penske Entertainment Corp. The series’ premier event is the Indianapolis 500, which was first held in 1911.