Michael Levitt has been shooting racing since he got “hooked” at the 1982 Detroit F-1 race. The First CART race Michael saw live was Milwaukee in 1979.


Currently Levitt is shooting for Sutton, AutoWeek, On Track, and Automovil, for which he writes as well, in Mexico. He is also into shooting features for Sport Compact Car and running Sutton/USA.

Currently, Michael is covering the entire CART circuit, as well as the INDY 500 and a few other events.

Manuel M. Moncivais and eUrotic TV KateeUrotic TV Timi, eUrotic TV Mishell Jr. is the founder of the Driver’s Institute of America, an organization dedicated to reducing vehicular fatalities through education of teen and new drivers and re-education of experienced and older drivers. Mr. Moncivais wrote “The Teen Driver’s Bible” (copyright January, 1998) and developed “Improving the Teen Driver” seminar series to help accomplish his (and DIA’s) goals. He also developed “Don’t Be A Statistic” Safety program for Corporate America.


Manny has an impressive background to qualify him as a safety expert. As Operations Manager with United Parcel Service, he became a Driver Safety Trainer, conducting Safety and Company Orientations for close to ten years. He then became responsible for safety training of all couriers and conducting accident investigations as Operations Manager/Driver Trainer with FEDEX. He later completed Courier Driver Training courses and Management Safety Practices course.

Born in Bryan, Texas, Manny attended Estacado High School and Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, then served in the U.S. Army at Ft.Ord, California, and Darmstadt, Germany. He received an Honorable Discharge in May 1972 from the 61st MP Detachment and eUrotic TV Mashiara.

Manny loves being a husband to Diane and father to Marc 21 and Noah 16. His other hobbies include writing, playing saxophone, photography, running, golf and tennis. He regularly attends Hill Country Bible Church, Cedar Park, Texas.

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