About Track Days
James Lavitola and Brian Pitt are looking to create a new movie called, “Track Days.” They are asking the Sharks to invest $5,000,000 in the production of their movie in exchange for 34% equity.
James and Brian claim that professional motorcycle racing is the second most watched sport in the world. They play video clips with no acting, and only text and sound effects. They had motorcycle sound tracks, and no actual film of any bikes.
James and Brian have not written a script before coming into the Shark Tank. They claim that they are educating the Sharks on a new way of producing films. They have no actors.
Daymond John said he was an executive producer on “The Crow.” it took forever to get his money back.
Track Days creators James and Brian claim that when they put an actor in, they will get the audience. They claim they have a story, but not a script.
Track Days Episode Data
- Company: Track Days
- Entrepreneurs: James Lavitola and Brian Pitt
- Ask: $5,000,000 for 34% equity
- Episode Season 4 Episode 424
- Companies in this episode:
- Mark Cuban
- Daymond John
- Kevin O'Leary
- Barbara Corcoran
- Robert Herjavec
- First Aired: 05/09/2013
- Deal: No Deal
What do the Shark Tank Investors say about Track Days?
- Mark Cuban – Goes out as soon as he hears the pitch is for a full-length feature film.
- Daymond John – previously went in as an executive producer and goes out due to that experience..
- Kevin O'Leary – says that doing this movie is a horrible idea. He is out.
- Barbara Corcoran – won't let her son ride motorcycle, so there is no way she is going to produce a movie about motorcycles. She is out.
- Robert Herjavec – claims that motorcycle racing lacks the audience in the United States. He is out.
Track Days after Shark Tank
There is no movie, and the website leads to a spam/potential virus site. ABC needs to remove the link from their website so that it does not infect computers from Shark Tank fans following the link.