IndyCar founder Tony George has been named the chairman of the board of Hulman & Co., the family firm that owns Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the IndyCar series.
IndyCar founder Tony George resigned Friday from the Hulman & Co. board of directors, citing a conflict of interest in his recent attempt to reacquire the series.
Former Indianapolis Motor Speedway CEO Tony George and his wife had tried unsuccessfully to sell their 12-acre wooded estate and now are planning to divide the land into a four-lot subdivision.
The Feb. 17 announcement that Terre Haute-based Hulman & Co. was expanding its board of directors from four to eight members could simply mean the company is looking for guidance from a broadened brain trust, or it could be a signal the company is at a significant crossroads.
Tony George, who was Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indy Racing League chairman until last June, was in China for several
days this month to
attend F1’s Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai April 18 at the invitation of F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone.
Faced with the need to save money, the six-member board of the IMS and IRL voted on May 26 to replace George.
The IndyCar Series’ new title sponsor brokered one wild element in its new deal. They’re putting a fan in front of the starting
grid of each race.
A management shake-up at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has some in the motorsports industry thinking major changes could
be on the horizon at the fabled race venue—maybe as soon as next year.
Indy Racing League founder Tony George dropped a bombshell in December when he told an industry group that he would shut down
the open-wheel series if it didn’t break into the black soon.