A championship winning racecar driver, Anders Krohn’s path to a professional career in racing began with building several business-to-business networks in Norway and the US. On a daily basis, Anders oversees all clients and operations at CoForce in addition to his duties as color commentator for NBC Sports.
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I am beyond excited. The chance to cover IndyCar in Indianapolis is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Joined the IndyStar sports staff on February 2017.
I have followed IndyCar since moving to Indy a few years ago, and have helped cover the Indy 500 and Grand Prix.
I have had one of the greatest experiences a budding IndyCar writer could ask for. As an IndyStar sports producer for the past year, I’ve read, edited and promoted Curt Cavin’s stories. There is a reason Curt is considered a legend. Along with possessing an astounding knowledge of the sport, he is a wonderful and passionate storyteller — and I had a front-row seat to watch him work.
Collaborating with Curt was invaluable, and I plan on bringing the same passion to the job that he brought to the IndyStar for 30 years.
That said, I am not replacing Curt. There is no replacing a writer like Curt.
So who am I — other than a guy who asks himself questions?
A brief bio: I grew up in a small Chicago suburb called West Dundee, am the third of four children, and I love movies, my two cats and weird socks. I graduated from Mizzou in May 2013 and arrived at the IndyStar shortly thereafter. I served as a copy-editing intern for a few months, then bounced around Indiana (Columbus, Greenfield) for a couple of years. I worked with some fabulous journalists before catching on at IndyStar again, this time as a full-time copy editor. After about a year, I jumped over to sports as a digital producer, where I did some reporting, recorded Pacers podcasts with Nate Taylor and produced fantasy football videos with Matt Glenesk.