Joining the IMS Radio Network when the Indy Racing League began Mark has been a pit reporter, turn reporter and now is anchor for the IndyCar broadcasts and the Voice of the Indy 500.
Anders “The Viking” Krohn
The career for “The Viking” has had a number of stops along the way. A championship driver in Europe he made his way to the Pro Mazda and Indy Lights. From driving he stepped into the broadcast booth with the IMS Radio Network for the IndyCar Series.
A result of his performance NBCSN took notice and made him a part of their broadcast team. With the loss of Formula 1 NBCSN had to make cuts and thus the newest member, Anders< lost his position. Having liked his work Mark Jaynes and the IMS Radio Network needed a driver analyst as Davey Hamilton was hired by Carlin Racing so they contacted Anders to take the assignment. He did so he has returned to the booth for the Network.
Andres also several years ago co-founded COFORCE which is a consulting and management company working with drivers and race teams. It is currently a fast growing company.
Jim is the sports reporter, currently covering motor sports at IndyStar. A former Chicago suburbanite and Mizzou grad. Jim’s career prior to arriving at the Star as the IndyCar Insider:
Motor Sports Insider
Company Name The Indianapolis Star
Dates EmployedFeb 2017 – Present
Employment Duration 1 yr 5 mos
LocationIndianapolis, Indiana Area
Company Name Greenfield Daily Reporter
Dates EmployedAug 2014 – Present
Employment Duration 3 yrs 11 mos
Steve is a writer for Trackside Online covering IndyCar. He also covers the Mazda Road to Indy presented by Cooper Tires. The lead series is Indy Lights. Though all drivers in the Series are capable of winning there aren’t that many teams.
What is the problem that car owners are not participating in the Series? We’ll see what Steve thinks is the problem.