The Autosportradio.com 2018 Show presented by Honda and HPD, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Verizon IndyCar Series and the SVRA will stream live on Tuesday October 2nd live from McGilvery’s Speedway.. 3009 No High School Road.. beginning at 7PM ET.
Dr. Jack Miller
Team Owner and Driver Coach
Dr. Jack Miller is a three-time starter in the Indianapolis 500 (1997, 1998 and 1999) and the March-series champion of Indy Lights (1993). A practicing dentist, he brought several major dental health companies together to build a racing program around his racing efforts that also included a dental health care educational program. It stressed the importance of dental health care to more than a million young people. Dr. Miller is also an accomplished commercial-rated pilot and flew Vice President Mike Pence to many functions while he was governor of Indiana. Dr. Miller got his love of racing from his grandfather, who owned sprint cars. Dr. Miller put together his own racing program from scratch through perseverance and hard work, and he enjoys helping his team’s young drivers try to do the same. The prime young driver is Jack William Miller Jack and Liz’s son.
The 2019 season will see the MV Racing Team in the RTI USF 2000 series. The plan is to move up the ladder
Working with Jack as co-owner…
Adam Vinatieri is a placekicker for the National Football League’s Indianapolis Colts. He has played in five Super Bowls winning four of them, an NFL record. A future Hall of Famer, he has been called “Mr. Clutch” by the media due to his success when kicking under pressure. Other nicknames include “Automatic Adam” for his accuracy and “Iceman” for his poise under pressure. He has converted several of the most crucial field goals in NFL history. He often shares motivational tips that work well for him to help our drivers’ mental preparation.
Since joining the Indystar Jim has been the IndyCar Insider. His relationship with the teams and Series officials have allowed Jim to write very interesting and insightful articles. His coverage has been accurate and to the point.
What will we see in 2019 with the new schedule and venues plus a new TV contract. Looking forward to 2019 will be made clearer by Jim.
Dr. Mark L. Eutsler
Dr Mark is the co-founder with Brian Hasler of the Indiana Racing Memorial Association (IRMA), which exists to Celebrate Indiana’s Racing Heritage. Through its Historic Marker Legacy Program, more than 30 markers honoring people, places, and products associated with racing have been placed throughout the state since the organization’s inception in 2013. In 2017, IRMA recently received capacity building grants and has begun the American Racing Memorial Association (ARMA), which will implement a similar historic marker program nationally while fielding interest from abroad to begin an international version to honor Formula 1 greats.
An avid race fan, Eutsler has attended every race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway since 1965. The 101st running of the Indy 500Ò presented by: PennGrade Motor Oil was his 100th consecutive race to attend at the Brickyard and the subject of an article on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway website.
He and his wife, Therese, have been volunteers with the 500 Festival since 1988. They have been members of the IPL 500 Festival Parade Band Committee since 1992. Mark has been a co-chair of the parade since 1997. The have also been volunteers with the Indy 500Ò Parade of Bands produced by the Purdue University Department of Bands and Orchestras since 1999. They are both members of the Indianapolis 500 Oldtimers and have been Indy 500Ò and Brickyard 400 Lap Prize Sponsors since 1996. Additionally, Mark has served on the INDYCAR Ministry’s Indy 500Ò Breakfast Executive Committee and serves on the Citizens’ Speedway Committee, which has, since 1920, raised incentive awards for the Indy 500Ò through Lap Prize Sponsorships. He is also a member of the Boyle Racing Headquarters Foundation board of directors.
Mark is an adjunct professor of business at Indiana Wesleyan University and a facilitator, consultant, and coach with United Methodist Communications in Nashville, Tennessee, and the United Methodist Church Indiana Conference.
In 1993, President Bill Clinton appointed him to the US Selective Service System local board and in 2011, President Barack Obama appointed him to the US Selective Service System District Appeals Board. Governor Robert Orr appointed him to the Hoosier Celebration ’88 Commission, Governor Joe Kernan appointed him to the Indiana Occupational Safety Standards Board of which he was twice elected chair and Governor Mike Pence appointed to the Serve Indiana Commission of which he currently serves as Vice Chair.
He has received the Distinguished Hoosier Award from Governors Evan Bayh and Mitch Daniels and the Sagamore of the Wabash from Governors Kernan, Pence, and Holcomb
See you Tuesday evening at McGilvery’s Speedway…