Mike could rest on his record of success and live forever as legend of Indy car racing.
Hull is in his 28th year with Chip Ganassi Racing as managing director of the organization’s INDYCAR and sports car operations, and has played a key role in many of its greatest moments – four Indianapolis 500 victories, 11 season championships and 103 race wins, 50 coming as driver Scott Dixon’s race strategist. Hull helped the team win eight times in the Rolex 24 at Daytona, including this year to give the Ganassi organization its 200th motorsports victory. And in 2016, Hull managed the Ganassi Ford GT effort that finished first and third in class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
If anyone has earned the opportunity to sit back and reflect on those triumphs, it’s the 68-year-old Hull. He’s a Southern California native who clears his mind from the pressure of big-time racing with a few hours on the golf course and a challenging workout in the gym. But he’s far from ready to leave his day (and night and weekend) job.