Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Frye Takes on Expanded INDYCAR Role

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Hulman & Company CEO Mark Miles has made changes to INDYCAR’s managerial team with Jay Frye taking over as President of INDYCAR.

Frye will transition to the role from the Competition and Operations departments, which he has led as president since November 2015. Miles will remain INDYCAR’s CEO.

As President of INDYCAR, Frye will add the Marketing and Communications departments to his portfolio coinciding with the departure of Chief Marketing Officer C.J. O’Donnell at the end of the year.

Frye’s work with Hulman & Company began in 2013 when he was hired as the company’s Chief Revenue Officer. His team secured Verizon’s title sponsorship the next year and solidified relationships with TAG Heuer and Panasonic.

With Frye’s move, Mark Sibla, the Chief of Staff for Competition and Operations, will fill the same role for all of INDYCAR’s departments.

The changes will be effective Jan. 1. The IndyCar Series’ first official on-track activity of the year is scheduled for Feb. 12–13 at the Circuit of The Americas.

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