Jim began his motorsports art career in
1991 after a 12 year stint as Chicago
Architect. He graduated in 1979 from the
University of Notre Dame.
At the track, Jim is a member of the Race
Control staffs of both the NTT IndyCar
Series and the IMSA WeatherTech
SportsCar Championship. He began his
involvement in 1980 as a volunteer
corner marshal, became the Starter for
the American Racing Series (now Indy
Lights), and in 1993, succeeded the late
Nick Fornoro as the Starter for the Champ
Car World Series. In 2003, he moved to
Race Control, and now serves as the
Race Control Communicator to the
competitors for both INDYCAR and IMSA,
the first person to hold both positions
variety of motorsports events, racing
teams and individual enthusiasts.
His work has been used in Lithographs,
Team Press Kits, Event Programs and
Posters, Season-ending Awards
and Holiday Cards.
impacted motor racing world wide.
Now that events are returning, Jim
will be spending the next four
months (until Mid-November) on
the road officiating with the NTT
IndyCar Series, the IMSA
WeatherTech SportsCar Champion-
ship and the two Road To Indy
Championships. This will make it
impossible to fill any orders, so we
are suspending sales until mid-
Thanks to all of you for your support
and understanding. We hope you
will follow our series on TV and
online as the year progresses. And
please, send an email to
with any questions.
PLEASE KEEP HEALTHY & STAY SAFE!
|BACK ON THE ROAD: SUSPENDING
SALES UNTIL NOVEMBER
|Updated JUNE 2020
|Featured below are just a few of the Championship paintings and contender sketches that
Jim has done for The Road To Indy and the IMSA GT3 and Prototype Challenge series. Jim
has been creating these pieces, over a dozen per year, since 2011.
|Back on duty in Race Control in
Texas - June 2020