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    About Jim Swintal

    Jim has been creating motorsports art
    since 1991. Previously, he had been a
    Chicago Architect for a dozen years after
    graduating in 1979 from the University of
    Notre Dame.

    At the track, Jim is a member of the Race
    Control staffs of both the IndyCar Series
    and the Tudor United SportsCar
    Championship. He began his involvement
    in 1980 as a volunteer corner marshal,
    became the Starter for the American
    Racing Series, and in 1993, succeed the
    late Nick Fornoro as the Starter for the
    Champ Car World Series. In 2003, he
    moved to Race Control, and served as
    the series' Clerk of the Course,
    supervising the activities of the volunteer
    Marshals that staff the signaling posts
    around the circuit.

    Jim's art  has been commissioned by a
    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.
"That was pretty cool. It was
a very nice tribute to the way
things used to be in racing. A
real throwback… and Swintal
did a good job too. Not only
did it look really good, but he
avoided getting killed."
- Paul Tracy, after winning the
2003 Tecate/Telmex GP in
Mexico City
STILL RACING!

Jim spent well over 150 days on the
road last year, working in Race
Control with both IndyCar and the
Tudor United Sports Car Champion-
ship. Naturally, time on the drawing
board has dwindled - Jim completed
only a few commissions in 2014 until
starting on the Award paintings for
all of the IMSA Development Series
Champions as well as the Mazda
Road to Indy Champs. We will post
them here as they roll off the board.

    
ENJOY THE 2015 RACING SEASON!!




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Updated 02/25/15
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