Michael Hull

Indianapolis IN

Hull began racing Formula Fords in Southern California in ’72 and was instructor, then manager at Jim Russell Driving School. Became chief mechanic in IndyCar racing in ’81, working for Arciero Racing and Patrick Racing, where he helped launch Ganassi Racing in ’92, becoming the new team’s first general manager. As GM and later Managing Director of Target Chip Ganassi Racing, Hull guided the organization to more than 135 races wins including four Indy 500s, 10 Indy Car championships, five Daytona 24-hours victories and seven Rolex Daytona Prototype championships. When Ganassi is asked how his teams have managed such phenomenal success, his response always includes these two words: Mike Hull, whose duties encompass the supervision of the entire operation for INDYCAR and Rolex Sports Car Racing including the engineering and mechanical staff at both Indianapolis facilities as well as the race operation. Hull resides in Indianapolis with his wife Melinda.

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