Randy Simpson has been named general manager of Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis. Simpson will oversee the daily operations of the historic multipurpose facility located in Brownsburg, Ind.
Prior to joining Lucas Oil Raceway, Simpson worked at Chicagoland Speedway & Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, Ill. Most recently, he was the event development manager, where he oversaw event planning, promotions and budgeting as well as track preparation, marketing strategies and served as a spokesperson.
Simpson is also an accomplished drag racer and is the 1997 NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League national champion, winner of the 2005 Division 3 Race of Champions and a track champion at Route 66 Raceway in 1999 and 2005. He has raced in the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series in Stock eliminator and has competed numerous times at Lucas Oil Raceway.
Simpson, who relocated to the Brownsburg area from Streator, Ill., began his new role of general manager on Nov. 18.
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