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Our First Scheduled Guest


Jay Frye

Jay Frye is the chief revenue officer for Hulman Motorsports joining the company in November 2013. He leads the combined team of INDYCAR and Indianapolis Motor Speedway sponsorship sales, licensing and account services.

Frye led the transformation of the Red Bull Racing Team in NASCAR Sprint Cup into a contender that earned a berth for the 2009 Chase for the Championship his tenure as vice president and general manager from 2008-11. He managed nearly 200 employees at the Red Bull Racing Team.

He also spent 12 years at MB2 Motorsports, LLC, a NASCAR Sprint Cup team he helped build from the ground up into a multi-team operation from 1996-2007. The team started with one car and 10 employees, expanding into an organization of more than 200 under Frye's guidance. Jay played an instrumental role in the majority-interest sale of MB2 to Bobby Ginn in 2006 and initiated the merger between Ginn Racing and Dale Earnhardt, Inc. that was completed in 2007.

As the chief executive officer and general manager at MB2, Frye negotiated what was an industry first - a sponsorship/ownership package with The Valvoline Company. Additional sponsors Frye helped bring to MB2 included Mars, U.S. Army and Waste Management.

Jay's extensive sales and marketing experience began with a variety of roles with Anheuser-Busch, including district sales manager.

Frye, 48, a native of Rock Island, Ill., graduated with a marketing/education degree from the University of Missouri, where he played tight end and offensive tackle for four years for the Tigers' football team. He and wife, Danielle, have two daughters.
Our Third Scheduled Guest


Andy Hillenburg

They say there is no greater zealot, than a recent convert. Though he came to the sport fairly recently in 2011, Corvette racer Tony Parella wasted no time in deeply immersing himself in the deep end of the sport. After selling his highly successful telecommunications company, Parella turned around and purchased both the SVRA and HSR-West sanctioning bodies, with an eye toward creating the USA’s first truly national sanctioning body. VR Editor Casey Annis recently sat down with Parella to learn more of his background, his plans for the future and why he thinks he will succeed in an arena where so many have failed.

Tony's first exposure to vintage racing was through CVAR, which is a non-profit group that’s based out of Texas. I bought a 1958 Corvette, I was a big Corvette enthusiast. I bought a former 1958 racecar that had always been a racecar, and once I bought the car I realized what options there were to take the thing out and enjoy it, and stumbled into CVAR. So I went to Bondurant and got my preliminary license and then went through the licensing process with CVAR and then, along that journey, I also had a chance—I’m originally from upstate New York—to get exposed to SVRA by racing at a Watkins Glen event. By that time, I was hooked and the rest is history.
 
Our Second Scheduled Guest


Tony Parella

They say there is no greater zealot, than a recent convert. Though he came to the sport fairly recently in 2011, Corvette racer Tony Parella wasted no time in deeply immersing himself in the deep end of the sport. After selling his highly successful telecommunications company, Parella turned around and purchased both the SVRA and HSR-West sanctioning bodies, with an eye toward creating the USA’s first truly national sanctioning body. VR Editor Casey Annis recently sat down with Parella to learn more of his background, his plans for the future and why he thinks he will succeed in an arena where so many have failed.

Tony's first exposure to vintage racing was through CVAR, which is a non-profit group that’s based out of Texas. I bought a 1958 Corvette, I was a big Corvette enthusiast. I bought a former 1958 racecar that had always been a racecar, and once I bought the car I realized what options there were to take the thing out and enjoy it, and stumbled into CVAR. So I went to Bondurant and got my preliminary license and then went through the licensing process with CVAR and then, along that journey, I also had a chance—I’m originally from upstate New York—to get exposed to SVRA by racing at a Watkins Glen event. By that time, I was hooked and the rest is history.
Our Fourth Scheduled Guest


TBA

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