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Vince Kremer

Vice President Operations

Indy Racing League

HQ Phone:  (317) 492-6526

Direct Phone: (317) ***-****direct phone

Email: v***@***.com

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Indy Racing League

4565 W. 16Th Street

Indianapolis, Indiana,46222

United States

Company Description

INDYCAR is the governing body of the IZOD IndyCar Series, the premier open-wheel racing series in the United States, Firestone Indy Lights, which serves as an essential stepping stone for drivers and teams striving to reach the IZOD IndyCar Series and the Mazd...more

Background Information

Employment History

Manager

HVM RACING LLC


Team Manager

Izod INdyCar


Team Manager

Herdez Competition


Mechanic

Penske Racing Inc


Web References(63 Total References)


www.racinboys.com

Castroneves took his 2001 Team Penske helmet and gave it to an unsuspecting Vince Kremer, now vice president of operations at INDYCAR who was Bettenhausen Motorsports' crew chief when Castroneves was an Indy car rookie in 1998.
"This one's for you," Castroneves said to Kremer, who was visibly stunned and emotional. As their bond developed in 1998, Castroneves promised Kremer, "You're going to get one of my helmets. Each year since, Kremer enjoyed teasing the Brazilian with a reminder. Not anymore. "He just totally shocked me and blew me away," Kremer said.


www.automotivetv.net

Castroneves took his 2001 Team Penske helmet and gave it to an unsuspecting Vince Kremer, now vice president of operations at INDYCAR who was Bettenhausen Motorsports' crew chief when Castroneves was an Indy car rookie in 1998.
"This one's for you," Castroneves said to Kremer, who was visibly stunned and emotional. As their bond developed in 1998, Castroneves promised Kremer, "You're going to get one of my helmets. Each year since, Kremer enjoyed teasing the Brazilian with a reminder. Not anymore. "He just totally shocked me and blew me away," Kremer said.


www.nationalspeedsportnews.com

Vince Kremer, longtime team manager at HVM Racing, has joined IndyCar as Firestone Indy Lights technical director while Tony Cotman will return to race control for the series.
"Adding Vince to the Firestone Indy Lights team provides a solid base on the technical side to complement Tony Cotman in Race Control." With the addition of Vince and the return of Tony [Cotman], Firestone Indy Lights will certainly have the essential backbone it needs to grow as a series and continue to make its mark as the premier ladder series in open-wheel racing." Kremer has more than 25 years of experience in auto racing, spending the past 12 years with HVM Racing, where he most recently served as team manager. Kremer started his racing career with Team Penske. "I am very excited about joining IndyCar and Firestone Indy Lights," Kremer said.


www.ris-news.com

Vince Kremer, longtime team manager at HVM Racing, has joined INDYCAR as Firestone Indy Lights technical director while Tony Cotman will return to race control for the series.
"Adding Vince to the Firestone Indy Lights team provides a solid base on the technical side to complement Tony Cotman in Race Control." With the addition of Vince and the return of Tony [Cotman], Firestone Indy Lights will certainly have the essential backbone it needs to grow as a series and continue to make its mark as the premier ladder series in open-wheel racing." Kremer has more than 25 years of experience in auto racing, spending the past 12 years with HVM Racing, where he most recently served as team manager. Kremer started his racing career with Team Penske. "I am very excited about joining INDYCAR and Firestone Indy Lights," Kremer said.


www.racecar.com

The project will be under the supervision of INDYCAR Vice President of Technology Will Phillips and Firestone Indy Lights Technical Director Vince Kremer.
VINCE KREMER (Technical director, Firestone Indy Lights): "With our premium on safety, our goal is to develop a car that is technology relevant to the new IZOD IndyCar Series car.


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