Jeff Belskus

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Jeff Belskus is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Hulman & Company.[1] Hulman & Company is also the owner of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation[1] of which Mr. Belskus also serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Belskus was appointed to his position at Hulman & Company October 1, 2011 after serving in his leadership role at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for over two years.

Prior to being named president and CEO at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Belskus served as EVP and chief financial officer for Hulman & Company, of Terre Haute, Indiana, and its subsidiaries, including the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the IndyCar Series since 1994.

Early Career[edit]

Belskus graduated with honors from Indiana State University in 1981. During this period at Indiana State University he pledged the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He earned a bachelor's degree in accounting and in 1985 earned his CPA credential for the state of Indiana. He joined the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1987.

Executive Leadership[edit]

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is host annually to the world renowned Indianapolis 500 Mile Race, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011. Additionally, Belskus manages the involvement by IMS as it hosts the Brickyard 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race, Red Bull USGP motorcycle race, both held annually at the facility. Collectively, these three events generate an economic impact for the state of Indiana's economy of approximately $725 million annually.

Belskus took over as interim CEO of Indycar on October 28, 2012 after the ouster of Randy Bernard. [1]