Curt Cavin, IndyStar’s Verizon IndyCar Series reporter has left the newspaper after 30 years.
Cavin has been appointed Vice President of Communications with the Verizon IndyCar Series and will take up his new role on October 24. Speaking about Cavin’s appointment, CJ O’Donnell, Hulman Motorsports Chief Marketing officer commented by saying:
Curt is already a leading voice on the Verizon IndyCar Series and the best candidate to share the speed, excitement and drama of the sport, Curt will enhance our ability to share the compelling stories of our drivers and thrilling action on track. His skills and experience will complement the efforts of our strong existing communications team and will further the progress the series has seen in the past three seasons.
Cavin will work alongside Verizon IndyCar Series Head of Communications Mike Kitchel and Brian Simpson, who is the digital and social media manager for IndyCar. Cavin’s new position will see him responsible for expanding national media coverage of the Verizon IndyCar Series.
Cavin commented on his new role by saying:
“I can’t wait to bring my multimedia experience covering motorsports and other national sporting events to the talented team already in place at the Verizon IndyCar Series. “I am looking forward to building upon the momentum generated by the series this year.