Brian Till, The Mid-School instructor and SPEED/ESPN commentator has been named as a regular member of the Road Racing Drivers club. Till was voted in with 29 other drivers in the class of 2012. His racing career saw him make appearances in Atlantics, CART and Trans-Am and other series and includes a 12th place finish in the 1995 Indianapolis 500. After moving out of the full time driver’s seat, Till has instructed at The Mid-Ohio School since its inception in 1993.
"Tom Kristensen, a Le Mans legend. Along with Tom add McNish, Pirro, Biela, Werner ... some of Audi's best ever sportscar drivers. Jackie Ickx and Dick Guldstrand. Juan Montoya. ‘Newcomers’ like James Hinchcliffe, Ryan Dalziel, Andrew Davis, Leh Keen and Josef Newgarden. And really, every other name on that list. Just look at the ‘Honorary Members’. Jack Roush, Paul Pfanner, Bob Riley, Robert Clarke, Leigh Diffey and Preston Miller,” said Till. “Just to be in a room with these people, all great competitors and contributors to our sport, is special but to be included on a membership list with them is truly an honor. It is an acknowledgement, a nod and a handshake that says "well done" by members of one of the most highly respected motorsports associations in the world. I am humbled by the invitation to be a member of such an organization."
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