James Hinchcliffe

James Hinchcliffe (born December 5, 1986) is one of Canadian’s best known race car drivers, for his participation in the IndyCar Series.

“Hinch”, or the self-proclaimed mayor of fictional internet city “Hinchtown”, as he prefers to be called, has won six races to date for Andretti Autosport and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and was the 2011 IndyCar Rookie of the year.

Off track, Hinch finished second on Season 23 of “Dancing with the Stars” along with partner Sharna Burgess. His microbrew beer, named for him: Hinchtown Hammer Down, is brewed by Flat12 Bierwerks in Indianapolis and the golden ale is now available seasonally across Indiana, Kentucky and Hinchcliffe’s native Ontario, Canada. He collects guitars and antique lighters and has worked as a broadcast analyst for Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network, Champ Car and A1 GP Network. He also hosts a podcast with friend and fellow driver Alexander Rossi, called “Off Track with Hinch and Rossi.”

For more information visit: https://jameshinchcliffe.com

    “I’m really excited to be a part of the Team Canada Scholarship program. It’s great what Brian and the team have done over the years, and I think moving forward we can make the program even better and really showcase the driving talent that we have coming up in Canada.”

    – James Hinchcliffe

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    Thank you Kevin Foster!Just an earnest thank you post dedicated towards everyone that has been a part of this years Team Canada Scholarship 🙏

    That means the whole of the TCS team, our supporters, sponsors, ambassadors, alumni, and everyone at Graham Brunton Racing, that has made this years scholarship an unforgettable experience!

    I am so excited to see the scholarship continue to grow and support up and coming racing drivers from Canada, and I am humbled to become a proud alum of the program.

    Thank you:
    TM Motorsports
    Hallman Construction
    St Lawrence Automobile Club
    British Automobile Racing Club
    Rod End Mechanical
    Road to Success Management
    Collin Morris Memorial Fund
    Tiger 21
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    Thank you Kevin Foster!

    Just a nice photo 🌆

    The visibility while driving not so much 😵‍💫

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    Awesome shot!

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