INDYCAR Radio Anchor Jaynes Honored by Hall of Fame

Longtime broadcaster Mark Jaynes excels at sharing the airwaves with colleagues, and he did that in spades Sunday. Thus, with a host of fellow broadcasters, high school coaches and friends in the room for his induction, Jaynes listed a virtual Who’s Who of his life. Jaynes said he achieved a lifelong goal in 1996 when he joined the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network. Jaynes later became the sixth person to become the “Voice of the 500” in 2016 in addition to being the chief announcer for the INDYCAR Radio Network, which broadcasts all NTT INDYCAR SERIES and INDY NXT by Firestone races. In 1987, Jaynes began working in Terre Haute, Indiana, the home of the Hulman-George family. Jaynes also broadcasts a number of Indiana high school events for the IHSAA Champions Network and ISC Sports Network.

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