Hotchkis placed second in the Barber Saab Pro Series in 1994 and moved up to Indy Lights the following year, finishing 7th in points. He captured his first win the following year from the pole at the Milwaukee Mile and finished a career best 5th in points. He drove for Team Green in 1997 but failed to win and again finished 7th in points. He competed part time in 1998 and won his final Indy Lights race, the season finale at California Speedway.
Hotchkis is now involved with his brother John's company, Hotchkis Sport Suspension, which designs and markets high performance suspension systems for classic muscle cars. Mark and John also own a classic Porsche 962 race car that they campaign in various vintage races.
- Hotchkis featured on Adam Carolla Show, Hotchkis Sport Suspension PR, September 8, 2009, Retrieved 2010-01-02
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