George Ingole is a former race car driver for NASCAR, racing between 1992 and 2000.

George Ingole
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BornFebruary 27, 1954


Ingole was born on February 27, 1954.[1] He became a professional race driver in the early 1990s, driving in Chevrolet model vehicles.[2] Ingole became a NASCAR all-pro driver.[3][4][5] He also drove in 114 NASCAR Southeast Series from 1992 to 2000, and three races in the X-1R Pro Cup Series in 1998.[6] He is now the owner of Hot Rodgers and Race Radios Direct in Tampa Bay, Florida.[3][7]


  1. ^ "George Ingole - Racing career profile". Driver Database.
  2. ^ "George Ingole". Ultimat Racing History.
  3. ^ a b Barker, John. "Collins Left Rich Legacy Of Humor, Friendships". The Ledger.
  4. ^ "Sauter Wins First Major In NASCAR". The Tulsa World.
  5. ^ Press, AL PEARCE Daily. "COPE MAKES RIGHT MOVE AT RIGHT TIME". The Daily Press.
  6. ^ "Driver George Ingole Career Statistics". Racing-Reference.
  7. ^ "SES: Lakeland USA Speedway preview". Motor Sport.