Adrian Reynard - Chairman

Adrian has had a long history with motorsports and automotive endeavours, beginning with breaking several land speed records on a bike he built and designed. He then founded Reynard Racing Cars Ltd., which produced many championship winning race cars, ranging from IndyCars, Champ Cars, Formula 3, Formula 2000, and more. The company also played a large role in the formation of the BAR Formula 1 team and Adrian founded Advantage CFD, one of the first standalone CFD companies. Adrian has received the Queens Award for Export, Sir Henry Royce Gold Medal for Excellence in Engineering and many other awards and fellow positions.


Bruce McCaw

Bruce R. McCaw is currently co-chair of Talaris and Chairman Emeritus of Pistol Creek Company. Mr. McCaw was a co-founder and director of McCaw Cellular Communications, Inc. and Claircom Communications; cofounder, VP and Director of Horizon Air; chairman and founder of Forbes Westar, Inc; and former director of Alaska Air Group. He was the President of PacWest Racing Group; served as the director on the board of Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART); and co-founded Auto Research Center in Indianapolis and currently serves as a board member. In addition, Mr. McCaw serves in various capacities for several charitable foundations including the Apex Foundation and the Friendship Foundation. He currently serves as a board member of the Seattle Opera, the National Air and Space Museum and the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. Mr. McCaw has been a volunteer at the Museum of Flight since 1979, a Trustee since 1985, a member of the Executive Committee for over twenty years, and served as Chairman in 2003 and 2004. He is a member of Quiet Birdmen, the Wings Club, NAA and NBAA. A pilot for over 40 years, holding commercial and instrument ratings and type rated in a Learjet, Falcon 50/900, and F-27 aircraft. In 2004, Mr. McCaw along with his family, received Seattle’s First Citizens Award. Mr. McCaw was also awarded the Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship in 2009. 


Art St. Cyr

Art is President, Honda Performance Development, Inc. and Vice President, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Art joined Honda after graduating from the University of California with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. He then spent several years in Japan working on the Acura NS-X. He returned to the United States in 1991 and continued work on vehicle development of the Acura MDX and Honda Element.




Bruce Ashmore

Bruce graduated from Cambridge Technical University and started working for Lola Race Cars in England. During his seventeen years with Lola, he worked his way up from intern to Chief Designer. In 1993, Ashmore joined Reynard Race Cars Ltd. to begin work on their first IndyCar. Within two years, Reynard overtook Lola to become the leading IndyCar chassis manufacturer. Bruce was instrumental in helping Reynard Race Cars Ltd. found their North American Headquarters, before founding his own company, Ashmore Design.

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