Anthony Hulman Tony Hulman George is an American auto racing executive with a net worth of $200 million. Tony Hulman George, also known as Anton Hulman George, was raised in a family of racing executives. At the conclusion of World War II, his grandfather Tony Hulman purchased the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
He began his racing career as a driver, finishing 12th in the 1989 Indy Lights Championship. Additionally, he placed within the top 10 in five additional major races. In 1989, he also became President and CEO of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation. As president, he began allowing NASCAR races at the Speedway and later added IROC and Formula 1 races. IROC and Formula 1 were unsuccessful, and the addition of NASCAR has generated ongoing controversy. After resigning in 2009, he chose to concentrate on his family’s business, Hulman & Company, and the Indy Racing League, which he founded.